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Rev.  JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,   President. 

FUANCIS  D.  PARISH Sandusky. 

SAMUEL  D.  PORTER, Rochester,  N.  Y. 

Bev.  MICHAEL  E.  STRIEBY, Newark,  N.J. 

URIAH  THOMPSON, Oberlin. 

Rev.  HENRY  COWLES, Oberlin. 

Rev.  JAMES  A.  THOME, -Chattanooga,  Tenn. 

JABEZ  W.  MERRILL, Oberlin. 

JOHN  W.  RUSSELL,  M.  D., Mt.  Vernon. 

Rev.  WILLIAM  H.  BROWN, Newark,  N.J. 

Rev.  SAMUEL  WOLCOTT, Cleveland. 

A.  B.  NETTLETON, Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Rev.  E.  B.  FAIRFIELD, ...Mansfield. 


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Rev.  CALEB  E.  FISHER, Lawrence,  Mass. 

JAMES  B.  T.  MARSH, CniCAao,  III. 

Rev.  WOLCOTT  B.  WILLIAMS, Charlotte,  Mich. 


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Phes.  J.  H.  FAIRCHILD,  GEORGE  KINNEY, 

Rev.  HENRY  COWLES,  URIAH  THOMPSON, 

JABEZ  W.  MERRILL,  Prof.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS, 

HIUAM  HULBURD. 


GEORGE  KINNEY,  Secretary  and  Treasurer. 
Rev.  CHAUNCEY  N.  POND,  Agent. 


FJ^CTJLTir. 


Rev.  JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,   President, 

PROFESSOR  OF  THEOIiOGY,   AND  AVERY  PROFESSOR  OF  MORAL  PHILOSOPHY. 

Rev.  CHARLES  G.  FINNEY, 

PROFESSOR  OF  PASTORAL  THEOLOGY. 

Rev.  JOHN  MORGAN, 

PllOFESSOR  OF  NEW  TEST.4.MENT  LITERATURE  AND  BIBLICAL  THEOLOGY. 

JAMES  DASCOMB,  M.  D., 

PROFESSOR  OF  CHEMISTRY,   BOTANY,  AND    PHYSIOLOGY,   AND  LIBRARIAN. 

Rev.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS, 

PROFESSOR  OF  MENTAL  PHILOSOPHY  AND  RHETORIC. 

Rev.  CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL, 

PROFESSOR  OF  MATHEMATICS  AND   NATURAL  PHILOSOPHY. 

Rev.  JUDSON  SMITH, 

PROFESSOR  OF  CHURCH   HISTORY,  AND  LECTURER  ON  GENERAL  HISTORY. 

GILES  W.  SHURTLEFF,  A.  M., 

PROFESSOR  OF  THE  LATIN  LANGUAGE  AND  LITERATURE. 

Rev.  ROSELLE  T.  CROSS, 

PRINCIPAL  OF  THE  PREPARATORY  DEPARTMENT. 

Rev.  HIRAM  MEAD, 

PROFESSOR  OF  SACRED  RHETORIC. 

Rev.  WILLIAM  H.  RYDER, 

PROFESSOR  OF  THE  GREEK  LANGUAGE  AND  LITERATURE. 

Rev.  JOHN  B.  PERRY, 

PROFESSOR   OF  GEOLOGY  AND  NATURAL   HISTORY,   AND    LECTURER  ON   RELIGION 

AND  SCIENCE. 

FENELON    B.    RICE, 

PROFESSOR  OF  MUSIC. 

Rev.  ELIJAH  P.  BARROWS, 

PROFESSOR  OF  HEBREW  AND  OLD  TESTAMENT  LITERATURE. 

Rev.    HENRY   COWLES, 

LECTURER  ON  PROPHECY. 

Rev.  a.  HASTINGS  ROSS, 

SPECIAL  LECTURER  ON  CHURCH   POLITY. 

ALMON  W.  BURR,  A.  M., 

TUTOR  IN  LATIN. 


Oberlin    College. 


JAMES  K.  SEVERANCE,  A.  M., 

INSTUl'CTOK   IN   ELOCUTION. 

CHARLES   N.  JONES,   A.  B., 

TEACHER  OF  MATHEMATICS. 

MOKRITZ  ERNST  EVERSZ,  A.  B., 

TEACHER  OF  GERMAN. 

THEODORE  E.  BURTON,  A.  B., 

TEACHER  OF  GREEK. 

SAMUEL  E.  EASTMAN,  A.  B., 

TEACHER  OF  LATIN. 

THOMAS  A.  HALL,  A.  B., 

TEACHER  OF  ARITHMETIC. 

LYMAN  B.  HALL,  A.  B., 

TEACHER  OF  GRAMMAR. 

PROF.  EDWARD  E.  KELSEY, 

TEACHER  OF  THE  PIANO. 

Mrs.  a.  a.  F.  JOHNSTON, 

PRINCIPAL  OF  THE  LADIES'  DEPARTMENT. 

Miss  HELEN  E.  MARTIN, 

ASSISTANT  PRINCIPAL. 

Mrs.  HELEN  M.  BICE, 

TEACHER  OF  VOCAL   MnSIC. 

Miss  L.  CELESTIA  WATTLES, 

TEACHER  OF  THE  PIANO. 

Miss  ANNA  M.  WYETT, 

TEACHER  OF  DRAWING  AND    PAINTING. 


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Mrs.  a.  a.  F.  JOHNSTON,  Mhs.  MARY  L.  P.  KINNEY, 

Mrs.  MARIANNE  P.  DASCOMB,  Mrs.  MINERVA  E.  ELLIS, 

Mrs.  ELIZABETH  M.  L.  MORCJAN,  Mrs.  ELIZABETH  S.  MEAD. 

Mrs.  REBECCA  FINNEY,  Mrs.  AUGUSTA  B.  SMITH. 

Mrs.  SARAH  D.  PENFIKLD.  Mrs.  MAilY  B.  SHURTLEFF. 


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FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 
CHARLES  G.  FINNEY.  JOHN  MORGAN.  HIRAM  MEAD. 

JUDSON  SMITH.  ELIJAH  P.  BARROWS. 


HENRY  COWLES.  JOHN  B.  PERRY.  A.  HASTINGS  ROSS. 

JAMES  R.  SEVERANCE. 


STTJDEITTS. 


RESIDENT    GRADUATES. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Otis  D.  Crawford Dubuque,  la 

Chicago  Seminary. 

Horace  S.  Shapleigh Oberlin Mrs.  Cramer'i 

Union  Seminary. 


SENIOR    CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENXES.  ROOMS. 

JosiAH  Blackman  Blakely Neenah,  Wis. Mrs.  Smith's. 

Ripon  College,  1870. 

Bertwell,  Nelson  Chamberlin Garrettsville Mr.  Henry's. 

Levi  Judson  Donaldson Heller's  Corners,  Ind Miss  Rawson's. 

Jacob  Frank  Ellis  _ Wheaton,  111 79  T.  H. 

Wheaton  College,  1869. 


Oberlin    College. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Thomas  Havodydd  Griffith West  Winfleld,  N.  Y 32  T.  H. 


AValter  Osgood  Hart 

Wheaton  College,  1870. 

Simon  Byron  Hershey 

Oberlin  College,  1870. 

Henry  Marsh 

Olivet  College,  1870. 

Wallace  Taylor 

Oberlin  College,  1867. 

George  F.  Waters 

Oberlin  College,  1870. 

Seniors 10 


Oberlin Mr.  Hart's. 

Wadsworth S^  T.  H. 

Olivet,  Mich Mr.  Maltby's. 

Oberlin Mr.  Taylor's. 

Lenox 53  T.  H. 


MIDDLE    CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Dwight  Payson  Breed Milton,  Mich Mr.  Spencer's. 

John  Whitman  Cowan Wheaton,  111 79  T.  H. 

Oberlin  College,  1871. 

MORRiTZ  Ernst  Eversz Oberlin Mr.  Eversz's. 

Ripon  College,  1871. 

Andrew  James  Hadley Oberlin Mr.  Hadley's. 

Charles  Nelson  Jones Oberlin Mr.  Jones'. 

Oberlin  College,  1871. 

Edward  Byron  Payne Oberlin 


George  Stanley  Pope Oberlin 

Baldwin  University,  1868. 

Arthur  Tappan  Reed Austinburg 

Oberlin  College,  1870. 


...Mr.  Rogers'. 
Mr.  Pope's. 

Mr.  Moulton's. 


A.  R.  Harutun  Hohanesian Aintab,  Turkey 81  T.  H. 

Lewis  Thomas  Mason Oberlin Mr.  Mason's. 


Middles 10 


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College. 

JUNIOR    CLASS. 

NAMES. 

RESIDENCES. 

ROOMS. 

Samuel  Jackson  Beach 

-Pittsfleld 

Dr.  Beach's. 

College  of  the  City  of  New  York,  1872. 

James  G.  Bowehsox 

-Waterloo,  Ind 

Mr.  Sheldon's. 

Otterbein  University,  1871. 

Theodore  Elijah  Burton 

.Oberlin 

..Prof.  Shurtleff's. 

Oberlin  College,  1872. 

John  Morgan  Cumings.- 

-Tabor,  la 

Mr.  Wilder's. 

Oberlin  College,  1872. 

Samuel  Elijah  Eastman 

-Royalton,  Wis.  .    . 

Oberlin  College,  1S72. 

Joseph  Franklin  Gibbs 

-Agawam,  Mass..- 

...Rev.  Mr.  Burr's. 

INIass.  Normal  School. 

Albert  Leverett  Gridley 

.Caton.  N.Y 

24  T.  H. 

Oberlin  College,  1872. 

Simeon  Sanderson  Haines 

.Marshfleld,  Ind 

Mr.  Brown's. 

Oberlin  College,  1872. 

Lyman  Bronson  Hall 

.Oberlin 

Mr.  Hall's. 

Oberlin  College,  1872. 

Thomas  Alonzo  Hall 

.Oberlin 

Mr.  Hall's. 

Oberlin  College,  1872. 

Jonathan  Edwards  Higgins 

.Spencertown,  N.  T 

52  T.  H. 

Brainerd  Taylor  McClelland 

.Russia 

50  T.  H. 

Oberlin  College,  i86g. 

Edward  Anson  Paddock 

.Baraboo,  Wis 

59  T.  H. 

Oberlin  College,  1S72. 

Edwin  Patterson  Sellew 

.Oberlin 

Mr.  Sellew's. 

Stephen  D.  Smith 

.Manchester,  Mo 

Hillsdale  College,  1872. 

Woodford  Demabee  Smock 

.Fairfield,  la 

F.  H. 

Oberlin  College,  1872. 

George  J.  Webster.. 

.Brandon,  Wis 

Mr.  Battle's. 

Henry  Berdin  Wolcott 

.Kingston,  Jamaica 

Prof.  Allen's. 

Oberlin  College,  1870. 
Orville  C.  Clark — 

Mr.  Clark's. 

.Oberlin 

Josiah  Cribbs 

.Oberlin 

Mr.  Cribb's. 

Abraham  Augustine  Chessman 

.Rochester,  Mich 

Mr.  Spencer's. 

Juniors 

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FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 

JAMES  DASCOMB.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS.  CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL. 

JUDSON  SMITH,        GILES  W.  SHURTLEFF.        WILLIAM   H.  RYDER. 

JOHN   B.  PERRY. 


JAMES  R.  SEVERANCE.  MOKRITZ  E.  EVERSZ. 


STUDENTS. 


SEN  lOR    CLASS. 

NAMRS.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

William  Scott  Ament Owasao,  Mich Prof.  Morgan's. 

Cyrus  Grandison  Baldwin Dayton Mrs.  Hall'.s. 

Horace  Allen  Booth Mansfield Mr.  King's. 

Samuel  Joshua  Bryant Vermillion Mr.  Sellew's. 

Samuel  Silonas  Cryer Maysville,  Ky Mr.  St.  John's. 

Wallace  Clark  Fagley Bethel Mrs.  Breckenridge's. 

Douglass  Cahr  Griffing Rodney,  Miss Mrs.  Hill's. 

Alexander  Hadden Euclid Mrs.  Hall's. 

Thomas  Bronson  Jewell Oberlin Mr.  Jewell's. 

Ai.itERT  Hamilton  Kennedy Brunswick Mrs.  Marsh's. 

Rokeut  Bavlkss  Leonard Oberlin..... Dea.  Wright's. 

Henry  Ferris  Markham Oberlin Rev.  Mr.  Markham's. 

John  Melville  McPherron Tabor,  Iowa Mr.  Wilder's. 

John  Milton  Merrill Collamer Mr.  McCray's. 

William  Patrick  O'Harra Naperville,  111 Mr.  Kinney's. 

Hale  Giddings  Parker Ripley Mr.  Wilson's. 

Willis  Cyrus  Richmond Geneva Mr.  Maltby's. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROO^(S. 

Willie  Clayton  Rogers Oberlin Mr.  Rogers'. 

Wilbur  Vernon  Rood._ Oberlin Mr.  Johnson's. 

Edward  Avery  Shedd Chicago,  111 Mr.  Life's. 

Millard  Todd Wakeman Mr.  Wynn's. 

Augustus  Goodnow  Upton Eaton  Rapids,  Mich Mr.St.  John's. 

William  Rockwell  Wickes Oberlin Mrs.  Wickes'. 

Herbert  Hornell  Wright Oberlin Dea.  Wright's. 

Julia  Adelaide  Sherman Nati  onal,  lo wa Rev.  Mr.  Keep's. 

Seniors  - 25 


JUNIOR    CLASS. 

NAMES.  KESinENCES.  ROOMS. 

Dudley  Peter  Allen Oberlin Dr.  Allen's. 

Matthew  Anderson.. Greencastle,  Pa Mr.  Castle's. 

Robert  Bruce  Bagby Oxford ....Mrs.  Schull's. 

John  Adams  Ewalt. Howland.... Mr.  Bibbins'. 

Frederick  John  Fischer Elmhurst,  111 Mr.  Arnold's. 

Frank  Bellows  Henderson Black  Hawk,  Col Mr.  Squire's. 

Rupert  Preston  Hodge ...Janesville,  Wis Mr.  Royce's. 

Charles  Holway Russia Mr.  Holway's. 

George  Franklin  Housley Canal  Fulton 25  T.  H. 

Frank  Pierce  Johnson.. Oberlin -Dr.  Johnson's. 

Benjamin  Franklin  Koons Sulphur  Springs — 60  T.  H. 

Frank  Thodocius  Lee Kenosha,  Wis -Mr.  Ingersoll's. 

George  Abraham  Leech Washington,  D.  C. Mr.  Reamer's. 

Thomas  Wentworth  Lincoln Antwerp Mrs.  Breckville's. 

Morris  Loensh al Frankf ort-on-the-Main Mr.  Powell's. 

Reuben  Henry  Markham Albany,  Oregon Rev.Mr.  Markhaui's. 

Alonzo  James  Marshall Elrawood,  111 - Mrs.  Stevens'. 

Benjamin  Marshall Sandusky. Mrs.  Beatie's. 

Raymond  Green  McClelland Russia   W^.B.. 

Frank  McConaughy Penfield Mr.  Bibbins'. 

Aden  Marsh  McConoughey Bainbridge Mrs.  McConoughey's. 

Nicholas  Messer Parnassus,  Pa. 85  T.  H. 


Oberlin    College, 


N^^lES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Pkhiiy  Omvku  riiii.i.ips Laporte,  Ind Mrs. Wilcox's. 

Moses  McIi.vaix  S.wkk West  Liberty Mr.  Jones'. 

Ai-BEHT  Tkmple  Swing Bethel Mrs.  Breckenridge's. 

FiiAXK  Hudson  Taylor Oberlin Mrs.  Taylor's. 

Jamks  Harvey  Teller Morrison,  111 Mrs.  Wheelocii's. 

William  Edoar  Wolcott Cleveland..    Mrs.  Beatie's. 

Charles  Bennett  Wood Brownsville,  Pa Mrs.  Eaton's. 

Thomas  Stanley  Wood Brownsville,  Pa 80  T.  H. 

Fannie  Forrester  Rice Hortonville,  Vt Ladies'  Hall. 

Ellen  Amelia  Sherman National,  Iowa.. Rev.  Mr.  Keep's. 

Isabel  Willcox Clyde Mrs.  Bonstel's. 


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SOPHOMORE    CLASS. 

NAMKS.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Charles  Richard  Andrews Oberlin —  Mr.  Andrews'. 

Dwight  Blachley  Bradley Bangkok,  Siam ...Mr.  Royce's. 

Harry  Leroy  Brickett East  Lake  George,  N.Y Mr.  Wright's. 

Arthur  Tapp.a^n  Burnell Central  City,  Col Mrs.  Bonstel's. 

Charles  Sidney  Burwell Mercer,  Pa Mrs.  Beatie's. 

Conger  R.  Campbell Keeler,  Mich Mr.  Gaston's. 

William  Benton  Chamberlain East  Springfield,  Pa Mr.  Chapman's. 

Edwin  Kellogg  Fairchild Keokuk,  Iowa Pres.  Fairchild's. 

IzAAK  Walton  Fitch Rochester,  Pa Mr.  Richards'. 

D.4.VID  Hadley  Flett... Kenosha,  Wis Mr.  Whitney's. 

Dennis  Goodsell Nelson Mrs.  Smith's. 

Robert  James  Gbah.4.m Lexington ...Mr.  Gaston's. 

Melville  Ben.i.4MIN  Greene McDonough,  N.Y 

Hastings  Hornell  Hart Cleveland Dr.  Noble's. 

AZEL  Hatch Traverse  City,  Mich Mr.  Kingsbury's. 

Will  Josiah  Hudson Middleport Mr.  Richards'. 

John  Johnston,  Jr Middlcbury Mrs.  Beatie's. 

Frank  Gardiner  Lee Baraboo,  Wis Miss  Thompson's. 

Byron  Burrett  Loughe.\d Windham Mr.  Bibbins'. 

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NAMES. 

RESIDENCES. 

ROOMS. 

Thomas  McClelland 

-Mendon,  111 

Mr.  Reamer's. 

Frederick  William  Meadows... 

.Elyria 

Mr.  Gaston's. 

Jerome  Dolson  Mills 

.Canton,  111 

Mrs.  Beatie's. 

Lanman  James  Nettleton 

.Oberlin 

--.Mr.  Nettleton's. 

GUKNEY  MAHAN   ORVIS 

.Atlanta,  111 

Dr.  Hay  ward's. 

HOBART  Kingsbury  Painter 

.Oberlin 

Mr.  Painter's. 

John  Fisher  Peck 

.Oberlin 

Dea.  Peck's. 

Charles  Adelbert  Phelps 

.Lawrence,  Mich._ 

Mr.  Gaston's. 

Harlan  Page  Roberts 

.Andover.. 

Mr.  Royce's. 

Francis  Albert  Rose _ 

.Carlisle 

Mr.  Bacon's. 

Charles  Jackson  Ryder 

.Oberlin 

Prof.  Ryder's. 

William  Sanders  Scarborough 

.Macon,  Ga 

Mrs.  Peck's. 

Charles  De  Loss  Seely 

.Kilbourn  City,  Wis 

Mr.  Wright's. 

Willis  Parsons  Spring 

-Rosamond,  111 

Mr.  King's. 

Henry  Stone 

.Oberlin 

Mr.  Murray's. 

George  Riley  Thompson 

-Senecaville 

--Mr.  Thompson's. 

William  Huntington  Tibbals 

-North  Royalton -. 

Mrs.  Hill's. 

Frederick  Kirtland  Tracy 

-Mansfield 

Mrs.  Bonstel's. 

Columbus  Vennum 

-Morrison,  111 

..Mrs.  Wheelock's. 

John  Allen  Winters 

-Clyde 

....Mr.  Whitney's. 

Calvin  Stanley  Wood 

-Manchester,  Iowa 

. Mr.  Reamer's. 

Mary  Emma  Byrd 

-Leavenworth,  Kan 

Ladies'  Hall. 

Emma  Jane  Sellew 

-Dunkirk,  N.Y... 

Mr.  Sellew's. 

Althea  Rosina  Sherman.. 

-National,  Iowa _-- 

...Rev.  Mr.  Keep's. 

Sophomores  -- 

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FRESHMAN    CLASS. 

NAMES. 

RESIDENCES. 

ROOMS. 

Joseph  Higgins  Adams 

--Perrysburg 

Mrs.  Wright's. 

Arthur  Chase  Andrews.. 

.Oberlin 

Mr.  Andrews'. 

Frederic  Burt  Avery 

-Cleveland 

-Dea.  Peck's. 

Henry  Liberty  Bates.. 

.-Canton,  111 

Mrs.  Smith's. 

Millard  Fillmore  Big  ford 

..Scottsville,  N.  Y 

Mrs.  Martin's. 

Lyman  Willard  Bubr 

-Oberlin 

...Rev.  Mr.  Burr's. 

Henry  Northrup  Castle  

--North  Topeka,  Kan 

Mr.  Castle's. 

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NAMKS.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Ci.AUKNCK  .ItiiiN  C'liASE Whittlcsey Mr.  Chapman's. 

1»  viui's  Daniel  Clayton Little  Sandusky Mr.  Gaston's. 

MoiiEY  S.MITH  CoLLiEK ThuFston,  N.  Y Mr.  Wright's. 

Elmaii  Cook Otto,  N.  Y Union  Block. 

Henhv  Francis  Derr Montville Mrs.  Breckville's. 

BiniT   Ek.\stus  Dk  Yo Oberlin Dea.  Manley's. 

John  Ben.jamin  Dudley Bath,  N.  Y... Mr.  Writ,'ht's. 

EiNioN  Cranogvab  Evans Potsdam,  N.  Y.. 'M  T.  H. 

Frederic  Alden  Field Oberlin Mr.  Field's. 

James  Ishmael  Greaves East  Cleveland Dea.  Peck's. 

John   Hanshue Western  Star 75T.  H. 

Jonx  Columbus  Harris Antwerp Mr.  Purple's. 

Wu.i.iAM  Andrew  Hobus Elsie,  Mich Mr.  Chapman's. 

Svlvanus  Converse  Huntington,  Jr.. .Pulaski,  N.  Y Prof.  Morgan's. 

William  Montgomery  Jackson. .Oberlin Mr.  Jackson's. 

WiLLi.\M  Joseph  Johnson Boston,  Mass... Prof.  Dasconib's. 

Orion  John  Jouffe London,  Ontario... Mr.  Wilson's. 

George  Onslow  Kinsman Thetford,  Vt Mrs.  Cramer's. 

Edwaki)  Joseph  Malle Bedford Mrs. Hubbard's. 

Charles  Beebe  Martin. Oberlin Mrs.  Martin's. 

James  Edward  Mokton Brownsville Principal's  OflBce. 

Julius  Sinclear  Ogan Columbus  Grove Mr.  Jackson's. 

William  W.  Prinole Fremont Mrs.Wheat's. 

George  Thompson  Reeves Newark,  N.  Y Dr.  Hayward's. 

Clayton  Brown  Rockhill Oakland Mr.  Ells'. 

RoviLLUs  ROLLIN  ROGERS Alden,  lowa Dea.  Peck's. 

George  Leverett  Thompson Payson,  111 Mr.  Field's. 

James  Perry  Wertz Bryan Mr.  Sage's. 

Robert  White Henrietta Mr.  King's. 

Ellen  Clorissa  Akkrs Oberlin Mr.  Akers'. 

Clara  Evangeline  Babcock Oberlin Dea.  Andrews'. 

Ella  Jane  Strong Oskaloosa,  Iowa Rev.  Mr.  Westervelt's. 

Agnes  Fitzhenry  Williams Providence,  R.  I Ladies'  Hall. 

Lucy  Ellen  Wright Oberlin Rev.  Mr.  Wright's. 

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PAOULTY. 


JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  Pkesident. 

JAMES  DASCOMB.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS.  CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL. 

GILES  W.  SHURTLEFF.  ROSELLE  T.  CROSS. 

JOHN   B.  PERRY. 


ALMON  W.  BURR.  JAMES  R.  SEVERANCE.  MORRITZ  E.  EVERSZ. 

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STUDENTS. 
JUNIOR    CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Fred  E.  Fay Bryan. 

John  Fee  Gregg Hillsdale,  Ky. 

Edward  A.  Leeper Atlanta,  111. 

Fred  Norton  Smith Elyria. 

W1LX.IAM  J.  Smith Elyria. 

Howard  J.  Wood Madison. 

Juniors 6 


SOPHOMORE    CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Malcolm  G.  Alexander Clyde. 

Eugene  F.  Atwood Woodbury,  Conn. 

William  F.  Bevitt Springfleld. 

S.  G.  Burked Lawrence,  Mich. 

Lyman  S.  Burr Wolcottville,  Coim. 

George  S.  Canfield South  Ridge. 

Harry  A.  Cook Oberlin. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

William  R.  Davis Fremont,  Neb. 

Dewitt  C.  Ecjoleston Aurora. 

Sami-ei,  p.  Maclean Vermont,  111. 

J.  MoNKOE  Maiik.s Marengo,  111. 

Oliver  G.  Olin Belleville. 

Edwin  C.  Silsby Selma,  Ala. 

Horace  Smith Patmos. 

Harry  M.  Wiiedon Hinckley. 

Howard  F.  Wolcott Leroy. 

Sophomores 16 


FR  ESHMAN    CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Bela  B.  Adams Oberlin. 

Jacob  L.  Bailey Vermont,  111. 

John  D.  Browning Belpre. 

William  K.  Browning Belpre. 

Edwin  W.  Coit N.  Fairfield. 

Fred  E.  Cole Copopa. 

LORIN  H.  CowLES Baraboo,  Wis. 

Clarence  A.  Crist Western  Star. 

H.  R.  Crouch Galway,  N.  Y. 

Everett  E.  Day Sheffield. 

Dvek  Foud Galva,  111. 

Henry  E.  Newhall Lynn,  Mass. 

Fred  T.  Nunn Ru9.sia. 

Frank  E.  Pearse Cincinnati. 

Arthur  J.  Phinney Russell. 

William  W.  Pringle South  Charleston. 

John  N.  Richards Liberty,  Mo. 

Thomas  H.  Rowland ClarksUold. 

Alvan  Smith Salem. 

George  F.  Tennant Camden. 

Henry  W.  Thompson Payson,  111. 

Arthur  T.  West Tabor,  la. 

Newton  Wyeth Newway. 

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INSTRTJOTOES. 


ROSELLE  T.  CROSS,  Principal. 

ALMON  W.  BURR.  CHARLES  N.  JONES.  THEODORE  E.  BIJETON. 

SAMUEL  E.  EASTMAN.  THOMAS  A.  HALL. 

LYMAN  B.  HALL. 

Assisted  by  StvdenUi  in  the  Seminar n  and  higher  classes  of  the  College  and 

Ladies'  Department. 


(Cla^sleal  Cotirs©« 


SENIOR    CLASS. 

NAMES.  RR5IDENCES. 

WrLLiAM  P.  Blacksian ..Klrksville,  Mo. 

Carlos  M.  Broavn Sacramento,  Cal. 

C.  Mahvtn  Cady Oberlin. 

William  C.  Calland Summerfleld. 

Frederick  A.  Churchill Oberlin. 

Gilbert  J.  Clark Wollington. 

William  Doggett Niagara  Falls. 

Alexander  S.  Eaton Otsego,  Mich. 

Charles  G.  Elliott Tonica,  111. 

.WixFiELD  Flagler Armada,  Mich. 

Albert  J.  Gilchrist Oberlin. 

Herbert  Delos  Goodenough Barton,  AVis. 

EVANDER  J.   GOODSELL NelsOD. 

Franklin  C.  Gofdy Ashland. 

Archie  Hadden Euclid. 

Charles  E.  Hudson Middleport. 

Herbert  L.  Hulburd ...Lawrenceville,  N.  Y. 

Benjashn  a.  Imes .Van  Wert,  Pa. 

William  N.  Johnson Oberlin. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

ARTHUR  1).  Langston Washington,  D.  C. 

.lAMKS  A.  Lkwis Crestline. 

.lAMKs  H.  LO(;cK Northfleld. 

Km  U.  Loomls Pawleit,  V't. 

ORA.MEL  W.  Lvc.\S Canon  City,  Col. 

Lucius  C.  Makkham Oberlin. 

Albert  MlKim Hellevue. 

<'iii«i.-;t(>i'Hkk  C.  MoKi.n.ney Columbia.  8.  C. 

.loii.N  .MauslaM) Chester,  Conn. 

HoBi.NSON  Martin Younfisville. 

Georoe  E.  Martinuale Oberlin. 

Charles  E.  Monroe Oberlin. 

ARTHUit  W.  Nichols North  Eaton. 

WiNTHROP  D.  Painter Oberlin. 

Norman  P.  Peck Oberlin. 

Thomas  D.  Phillips Floyd,  N.T. 

William  H.  Porter Lansing,  Mich. 

Erwin  H.  Richards Mecca. 

J.  Wells  Uichey Senecaville. 

CiEOROK  H.  Rowland Clarksfleld. 

Adelbert  Selders Lodi. 

George  A.  Sessions Cleveland. 

Sanford  E.  Shutt Middleport. 

James  W.  Sibley Litchfleld. 

Henry  R.  S.mitu Sarahsville. 

Merton  M.  Squire Oberlin. 

Wyandot  J.  Stevens Bruceville,  111. 

George  VL  Sutton Oberlin. 

Albert  M.  Wheeler Shelby. 

Melville  C.  Whitney Wellington. 

S^VMUEL  C.  Windsor Beaufort,  N.  C. 

Waxter  R.  Watkins Wytheville,  Va. 

ExANA  Cochr^VNE Baraboo,  Wis. 

Adra  Holmes Mt.  Vernon. 

Carrie  Wicks Oberlin. 

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MIDDLE    CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCKS. 

Samuel  N.  Barker Westminster,  Conn. 

George  M.  Bonner Troy,  N.  Y. 

Burton  L.  Bostwick Edinburg. 

William  A.  Bowen Oberlin. 

Arthur  G.  Brown Oberlin. 

Clark  A.  Burton Huntsburg. 

Isaac  M.  Cardozo Columbia,  S.  C. 

DwionT  H.  Clapp Kirtland. 

Beriah  F.  Cochrane Baraboo,  wis. 

Walter  Dean Kelley's  Island. 

Byron  Button Auburn. 

Lewis  P.  Ernst Assumption,  III. 

Charles  R.  Forest Sauk  City,  Wis. 

Lucius  B.  Fuller Nelson. 

Marcus  B.  Fuller Nelson. 

Henry  Gardner Richville,  N.  Y. 

Samuel  A.  Grant Cincinnati. 

William  H.  Gray Oberlin. 

John  H.  Grose Greenwood,  la. 

Garrard  Hamilton Greensburg,  Ind. 

Davtd  A.  Haylor Henrietta. 

Edwin  A.  Hazeltine Busti,  N.  Y. 

llOBERT  C.  Henderson Zanesville. 

Frank  T.  Hendry Sandusky  City. 

William  F.  Hersh Albion,  Ind. 

J(5HN  W.  Kirk Canal  Fulton. 

Oliver  H.  Koons Sulphur  Springs. 

Eugene  R.  Langston Washington,  D.  C. 

Edwin  B.  Loveland Oberlin. 

William  B.  McIntyre Dekalb. 

Charles  C.  McKinney Cleveland. 

William  M.  Monroe Oberlin. 

LiNDLEY  W.  Morris New  Lisbon. 

Charles  E.  Morse Newburg. 

John  S.  Nelson New  Baltimore,  N.  Y. 

Josiah  J.  NuNN Norwalk. 

Edward  W.  Peck Oberlin. 

Albert  C.  Penfield Oberlin. 


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NAMKS.  HESIDEN-CES. 

MOHOAN  G.  I'oi.i.KY Bedford. 

(JusTAViys  (.'.  KowE South  Charleston. 

M()SE.s  n.  Sen AKFKER Miamisburg. 

John  Schnkiukh West  Bend,  Wis. 

Samuki,  R.  SiNGKit Zanesville. 

G.  WiM.iAM  H.  Smith Polk. 

Hehukkt  H.  Smythk Columbus. 

Cakl  a.  Snydek Oberlin. 

Mii.K(iui)  11.  Squike Oberlin. 

James  B.  Stockino Elyria. 

We.si,ey  M.  Skiver LKsle,  III. 

EiTOKNK  A.  TiTTTLK North  Amherst. 

Georok  B.  V'.vx  Waters Rensselaer  Falls,  N.  Y. 

Frank  T.  Waters Lenox. 

Soi/OMON  Watkins Oberlin. 

John  W.  Welsh Elyria. 

John  H.  White Collins  Center,  N.  Y. 

Geordie  Z.  Whitney - Wellington. 

William  H.  Wilks Perry  Village. 

William  D.  Williams    Poutypool,  Wales. 

William  G.  Youno Sarahsville. 

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JUNIOR    CLASS. 

NAMBS.  RF^SIDKNCRS. 

Elgin  P.  Abbott Lee,  N.  Y. 

Charles  T.  Adams Copley. 

Benjamin  Aldridge Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

WiLiiEUT  L.  Anderson East  Berkshire,  Vt. 

Be.n.iamin  I).  Baoby O.\ford. 

Edwin  U.  Baoby ^ Oxford. 

Calvin  P.  Baldwin Baldwin's  Mills,  Wis. 

G.  W1LLIA.M  Be.vttie Oberlin. 

D.  Charles  Bems Oberlin. 

Charles  S.  Brown Cincinnati. 

ArousTUs  H.  Burr Washington,  D.  C. 

OniN  B.  Cady Oberlin. 

Edward  R.  Chap.man Utica. 

James  vv.  Cookson Fremont. 

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NAMES.  RESIDE.NXES. 

William  T.  Corlett Cleveland. 

JoHx  W.  Damox Penfleld. 

EvERARD  W.  Dascomb Wilton,  N.  H. 

A.  J.  Dyer Galena. 

Frank  O.  Egglestox Aurora. 

William  T.  Fee Franklin,  Penn. 

William  A.  Fitch Oberlin. 

Isaac  L.  Freeman Big  Plain. 

William  G.  Freeze Brunswick. 

Theron  R.  Hall Ontario,  Ind. 

Willis  W.  Harrison La  Grange. 

James  H.  Helwig Gnadenhutten. 

John  V.  F.  Holter Bedford. 

Oliver  E.  Hotchkiss South  Kirtland. 

MiLO  S.  Howlett Howlettsville,  N.  T. 

Esau  Imes Joyfleld,  Mich. 

Ch.\rles  H.  Johnson Nashville,  Tenn. 

Everett  G.  Jones Aurora. 

Joseph  A.  Julian Model  City,  Mich. 

George  W.  Kinney Oberlin. 

Francis  M.  Koons Sulphur  Springs. 

Anson  C.  Lamb ...Oberlin. 

Abner  H.  Lane Twinsburg. 

Frank  H.  Lawther Fulton,  Mo. 

Herbert  E.  Lee Manlius. 

Nestor  Light Chicago,  111. 

John  T.  Martin Indianapolis,  Ind. 

Charles  H.  McCallister Henderson,  Ky. 

Frank  G.  Mead Maringo. 

NEBR.A.SKA  Munhollen Sulllvan. 

David  D.  Osborn North  Dover. 

William  J.  P.^ddock Baraboo,  Wis. 

William  H.  Peck Oberlin. 

Milton  Phillips Royalton,  Wis. 

Willis  H.  Post Springfield,  III. 

CH.4JRLES  A.  Powers Perrysburg. 

William  F.  Preston South  Wright,  Mich. 

Oliver  Ramsdell Marblehead. 

Howard  Randall Sheffield. 

J.  Henry  Ricker New  Bavaria. 

Charles  B.  Bobbins Fremont. 


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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

CiiAUi.K.s  A.  Skei.ey BristoMnd. 

Ll'cil-s  a.  Skvkucool Chatham. 

Alheut  C.  Sn.vTTUCK Newton  Falls. 

William  E.  Siiotwell Orainel,  N.  Y. 

Robert  S.  Snvdeii Oberlin. 

He.vhy  H.  Spiiague Wellington. 

Hexhy  L.  Stei.ner Kenton. 

Henry  Stephan Cleveland. 

Lewis  E.  Stetleu Bellevue. 

AxuRKW  Sullivan Dacon  Hill,  N.  Y. 

Wai.teu  S.  .Sl-llivan West  Liberty. 

UucKSTON  S.  Sweet Perrysburg. 

Sumner  C.  Thompson Oberlin. 

Willis  A.  Thompson South  Haven,  Mich. 

Joseph  E.  Vaile Kokomo,  Ind. 

CuAULES  C.  Van  Waters Rensselaer  Falls,  N.Y. 

Bout  WELL  Veasie West  Littleton,  Mass. 

Charles  A.  Vincent Pentwater,  Mich. 

LiNNEUS  O.  Vincent Pentwater,  Mich. 

George  B.  Walker Richville,  N.  Y. 

CoRwiN  G.  Warden Copopa. 

Fred  Wehstku Ilawsonviile. 

Aaron  L.  Wnp;ELER Shelby. 

Frank  A.  Wilcox Richfield. 

Oliver  C.  Wilks Buffalo. 

Juniors 80 


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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Charles  G.Adams ....Perrysburg. 

FR.4NCIS  A.  AiKiNS .Mayfleld. 

Joseph  H.  Ames - Three  Oaks,  Mich. 

Henry  M.  Andress Oberlin. 

Alfred  Army Chicago,  111. 

John  C.  Babcock Clyde. 

Charles  D.  Bacon Wakeman. 

George  C.  Bacon Brownhelm. 

William  O.  Bair Rollersville. 

George  G.  Baker Fairfield. 

Jason  A.  Barber Tontogany. 

AuGCSTtTS  G.  Bell New  York  City. 

George  C.  Bemis ...Windham. 

Charles  F.  Besserer Middleport. 

Edwin  W.  Bisseli Cleveland. 

Harrison  M.  Black West  Liberty. 

Isaac  Blackwell Oberlin. 

Oliver  Blinkhorn St.  Helens,  Eng. 

Adelbert  E.  Bolton Oberlin. 

Elmer  D.  Bostwick '. Edinburg. 

Edward  Brooks Quaker  Bottom. 

William  C.  Bunce Oberlin. 

Alexander  A.  Bltrrell Washington,  D.  C. 

William  C.  Callender Dayton. 

Clare  A.  Camp Painesville. 

William  M.  C.\mpbell Canton. 

Charles  M.  Carey Salem. 

Newton  H.  Carpenter Oberlin. 

Howard  H.  Carter Talmadge. 

William  T.  C.a.se West  Bloomfleld,  N.  Y. 

Elwin  Castle West  Kichfleld. 

Henry  L.  Castle North  Eaton. 

C.  J.  Chamberlain Geneva. 

Lee  Chamberlain - Leetonia. 

S.4MirEL  G.  Chamberlain Leetonia. 

George  E.  Ch.ipel Algonquin,  111. 

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NAMKS.  KSSIDENCES. 

Caius  a.  I'HAi'MAN Huntintrton. 

John  L.  Chai-man Iluntintrtoii. 

LiKK  Chapman Huntington. 

Bayaki)  T.  Chukchwaru Berea. 

EuiJAH  P.  Clemons Dayton. 

Cakkoli.  W.  Coates Oberlin. 

Hekukijt  E.  Coi.e Litchfield. 

llKKiiEUT  W.  Cole Peninsula. 

James  H.  Cole Fulton,  Mo. 

Walter  Coleman Oberlin. 

William  Co LLisTER Cleveland. 

James  M.  Colwell W.  Baton  Kouge,  La. 

Anukkw  G.  Comings Oberlin. 

Homer  F.  Comings East  Berkshire,  Vt. 

James  Condit Tontogany. 

Edwin  J.  Cook - Four  Corners. 

Geokge  M.  Cook Oberlin. 

David  F.  Cookston Mansfield. 

Ben.iamin  W.  Dart Oberlin. 

Frank  W.  Davis North  Amherst. 

Henry  C.  Dawson Richmond,  Va. 

Lucn's  Dean Kelley's  Island. 

James  Decker North  Robinson. 

George  M.  Derr Sharon  Center. 

Demas  B.  Dewey LeRoy,  N.  Y. 

William  H.  DeWolf Syracuse. 

Elm  ah  Dodd Waterville. 

David  H.  Drake Crawfordsville,  la. 

HouERT  R.  Duncan Montgomery,  Ala. 

Clarence  H.  Dutton Auburn. 

Charles  A.  Favel Oberlin. 

H.  M.  Fay Prairie  Depot. 

William  T.  Felton ^ Oberlin. 

Charles  Fenton Newton  Falls. 

David  Fisher Oberlin. 

Frank  Follett Oberlin. 

Morris  N.  Frink Sullivan. 

Milton  J.Fritz Litchfield. 

William  A.  Frost Litchfield,  Mich. 

Andrew  R.  Funk Fredonia. 

Zachariah  Garn Fremont. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

William  Gaskixs  . .  Mt.  Pleasant. 

Horace  Gifford Greenwich  Station. 

Lafayette  Gifford Wellington. 

Samuel  Gillard -  -Venice. 

John  Gillilan Algonquin,  111. 

Fr-Axk  R.  Gkaxnls - Oberlin. 

George  T.  Greeley Nashua,  la. 

Lot^is  W.  Griss - New  Paris,  lud. 

Eber  O.  Gurley Oberlin. 

George  L.  Guv Oberlin. 

Ch.vrles  S.  Hackett Sheffield. 

J.  PREhTON  Hall Fredonia. 

Robert  P.  Halliday Salem  Center. 

Robert  J.  Hamikjxd Richfield. 

Seth  R.  Hanchett - -Twinsburg. 

Hugh  B.  Hancock Austin,  Texas. 

Amaxdus  B.  H anshue Western  Star. 

Byron  Harrison  LaGranyre. 

Simeon  O.  Hart Warren. 

Davtu  S.  Heckert Prairie  Depot. 

Victor  H.  Hendry Angola,  Ind. 

Arthur  Herbert. Macedonia. 

George  H.  Hill... Vinton. 

William  L.  Hill Prophetstown,  111. 

WiLLi.\.M  H.  Hines Oberlin. 

WiLUAM  H.  Hodge Oberlin. 

Jaxies  W.  Holton .Oberlin. 

Oliver  R.  Hoover Reading,  Pa. 

Wilson  K.  Hoover.. -.- Camden. 

Ch.\rles  H.  Hopkins West  Bloomfleld,  N.  Y. 

D-'V.viD  A.  HossLER Greenwich. 

John  C.  Howe Knowlesville,  N.  Y. 

Charles  A.  Hughes - ...Edinburg. 

Everett  W.  Hull Oberlin. 

William  E.  Hurd Morrison,  111. 

D.  William  Hurlburt Guilford. 

Prentiss  W.  Jackson Oberlin. 

John  H.  Kahao Independence,  la. 

Charles  W.  Keefer East  Greenwich,  N.  Y. 

Ira  A.  Kent Genoa. 

MiRON  Kirkland Ligonier,  Ind. 


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RESIDENCBS. 
KAMKS. 

HKNUV  W.  KMOHT Casstown. 

HKiiHEiiT  U.  Lakfekty Toledo. 

U„nKKT.I.  LAN(iKOUi) West  Elkton. 

D^viu  C.  LKONAHD Oberlin. 

CHAR^^..  A.  LiNSLKV Millville,  N.  Y. 

Wii.MAM  H.  LooAN Chilioothe. 

r.EouGK  B.  Lyon Maquoketa,  la. 

Jri.iAN  W.  Lyon Copley. 

Miu.AKu  V.  Lyon Cleveland. 

Theodohe  M.  Lyon Cleveland. 

Lewis  J.  Mackey Sandusky. 

Paul  L.  Malle Bedford. 

Wii.i.iam  K.  Manahan Norwalk. 

William  D.  McCi.eery West  Alexander,  Pa. 

Ransom  R.  McFadden Oil  City. 

William  A.  McLeod Oberlin. 

Charles  A.  Metcalf Oberlin. 

ITari.ky  A.  Miller North  Royalton. 

MAitioN  N.  Miller North  Royalton. 

Fkepehick  p.  Minton Tontogany. 

Thomas  C.  Morison Oberlin. 

Charles  Newell Cincinnati. 

A i,nEUT  Newton Grafton. 

Simeon  C.  Nichols Columbia. 

Joseph  J.  Ndby Thorntown,  Tnd. 

William  C.  Ocobock Sandusky. 

Arthur  R.  Paddock Baraboo,  Wis. 

Wii^LiAM  C.  Pardee Windham. 

Dwioht  a.  Par.melee Liverpool. 

Zavalah  Parsons La  Grange. 

John  L.  Patter.son Savannah. 

Charles  E.  Pike Bowling  Green. 

Hf.nry  K.  Polk Milton,  Ky. 

Oka  M.  Porter Newburg. 

Ehwin  J.  Powell Oberlin. 

J.  T.  Hamsdkli Marblehead. 

Frank  E.  Rathbun Oberlin. 

Dan  Richards Oberlin. 

J.  W.  Richards East  Cleveland. 

E.  Child  Rider Weybridge,  Vt. 

William  H.  Robison Stockton,  Cal. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Fbankxin  J.  ROLUK RidgevlUe. 

AvEKY  S.  Root Millvllle,  N.  T. 

Joseph  A.  Rouse Higrhgate  Springs,  Vt. 

Willis  A.  Rowley Clarksfleld. 

John  D.  Russler Newway. 

Frank  E.  Sawyer Bedford. 

Henry  Schoonover - Defiance. 

Irving  A.  Searles Bedford. 

Grenville  M.  Sears Townsend. 

George  L.  Seeley Amherst. 

ZiMRi  A.  Shaw North  Ridgeville. 

N.  Curtis  Sheldon Medina. 

George  M.  Sherman Henrietta. 

Frank  P.  Skinner Middleport. 

Michael  P.  Smith Elyria. 

Randall  R.  Smith E.  Baton  Rouge,  La. 

Thomas  P.  S.mith Cairo,  111. 

John  R.  Smithea Richmond,  Va. 

Franklin  P.  Snapp Rives. 

Arthur  D.  Sprague Lawrence. 

Edgar  A.  Squire Sulphur  Springs. 

Frank  P.  Stebbins Toledo. 

Clark  Stevens Collamer. 

Frank  Taylor West  Independence. 

Okr  W.  Thomas Greenwich. 

Edward  E.  Thompson South  Haven,  Mich. 

Edward  V.  Thompson Oberlin. 

Hyman  W.  Thompson Beaufort,  N.  C. 

James  Thompson Vernon. 

P.  G.  Thompson Kensington,  Mich. 

WiLLiA.M  J.  Thompson Cleveland. 

Henry  F.  Tonsing Bedford. 

John  F.  Tritch Denver,  Col. 

James  M.  Trump New  Haven. 

Ernest  V.  Underhill La  Grange. 

William  J.  Walborn _ Fremont. 

John  B.  Wallace Youngstown. 

Andrew  J.  Walters Fremont. 

Jajies  a.  Waring Oberlin. 

Paul  V.  Washburn Grand  Rapids,  Mich. 

JuDSON  M.  Wauqh Kipton  Station. 

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NAMES.  KKSIDENCES. 

Chahlrs  L.  Wekoon Columbus  station. 

n K< >m !  K  ('.  W KSTEii VELT Oberlin. 

H  EH iiKHT  E.  Westeh VKLT Oberl i n. 

Ai-EXANDEK  V.  White Oberlin. 

William  Whitehohn Panama.  S.  A. 

LioNEi>  A.  Whitney Cherryville,  Kan.t^as. 

JcsTiN  W  IDEM  AN Seville. 

Chaki.es  a.  Wii.c'OX Brecksville. 

R.  JAME.S  Wilkinson Columbu.s. 

Thomas  W.  Williams Hubbard. 

Geokge  F.  Willis ...Corinth,  Miss. 

Delos  Wilmot Oberlin. 

Stanly    E.  Wilmot Claridon. 

Frederick  J.  Wiser Richville,  N.  Y. 

B.  H.  Woodbury Bowling  Green. 

James  P.  Woodbury .Bowling  Green. 

Fenton  Wyckoff Greenwich  Station. 

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PAOTTLTT. 


JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 

Mhs.  a.  a.  F.  JOHNSTON,  Principal. 

Miss  HELEN  E.  MARTIN,  Assistant. 

JAMES  DASCOMB.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS.  CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL. 

JUDSON  SMITH.         GILES  W.  SHURTLEFP.        JOHN   B.  PERRY. 

ALMON  W.  BURR. 


LADIES'  BOAUD  OF  MAITAGEES. 


Mrs.  a.  a.  F.  JOHNSTON. 
Mrs.  MARIANNE  P.  DASCOMB. 
Mrs.  ELIZABETH  M.  L.  MORGAN. 
Mrs.  REBECCA  FINNEY. 
Mrs.  SARAH  D.  PENFIELD. 


Mrs.  MARY  L.  P.  KINNEY. 
Mrs.  MINERVA  E.  ELLIS. 
Mrs.  ELIZABETH  S.  MEAD. 
Mrs.  AUGUSTA  B.  SMITH. 
Mrs.  MARY  B.  SHURTLEFF. 


STTJDENTS. 


FOURTH    YEAR. 

NAMES.  RESIDEN'CES. 

Florence  Backus Keokuk,  la. 

Ella  V.  Billings West  Randolph,  N.  Y. 

Frankie  E.  Bosworth Oberlin. 

Sauie  M.  Bosworth Oberlin. 

Mary  Burnham Monroe  City. 

Angie  X.  Chapman Farmington,  111. 

Minnie  L.  Cheeseman Oberlin. 

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NAMES.  RKSIDKNCES. 

KiTTiE  S.  Cmshke Oberlin. 

Alice  C.  Co.vki.inci Oberlin. 

Sakah  E.  Edwards Canfleld. 

Alice  C.  Faiuchild Oberlin. 

S.4.RA  S.  FKiiors(j.\ West  Springfield,  Pa. 

Mary  C.  Fhkeman Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Laura  Gre«o HillKdale,Ky. 

Mary  E.  Henry Oberlin. 

Ella  C.  Holbhook Madison. 

Emma  A.  Holbrook Madison. 

MvrrEi.iXN  H.  HnNTiNOTON Pulaski,  N.  Y. 

Mary  E.  Kei.i,ey Burr  Oak,  Mich. 

Margaret  Kikkuride Amherst. 

Alice  E.  Loughridok Grinnell,  la. 

Lottie  C.  Mokison Oberlin. 

Mattie  L.  Morison Oberlin. 

Minnie  J.  Nettleton Oberlin. 

M.  Mi.NEiiVA  Ueed  Austinburg. 

Mary  Snyder : Oberlin. 

Ella  A.  Warren Greenville,  111. 

Sarah  C.  Williams Whittlesey. 

Lut.Y  J.  Vkenu Claridon. 

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THIRD    YEAR. 

"A^'ES.  Kt;;)lDENCES. 

Jennie  M.  Alvord Bolton,  Conn. 

Kate  G.  Clapp Kirtland. 

Lucy  M.  Cramer Oberlin. 

Celia  U.  Doolittle Ontario,  Ind. 

Lucy  E.  Dunlavy Hennepin,  111. 

Amelia  L.  Ferris Oneida,  111. 

Maggie  B.  Fi.aik Canfleld. 

Lizzie  G.  Graham Lexington. 

Ei.i.en  J.  Ham Dover. 

An(;ie  K.  Hatch Lisle.  111. 

Ellen  A.Hayes Hanover. 

Minnie  C.  Hewitt Cleveland. 

Mary  E.  Kennedy Brunswick. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Celia  Kenney Oberlin. 

Kate  K.  Koons Sulphur  Springs. 

Sarah  Leonarik _ : Findley. 

Mattie  J.  Maltby _ Bristolville. 

Etta  McClelland Russia. 

Emma  A.  McCokmick _ _ Hartland. 

Mary  Schofiei,d Fredonia,  N.  Y. 

Victoria  A.  Sumter Charleston,  S.  C. 

Jennie  M.  Sutton _Lapeer,  Mich. 

Belle  Washburne .Vermillion. 

Mary  B.  Wells.. Huntington. 

Ella  White Clyde. 

Lizzie  Whitney Oberlin. 

Mary  H.  Wickes Oberlin. 

Fannie  L.  Wilcox _ ...Twinsburg. 

Amy  E.  Willcutt. Oberlin. 

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SECOND    YEAR. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Carrie  N.  Allen - Oberlin. 

Lottie  E.  Andrews Little  Rock,  Ark. 

Mittie  Andrews Hudson,  N.  Y. 

Allie  H.  Bricker - Shelby. 

Ellen  J.  Brickett East  Lake  George,  N.  Y. 

Emma  I.  Crumrine _ Nova. 

Annis  B.  Ford - Peoria,  HI. 

Mary  E.  Gill . Four  Corners. 

Inez  Gridley _ Clarksfield. 

Maggie  A.  Hine.. ..Berlin  Heights. 

Lucy  R.  Hughes Medina. 

Ann.\  H.  Jones Oberlin. 

Clar.v  E.  Leonard ..Willoughby. 

Henrietta  Loring ...Berlin  Heights. 

M.  Olive  McKinney .Sterling,  HI. 

Nellie  Nichols _ Oberlin. 

Nettie  Nichols Oberlin. 

Mary  A.  Penfield Oberlin. 

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KAMKS.  RESIDENCES. 

ANNA  C.  PowEKS Franklin. 

Mahv  I'HOSSKK New  London. 

May  S.  Race North  Ridgeville. 

Anna  lU(HARn.>* - Oberlin. 

Mahv   E.  Stkwaht Gilroy,  Cal. 

Emma  D.  Tenxant Camden. 

Lizzie  C.  Walker Champion. 

Alice  Whioht Marblehead. 

Mywa  K.  Whkmit - Oberlin. 

Jennie  Zirmehi-v .Yellow  Bud. 


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FIRST    YEAR. 

KAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

KuBiB  L.  Abbey - Arkwright,  N.  Y. 

May  Adams W.  Salem,  Wis. 

Ada  Annis - - Amherst. 

Sakah  I.  Bell Seville. 

Cornelia  J.  Bigelow Ontario,  Ind. 

Mollie  E.  Bird Wabash,  Ind. 

Etta  J.  Buckingham... Newark. 

Ida  Cassell Fredericktown. 

Lulu  Cassell Fredericktown. 

Hattie  M.  Clapp Huntsburg. 

Louise  H.  Clark Huntington. 

Clara  Clisbee Oberlin. 

Jennie  Colton Orange,  Conn. 

Ella  M.  Davies W.  Unity. 

Belle  M.  De  Vent Plymouth. 

Camilla  Donnell Kingston,  Ind. 

Mary  L.  Drake Oskaloosa,  la. 

Hattie  A.  Dunham Bennington,  Vt. 

Clara  M.  E.\ton Oberlin. 

Eva  M.  Eolin Huntington. 

KiTTiE  Ewing Randolph,  N.  Y. 

Annie  L.  Groves Sharon,  Penn. 

Enrie  J.  Hamilton Clarksburg,  Ind. 

Ella  Harrison Granville,  111. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Flora  J.  Hoyt Oberlin. 

LiLUE  E.  Jackson Oberlin. 

JosiE  A.  Jenney Greenwich. 

Julia  H.  Lewis Pleasanton,  Mich. 

Ella  McConoughet Oberlin. 

Hannah  McDaniels - Rollersville. 

Ella  L.  Morehouse Litchfield. 

Rachel  Murray W.  Lebanon,  Ind. 

Julia  Osborn Bainbridge. 

Ella  M.  Payne Oberlin. 

Ella  A.  Pierce Warren. 

.Tennie  F.  Ridlon Lawrence,  Mich. 

Emma  J.  Smith Pittsfleld. 

Flora  H.  Snow Avon. 

Jennie  Sours Findley. 

Jennie  L.  Strong - Huntsburg. 

Sarah  E.  Strong Seville. 

Mary  M.  Tibballs - N.  Royalton. 

Carrie  Thompson Kensington,  Mich. 

Viva  F.  Thompson Denver,  Col. 

Emma  Westervelt Delaware. 

Nellie  C.  Wheeler Cleveland. 

JosiE  L.  Woodworth .'. Williamsfleld. 

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NAMES.  KKSIDENCES. 

Emma  Bauber North  Amherst. 

Sahah  a.  Huadley Bangkok,  Siaiii. 

Makia  Cakveu Pawlet,  Vt. 

NEIJ.IE  Comings - St.  Joseph,  Mich. 

Evelyn  Ccmmings Painesville. 

Elvene  L.  Curtis Cohimbu.s,  Pa. 

M.VRY  A.  CuRTiss. Medina. 

May  Custek New  Philadelphia. 

E.mma  a.  Donaldson Fort  Wayne,  Ind. 

MiLLA  Edwards Oberlin. 

E.MMA  J.  Ells - Oberlin. 

Florence  Ford Galva,  III. 

Jennie  S.  Ford Galva,  111. 

Lucy  S.  Gaston Russia. 

Nellie  Jones Bellevue. 

Magoie  D.  Judd Waterbury,  Conn. 

Lucett.\  M.  Kino Lenox. 

Hattie  a.  Lee Kenosha,  Wis. 

Sarah  Lindsley Perrjsburg. 

Ernestine  A.  Mergler Wheeling,  111. 

Mary  C.  Monroe Oberlin. 

Helen  M.  Morison Oberlin. 

Alice  Stewart Beaver  Dam,  Wi.-^. 

May  Thompson.. Michigan  City,  Ind. 

Etta  Walker Mansfield. 

Lottie  J.  Viets Oberlin. 

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NAMES.  KKSIUKNCES. 

Mattie  M.  Ad  am  s  - .Clarksfleld . 

Victoria  L.  Armoch Memphis,  Tenn. 

Emma  J.  Aiken Beaver  Dam,  Wis. 

Metta  V.  Aldrich - Dover. 

Alice  Ai/Exander - - Oberlin. 

Amanda  Ames - Mantua  Station. 

Frances  M.  Ames -  Mantua  Station. 

Liz/iE  Anderton - - Bedford. 

Sadie  Anderton — Bedford. 

Flora  Andrews .-- N.  Camden. 

M.  Eva  Andrews - - Oberlin. 

MOLLiE  E.  Baird - Columbiana. 

Keoka  M.  Barnard -.-  — ..(^rland. 

Emma  M.  Barnes -. Hardwicl<,  Mass. 

Sarah  L.  Barnes -- Hardwick,  Mass. 

JosiE  B.  Bateham -_ Painesville. 

Addie  M.  Bean ..Hudson,  Mich. 

Brietta  Bebout ( )berli n . 

Lizzie  Bedford De  Witt,  Iowa. 

Mary  C.  Bell Henrietta. 

Lin  S.  Benham Avon. 

Mary  E.  Blanchard Birmingham. 

Sophia  J.  Bleil Liverpool. 

Helen  M.  Boise Oberlin. 

Lizzie  Bolger Huntington. 

Maria  Braithwaite Pittsfleld. 

Rosa  Brainard Randolph. 

Marcia  a.  Bray Rollersville. 

LiLLiE  A.  Brewster .Sandusky. 

Fannie  E.  Briggs Honeoye,  N.  Y. 

Amanda  Brogan Mallet  Creek. 

Alice  R.  Brown Oberlin. 

Clara  M.  Brown ..Chagrin  Falls. 

Orilla  Bryant _ Henrietta. 

Lillie  Buck Carpenterville,  111. 

Nettie  I.  Burr Oberlin. 

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NAMKS.  RESIDKN'CKS. 

Ada  Camphkm. Brooklyn. 

liYDiA  L.  Cahpentkr Olmstead. 

Ncttik  ("aui'kntkh Eaton. 

Emma  M.  Cahvkk '. Manchester,  Vt. 

Dki.i.a  S.  Cask Orwell. 

.lENNiK  E.  Casti.e Topeka,  Kan. 

Em.a  Chamhehs Biicyrus. 

Lucy  L.  Chambers W.  Farmington. 

Angemne  Cherry Wooster. 

Eva  E.  Chester Oberlin. 

Minnie  Chester Oberlin. 

Eva  C.  Child Oberlin. 

Minnie  A.  Chubb Dover. 

Alice  Clark Twinsburg. 

Rosa  Clark Oberlin. 

Cakrik  a.  Clapp .Huntsburg. 

Ha'itie  M.  Clapp Huntsburg. 

Mattie  Close Henrietta. 

Mary  Colvin Clyde. 

Clara  M.  Combs Olmstead  Falls. 

Carrie  P.  Cornell Sharonville. 

Nellie  Cowin Randal. 

Fhankje  Crandall Youngstown. 

Maria  L.  Crosby Nelson. 

Allie  C.  Crumrine Troy. 

Hattie  Curry Cross  Creek. 

.JiLiA  E.  Curry Cross  Creek. 

Mary  E.  Cuhtiss Freedom  Station. 

Fannie  Davis Toledo. 

LillieDay Sheffield. 

LuoENiA  Dknham Penfleld. 

Hettie  Dkrr Sharon. 

S.  Louise  Doty Springfield. 

Etta  L.  Douglass Berlin  Heights. 

Lktitia  n.  Douglass Berlin  Heights. 

Mary  M.  Drake LeSueur,  Minn. 

.Iustina  Dye North  Eaton. 

Alice  L.  Eames Chicago,  HI. 

Myra  Edwards Oberlin. 

KATEELL^^T Bedford. 

Clara  .7.  Eli,son Avon. 

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NAMES.  RESIDEN'CKS. 

KiTTiE  E.  Ernst .-_ South  Amherst. 

Ella  J.  Farrar Oberlin. 

Abbie  B.  Fay < Prairie  Depot. 

Adella  Ferguson Henrietta. 

Annie  L.  Ferguson Henrietta. 

Abbie  M.  Field Oberlin. 

Julia  A.  Foote _ Oberlin. 

Sarah  H.  Foote Oberlin. 

Fannie  F.  Ford Peoria,  111. 

Ida  Ford Ruggles. 

Mary  Fr-4.yer Carson. 

Fannie  L.  Fredricks St.  Louis,  Mo. 

Fannie  A.  Gardner.. <fl.!Q.^.-.Q^->Kaj.Mallet  Creek. 

Lydia  L.  Gardner rtr.*rf.^.tA.*^.JL. /[.Mallet  Creek. 

Mattie  Gardner Medina. 

Ella  E.  Gates New  London. 

Jennie  Gott.. LaGrange. 

Hannah  C.  Graham Cleveland. 

Anna  H.  Graves Germanville. 

Mary  E.  Greeley Bellville. 

Alice  D.  Griffith .Toledo. 

Delia  A.  Hacket Sheffield. 

Emma  C.  Hall Hudson. 

Martha  R.  Hanchett Twinsburg. 

Rettie  Hardy Florence. 

Florence  Harris Oberlin. 

Annie  E.  Hatch South  Dartmouth,  Mass. 

Hattie  a.  Hatch Bainbridge. 

Emma  E.  Healy Oberlin. 

Aurelia  Heusner Henrietta. 

Eva  L.  Heusner Henrietta. 

Della  J.  HiCKOK Mecca. 

Mattie  Higbee Cleveland. 

Mary  S.  Hine Florence. 

Ada  Holman Fort  Wavne. 

Mary  H.  Holm-^n Cleveland. 

Anna  E.  Hooper Ripley. 

Bertie  M.  Hubbard  .. .New  London. 

Diana  A.  Hull Oberlin. 

Frances  Hurd Camden. 

Caroline  Ijies Benzonia,  Mich. 


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j;^j,p^  KICSrOHNCES. 

K.MMA  W.  ,Ta(  Ksox Oberlin. 

Sakah  E.  Jackson Eaton. 

Fi-OHKNCK  .lEWKi-L -r Rochester. 

Ella  M.  .loiiNSON Huntington. 

Mahv  (\  Johnson Oberlin. 

Etta  La  Dow Camden. 

LiNMK  La  Dow Oberlin. 

Emma  Lamb ...Dansvllle,  Mich. 

Eva  L  Lamb Oberlin. 

Mahy  J.  Landen Erie,  Pa. 

Ei.i.A  Lane Twinsburg. 

Maky  L.  Leach Washington,  D.  C. 

Maky  T.  Leonahd Oberlin. 

Sabah  E.  Lester Avon. 

Fannie  Liles Seven  Mile  House. 

Lizzie  Lincoln Antwerp. 

Mary  E.  Lockhart Freeport. 

Ella  E.  Longbon - N.  Eaton. 

Flora  A.  Loveland New  Haven. 

Clara  E.  Luellen Westfleld. 

Stella  Mauison Kome  City,  Ind. 

Kittie  M.  Malchi Bellevue. 

Hattie  Mallory South  Haven,  Mich. 

Mary  C.  Martins Newburg. 

Mary  Mawhir ...Westfleld,  N.  Y. 

Jennie  McCkay Oberlin. 

Eva  M.  McIntire De  Kalb. 

Alice  E.  Mead Oberlin. 

Annie  Mead Hartland. 

LiLLiE  S.  Mead Greenwich. 

E.MMA  A.  Miller Newton  Falls. 

LiBBiE  S.  Mills Elyria. 

Helen  J.  Millspauoh Clinton,  Mich. 

Ada  E.  Mitchell N.  Ridgeville. 

Annie  C.  Mitcheli S.  Britain,  Conn. 

LiBBiE  Moles Pittsburg,  Pa. 

Mahy  Moles Pittsburg,  Pa. 

Flora  v.  Muruock Rensselaer  Falls,  N.  Y. 

Ada  S.  Musser Ruggles. 

Ursula  E.  NETTLtn-ON Medina. 

J,ALiiA  B.  NoHTox .Toledo. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Carrie  M.  Paige -- Russia. 

Emii.y  R.  Paige Russia. 

Cecilia  Palmatier....^ Wakeman. 

Julia  Parent - Spenser. 

Mary  G.  Parks Huntington. 

Tetia  Parsons La  Grange. 

Gertie  A.  Paui, Ottawa. 

Nettie  T.  Pei.ton Cleveland. 

Mary  C.  Penfiei.d Oberlin. 

Edith  Pettibone GermanvUle. 

Sylvia  Pettibone Balnbridge. 

Carrie  C.  Phelps Russia. 

Cordelia  Phillips Eaton. 

Addie  H.  Pickett Nashville,  Tenn. 

Cora  L.  Pierce Randolph. 

Alice  R.  Porter Ruggles. 

M.  Ella  Reed Defiance. 

GussiE  Reeves Oberlin. 

Nellie  Remington Remington. 

LucRETiA  H.  Rice Ripley. 

May  Richards - Oberlin. 

Flora  Richardson Westfield. 

Eunice  C.  Rider - ....Cleveland. 

Minnie  Robb Oberlin. 

Lizzie  H.  Rood Oberlin. 

Frances  M.  Rooker.. Vienna,  "Wis. 

Lizzie  Root _ Aurora. 

Lottie  F.  Sayre - West  Liberty. 

Laura  I.  Scott Delaware. 

Anna  E.  Secord _ Amboy,  111. 

Kate  M.  Secokd Chicago,  111. 

LiDA  R.  Seymour Oberlin. 

Laura  A.  Sharpe Waltham,  Mass. 

Addie  L.  Sher.man ...Maringo. 

Lepha  Smith Huntington. 

Lucy  L.  Snow _ Avon. 

Eunice  D.  Southworth Sargent's  Bluff,  Iowa. 

Lydia  E.  Spalding Henrietta. 

Eleanora  Steele Nashville,  Tenn. 

Eliza  E.  Steele -  Melmore. 

Ann.v  N.  Strawn _ Odell,  111. 


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NAMKS.  RESIDENCES. 

Linda  Si-mmkh Leetonia. 

Nkixik  SiTi-irK Carlisle. 

Ci.ARA  M.  Tknnant Camden. 

Rosa  .M.  Thomab Alexandria. 

Effleda  Thompson Medina. 

Mattif.  Tkain Logansport,  Ind. 

Myha  Train Logansport,  Ind. 

LiiiuiE  J.  Tkavis Mt.  Vernon. 

Mattie  J.  Treat Bainbridge. 

LuELLA  Thowbhidqe - Kussia. 

Hannah  R.  Wallace Columbiana. 

Emma  M.  Warner Oberlin. 

Lizzie  Warner Oberlin. 

Anna  C.  Washburne W.  Medway,  Mass. 

Annie  E.  Washburne Vermillion. 

Maria  L.  We.mple Collamer. 

Hannah  M.  West Henrietta. 

Mary  E.  Whitaker Bowling  Green. 

Nellie  L.  Williams Avon. 

Mattie  Wilson Penfleld. 

Urania  Wii^on Pittsfleld. 

Carrie  Whitham Dover. 

Lida  a.  Woodford Hartford. 

Nellie  C.  Woodri-kf Peru. 

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FACULTY. 


FENELON  B.  RICE.  Mrs.  HELEN  M.  RICE. 

EDWARD  E.  KELSEY.  Miss  L.  C.  WATTLES. 


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STUDENTS. 


GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Dudley  P.  Allen Oberlin. 

Geokge  W.  Andrews Oberlin. 

Caul  App Bolivar. 

Frank  R.  Bartlett Oberlin. 

Augustus  G.  Bell  -. Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

DwiGHT  B.  Bradley Bangkok,  Slam. 

Lyman  W.  Burr - Oberlin. 

Cai,vin  B.  Cady ..Oberlin. 

Orin  B.  Cady '. Oberlin. 

Howard  H.  Carter Tallmadge. 

Henry  L.  Castle North  Baton. 

H.  R.  Crouch Galway,  N.  Y. 

Austin  B.  Cutler Laporte,  Ind. 

John  C.  Davis - Savannah. 

James  B.  Dill Oberlin. 

William  R.  Grannis Oberlin. 

Hastings  H.  Hart Cleveland. 

Willard  Kimball Oberlin. 

George  W.  Kinney Oberlin. 

Francis  M.  Koons Oberlin. 

John  H.  Leslie —  Oberlin. 

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NAMF-S.  RESIDENCES. 

Uansom  H.  MrKAunEN 0>1  ^'t^^'  ^*- 

A.  Wii.r.AKK  Mkriuman Silver  Lake. 

CHAi«!,E.s  F.  M<>iu;an Oberlin. 

WiLME  .T.  I'AHDOCK - Baraboo,  Wis. 

Hahx.kk  I'oMKROY Stroiigsville. 

Fhku.  M.  Reei> Liverpool. 

Hr.nnEHT  w.  Rollin tlatoii. 

Lnwi.N  C.  !>iii,snv Selma,  Ala. 

Albert  Sh.vuck Lexington. 

J.  PRE.STON  Thomas Henrietta. 

Watson  P.  Tuttle Morrisville,  N.  Y. 

LiNXKUS  ().  Vincent Pentwater,  Mich. 

George  C.  Westekvei^t Oberlin. 

George  F.  Willis Corinth,  Miss. 

Oliver  C.  Wilkes Buffalo,  N.  Y. 

Newton  Wveth Newway. 

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LAD  lES. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Jennie  D.  Ackelson Xenia. 

Kos.v  D.  Allen Oberlin. 

Carrie  Allen Oberlin. 

Kate  Allen Middleport. 

H.  Lillie  Anderson Mansfield. 

Victoria  Armour Memphis,  Tenn. 

Kate  Balsley Fremont. 

Emma  Bateman Geneva. 

Alice  Baktlett ^ Oberlin. 

Addie  M.  Backus Oberlin. 

Alice  Bartelle Oberlin. 

E.MMA  J.   IUlderston Pleasant  Grove. 

Emma  Benedict .Oberlin. 

JosiE  K.  Hfnedict Oberlin. 

Della  Benham Norvealk. 

Ella  R.  Bishop Charlestown. 

Grace  Bidwell Madison. 

Mahv  Bidwell Madison. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

CoKNELiA  B1GEI.OW Ontario,  Ind. 

Lottie  Binoham _ Cleveland. 

Eva  S.  Bonstel Oberlin. 

Cynthia  P.  Bowen Oberlin. 

Salina  Bowehsox Waterloo,  Ind. 

Frankie  Boswohth Oberlin. 

Emma  G.  Brown Oberlin. 

S.\KAH  Bkadley Bangkok,  Siani. 

Amelia  M.  Breed.. .Napoleon. 

LiBBiE  A.  Brewster Sandusky. 

Fannie  E.  Briggs Honeoye,  N.  Y. 

Lilian  E.  Buck Carpentersville. 

Ella  J.  Buckingham Chicago,  111. 

Etta  I.  Buckingham Newark. 

Mary  F.  Campbell Galveston,  Texas. 

Ella  Capper - Fremont. 

Alice  Carlton St.  Clair,  Mich. 

Ida  Cassell Fredericktown. 

Mattie  M.  Chase.. Buel,  N.  Y. 

Louise  E.  Clark Oberlin. 

Clara  J.  Comings Oberlin. 

Mary  E.  Cox Oberlin. 

Thereso  M.  Crawford Genoa. 

O.  V.  Crocker Galesburg,  111. 

Mary  B.  Crosier Wellington. 

Mary  S.  Cummings Clifton,  111. 

DoLLiE  L.  Culp _  .Oberlin. 

Mary  E.  Curtiss Freedom  Station. 

Ada  a.  Curtiss... Farmington. 

Sara  h  B.  Day _ Orwell. 

Carrie  DeLange Meadville,  Pa. 

Clara  E.  Deming Oberli  n . 

Maria  DeWolfe Laporte,  Ind. 

Mary  M.  Drake Lesueur,  Minn. 

Hattie  C.  Dunten LaGrange,  Ind. 

Len.  a.  Eaton Oberlin. 

Mame  C.  Eaton. . Oberlin. 

Ella  L.  Edwards ...Cleveland. 

Addie  E.  Evans North  Fairfield. 

Sybil  Farrar .Oberlin. 

Lillie  J.  Ferris Perrysburg,  N.  Y. 

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NAMRS.  KKSIDENCES. 

Mauv  Foiiks  Oberlin. 

E.  Ii.A   iM.Hi.        - KuKjrles. 

Fanmk  V.  Ford Peoria.  111. 

Fi^iOKENCE  Foiu> Galva,  111. 

Jkn.mk  Fonu Galva,  111. 

Fra.nces  a.  FRENdi  Oberlin. 

Mattie  H.  Fkv Kenton. 

Mary  C.  Gasto-n Oberlin. 

Mattie  A.  Gkriusm Oberlin. 

Ida  a.  Gibus Oberlin. 

KiTTiE  G.  Gilbert New  York. 

Em.a  .).  GiU'UKiST Oberlin. 

Ha.nnah  C.  Grah\m  Cleveland. 

A.NNA  H.  Graves Germansville. 

M.  Ella  Griswolu Kinsman. 

Minnie  A.  Griswold Kinsman. 

I)Er,i A  H.\{;k ETT Sheffield. 

Alice  Hadden Euclid. 

Emma  C.  n.\LL Hudson. 

Sophie  M.  II a i,l Oberlin. 

EuRiE  J.  Hamilton Clarksburg,  Ind. 

Nellie  Hanson Oberlin. 

Anoie  K.  Hatch Lisle,  111. 

Lizzie  F.  Hayes , Chetoba,  Kan. 

Jennie  Henry Oberlin. 

Ella  J.  Heitsted Norwalk. 

Frances  Hiolky St.  Clair,  Mich. 

UosA  P.  HoLURooK Pittsfleld. 

Adra  Holmes Mt.  Vernou. 

Sdsie  Holt Meadville,  Pa. 

A  1,1,1  E  How  A  Id) Rock  Creek. 

Flora  J.  Hovt Oberlin. 

Nettie  E.  Hi'.nt Dundee,  III. 

Jennie  Huntley Oberlin. 

AoDii;  HuTcniN<JS Oberlin. 

LiLLiE  Hutch iNos Oberlin. 

Emma  W.  Jackson Oberlin. 

Prucilla  Jackson Oberlin. 

Fannie  M.  Keep Oberlin. 

Emma  Kelsey Twinsbur«. 


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NAMES.  RESIDEN'CES. 

S.  KixGORE Oberlin. 

Mary  M.  Kinney ...Oberlin. 

Eva  a.  Lano Wellington. 

Lucy  Lathblky New  Lyme. 

Sakah  Lindsay ...Perrysburg,  N.  Y. 

Kate  A.  L(Jkd Olivet,  Mich. 

Helen  F.  Loveland _ Oberlin. 

Clara  S.  Ludlow Knoxville,  Tenn. 

Clara  Estelle  Luellen Westfleld. 

Nellie  M.  Mackintosh Erie,  Pa. 

Mary  Manley. Oberlin. 

Rebecca  Massey Oberlin. 

Agnes  McBride _ Berea. 

jEfts'NiE  McCray Oberlin. 

E.  M.  McDonald Newton  Falls. 

Mary  E.  McDowell. _ Oberlin. 

Alice  E.  Mead Oberlin. 

Nellie  A.  Merriam La  Grange. 

LiBBiE  S.  Mills. _ Elyria. 

Mary  Miller... Fostoria. 

Ada  E.  Mitchell ..North  Ridgeville. 

Mary  C.  Monroe Oberli  u . 

SA.M.A.NTHA  MooRK .Pekin,  N.  Y. 

M.4RIA  B.  Morgan Brooklyn. 

JosiE  Needham Lexington. 

Oleatha  Neely Findlay. 

Cretie  Nelson Elyria. 

LONA  L.  Nichols Keene,  N.  H. 

Eva  Park _ Fairfield. 

Mary  G.  Parks Huntington. 

Gertie  A.  Paul Ottawa. 

Nettie  T.  Pelton _ Cleveland. 

Anna  J.  Penfield Oberlin. 

Mary  C.  Penfield Oberlin. 

Sylvia  E.  Pettibone Bainbridge. 

Cord.\  C.  Phillips Eaton. 

Dora  Phipps Elyria. 

Addie  M.  Pickett Nashville,  Tenn. 

Olive  Pierce. Watseka,  111. 

Jennie  Platt Baltimore,  Md. 

Anna  E.  R.a.ndall Sheffield. 

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SAMKS.  RESIUKNCKS. 

Laitha  E.  Kaymdnp GreensbuiK. 

Mauv  S.  Ua<k North  Kidueville. 

Soi'HiA  JfKKi) Liverpool. 

I.iz/ii;  Ukyxoliks Scott,  N.  V. 

Adihk  Uk  k Ripley. 

LucKETiA  H.  Rice Ripley. 

Je.nnik  V.  Uini.ou Lawrence,  Mich. 

Fix)KA  KicHAKUsON Westfleid. 

Mahy  B.  Roberts Oberlin. 

Ei.i/.A  Robinson Elyria. 

Rena  a.  Robinson Bucyrus. 

Mauy  E.  Rood Lapier,  Mich. 

Amelia  J.  Royce Oberlin. 

Lucy  Ryder Weybridge,  Vt. 

Lottie  F.  Sayre West  Liberty. 

Clara  A.  Saxton La  Grange. 

Carrie  E.  Schneider Royal  Oak. 

Ma r y  S( 'o field Tredonia,  N.  Y. 

Elizabeth  Seaman Newark,  N.  J. 

Kate  Secord , Chicago,  111. 

LiDA  Seymour Oberlin. 

Laura  A.  Shalpk Waltham,  Mass. 

J.  Ada  ShermAxV National,  la. 

Bessie  V.  Sherwood St.  Joseph,  Mo. 

Ollie  Skeel _ Hennepin,  111. 

Mary  S.  Smith Alden,  la. 

Rose  D.  Snoddy Westerville. 

Mary  Snyder Oberlin. 

Elenora  S.  Steele Nashville,  Tenn. 

Cleora  Stolp Aurora,  111. 

Sylvia  J.  Stone Utica,  Mo. 

Alice  Stewart  Beaver  Dam,  Wis. 

Mary  E.  Stewart Gilroy,  Cal. 

LiHBiE  J.  Stephenson ~ Geneva. 

Anna  Strawn Odell,  111. 

Mary  Strie.iy Newark,  N.  .1. 

Jennie  Sutton Lapier,  Mich. 

Eva  Swinkorth Sandusky. 

Sabra  Talmadoe Fredericktown. 

Neli,jk  J.  Thompson Camden. 

Viva  Tik.mpson Denver,  Col. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Nellie  L.  Thomas Camden. 

Rosa  M.  Thomas - Alexandria. 

Mary  Thornton Michigan  City,  Ind. 

Edith  Treat - Cleveland. 

LiBBiE  B.  Turner St.  Louis,  Mo. 

JosiE  Upson - - Tallmadge. 

Theano  Wattles Oberlin. 

MONIA  Wattles -- Oberlin. 

Hannah  Wallace Columbiana. 

Clara  Wakeman - Fairfield. 

Amelia  White Chicago,  111. 

Sarah  J.  Wickham — Norwalk. 

Ida  May  Wilcox Oberlin. 

Amy  J.  Willcutt Oberlin. 

Etta  Willcutt Oberlin. 

Lottie  Wilbur Oberlin. 

Sarah  A.  Williams -..- -- Westfleld. 

IsoRA  Winship - Peoria,  111. 

Anna  J.  Wright - Oberlin. 

KiTTiE  E.  WOODS- - Pittsburg. 

Mollie  B.  Woodhull - - Newark,  N.J. 

Lucy  J.  Yeend Claridon. 


Ladies 


203 


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Theological  Department 43 

College  Department Gentlemen 130 

Ladies 12-142 

Scientific  Department 45 

Ladies'  Department 159 

Preparatory  Department.. Clawfcal  Course. .Gentlemen 19(1 

Ladies 3-193 

EngliHh  Cottrse... Gentlemen 217 

Ladies 224—  441-  6:34 

Conservatory  of  Music Gentlemen 37 

Ladies 20;i-  240 

Whole  Nimber  of  Oenti.rmkn 662 

Whole  Nimber  of  Ladies 601 

Totai 12&3 

Deduct  for  those  reckoned  tu  ice 92 

1171 


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THEOLOGICAL   DEPARTMENT. 


The  conditions  of  admission  to  the  THEOiiOGiCAL  Department  are  hopeful 
piety,  and  a  Collegiate  education,  or  its  equivalent.  Applicants  are  expected  to 
bring  a  certificate  of  membership  in  some  evangelical  church.  Students  from 
other  Theological  Seminaries  are  admitted  ad  eundem,  on  presenting  a  regular 
dismission ;  and  persons  may  be  admitted  to  advanced  standing  in  any  of  the 
classes  on  satisfactory  examination  in  the  studies  already  pursued. 

The  Terms  and  Vacations  are  the  same  in  all  Departments  of  the  Institution, 
and  will  be  found  in  the  Calendar. 

Students  in  Theology  incur  no  expense  for  tuition,  for  the  use  of  the  librarj% 
or  of  public  rooms,  or  for  any  incidental  purposes.  Other  expenses  vrill  vary 
according  to  the  personal  habits  and  tastes  of  each  Student. 

Aid  is  afforded  by  the  American  and  the  Ohio  Educational  Societies.  The 
Seminary  has  also  a  special  fund  for  the  aid  of  Students,  from  which  several 
may  receive  a  partial  support. 

The  Preparatory  Department  furnishes  opportunity  for  teaching,  at  reasonable 
compensation.  Assistance  may  also  be  derived  to  some  extent  from  the  supply 
of  vacant  pulpits  in  the  vicinity.  With  reasonable  prudence  and  economy  any 
Student  may  pursue  his  course  without  serious  interruption  or  embarrassment. 

The  Regular  Course  in  this  Seminary  occupies  three  years,  and  embraces 
the  following  distinct  departments:  1.  Philology  and  Exegesis.  2.  Biblical 
Theologj-.  3.  Systematic  Theologj*.  4.  Church  Histor}^  5.  Apologetics.  6.  Hom- 
iletics.  7.  Pastoral  Theology.  These  departments  are  distributed  through  the 
course  in  the  following  order: 

JUNIOR  YEAR. 

First  Term Hebrew''— Grammar  and  Exercises. 

Chreek — The  Gospels  in  Harmony. 

History — Biblical  Antiquities  and  Geography. 
Second  Term Hebrew — Exegesis  of  the  flistorical  Books  of  the  Old  Testament. 

Greek— The  Gospels  and  the  Acts. 

Bihlical  Theology — TheoIog>'  of  the  Pentateuch  and  Job. 

Systematic  Theology — Natural  Theology. 

Third  Term Crreek — Exegesis  of  the  Epistles. 

Hebrew — Exegesis  of  Selections  from  the  Psalms  and  Prophets. 
Homiletics — Courses  and  Methods  of  Reading  and  Rhetorical  Study. 
History — Historj'  of  the  Jewish  Church. 

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M  1  DDLE    YEAR. 

KlKM   Tkkm ^■J/'^U i(i<(7 ic  T/l(i//()(/j/- Doctrines  of  Revealed  Religion. 

HomiMi€)t—Ana\yf.'\s  and  Critical  Study  of  the  best  Specimens  of  Secular 

and  Sacred  Oratory. 
Ueltrerv — Exegesis  of  .Selections  from  the  Old  Testament. 

SBto.Mi  Tkkm HiMo1^| — History  of  the  .Ancient  Church. 

BHiUvnl  Theologu— Theology  of  the   Epistles. 

77o/;ii7.fhV.s— Structure  of  the  Sermon  ;  Criticism  of  Original  Plans. 
TiiiKi)  Tekm SyntcmatiC  T/ieototfl/— Doctrines  of  Revealed  Religion. 

Hebrew — Exegesis  of  Selections  from  the  Old  Testament. 

Hiiftory — Historj'  of  the  Mediaeval  Church. 

SENIOR  YEAR. 

FiKsT  Tkk.m Hisforj/— History  of  the  Modern  Church;  Survey  of  the  Religious  Sects 

of  the  United  States. 
HOHlWeMf*— Study    of    Pulpit    Models;     Preparation     and    Delivery    of 

Unwritten  Sermons. 
Bihlwal  Theology — Progress  of  Doctrine  in  the  Two  Dispensations. 
Pantoral  Theology — The  Conduct  of  Pastoral  Work. 

Second  Tekm HomUetiCS — Expository    Preaching;    Sources  of  Pulpit   Power;    Written 

and  Unwritten  Sermons  Criticised. 
Apologetics — Modern  Forms  of  Skepticism. 
History — Historj'  of  Christian  Doctrine. 
Greek — Exegesis  of  Selections  from  the  New  Testament. 

Third  Term Pastoral  Theology — Relations  of  Pastors  and  Peoples;  Prayer  Meetings  ; 

Revivals. 
History — Positive    Institutions ;    Survey    of    the    Religions    of    Heathen 

Lands. 
Greek — Exegesis  of  Selections  from  the  New  Testament. 

Rhetorical,  Exercises,  consisting  of  the  reading  of  original  essays,  the 
delivery  of  original  addresses  written  and  unwritten,  and  the  extemporaneous 
discussion  of  questions,  occur  weekly,  in  which  the  members  of  all  the  classes 
participjite  in  succession.  Special  prominence  is  given  to  extemporaneous 
speaking,  or  the  delivery  of  thoughts  prepared  but  not  written  and  committed 
to  memory.  In  addition  to  this,  the  several  classes  receive  special  training  in 
Elocution,  including  lessons  in  the  Development  of  the  Voice  and  in  expression. 


SPECIAL   COURSES. 

These  are  designed  for  such  as  have  not  had  the  advantage  of  a  classical 
education,  and  for  good  reasons  can  not  acquire  it,  and  yet  are  plainly  called 
to  the  work  of  the  ministry.  For  this  class  of  Students,  various  as  they  always 
will  be  in  the  character  of  their  previous  preparation,  it  is  evident  that  no  single 
course  can  be  definitely  shaped.  Each  candidate  for  this  department  of  study 
is  examined  with  reference  to  his  past  acquisitions  and  present  needs,  and  such 

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a  course  is  prescribed  as  best  meets  his  particular  case.  Branches  which  he 
needs  to  pursue,  belonging  to  the  College  courses,  he  is  permitted  to  pursue 
with  College  classes  and  under  the  care  of  the  College  Professors.  Every 
recitation  room  in  the  entire  Institution  is  open  (without  charge  for  tuition)  to 
such  Students,  and  any  branch  of  study  in  which  they  need  instruction  may 
be  pursued — not  by  themselves  with  occasional  assistance  from  a  Professor,  but 
in  stimulating  contact  with  large  and  enthusiastic  classes.  Thus  they  have  the 
best  possible  advantages  without  adding  to  the  burdens  of  the  Theological 
Faculty.  They  may  profitably  attend  all  the  lectures  of  the  Seminary  except 
those  in  Hebrew  and  Greek  Philology.  Those  whose  previous  education  qualifies 
them  to  pursue  with  profit  and  success  the  Regular  Course  (with  the  above 
exception,)  after  devoting  tliree  full  years  to  Theological  Studies:,  will  be  permitted 
to  graduate  with  the  Students  of  the  Regular  Course.  While  pursuing  their 
studies  they  will  be  regarded  as  members  of  the  classes  with  which  they  meet 
in  the  Lecture  Room,  being  designated  only  by  the  separate  position  of  their 
names  in  the  annual  catalogue.  Those  who  pursue  tico  fuU  years  of  Theological 
study  will  be  entitled  to  a  certificate  which  designates  them  as  Special  Course 
Graduates. 


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COLLEGE    DEPARTMENT. 


Candid.^tes  for  adnilssiDn  to  the  Freshman  Class  are  examined  in  the  common 
Eiitrlisli  Rrnnches;  the  Gramniiir  of  the  Latin  and  Oreelv  Languages;  Caesar,  one 
Hook:  Salliist's  Catiline :  four  of  Cicero's  Select  Orations;  Virgil's  ^Eneid,  five 
Hooks;  Harkness'  Latin  Prose  Composition,  Parts  First  and  Second;  Xenophon's 
Anabasis,  three  Hooks;  Homer's  Iliad,  two  Hooks;  Algebra  to  Ratio;  Plane 
Geometry;  Ancient  History;  Englisli  Analysis;  History  of  the  United  States; 
and  Alden's  Science  of  Government. 

Candidates  for  a  higher  standing  are  examined  in  the  same,  and  also  in  the 
studies  previously  pursued  by  the  class  to  which  tliey  desire  admission. 

No  admission  to  the  Senior  Class  is  allowed  later  than  the  beginning  of  the 
second  term. 

FKESHM  AN  CLASS. 


KiKST  Ter.m.  . 

I^oomis. 
Robbins. 

Memorabili.-i,        .... 

I'ivy, 

Chase  and  Stuart 

Second  Thkm.. 

..Geometry,            .... 

Loomis. 

Conic  Sections,          .... 

Loomis. 

Greelc  Prose  Composition, 

.'\rnold. 

Cicero — De  Amicitia  et  De  Senectutc. 

Roman  .Antiquities, 

Smitli. 

Third  Tkkm... 

..Plane  and  Splierical  Trigonometry-,     . 
Thucydides. 

Loomis. 

Horace,            .              . 

Cliase  and  Stuuit 

Mythology-. 

SOPHOMORE  CLASS. 

First  Term Thucydides. 

Letters  of  Pliny  tile  Younger. 

Analytical  Geometry, 

Calculus,  ..... 

Second  Term Mechanics  and  Hydrostatics, 

Odyssey. 

Botany,  ..... 

German,  ..... 

Third  Term Greek  Tragedy. 

Botany,  .... 

Evidences  of  Christianity, 

German,         .... 

JUNIOR    CLASS 

First  Term Natural  Philosophy. 

Logic,        .  .  _  _ 

German,  .... 

Juvenal, 


Loomis. 
Loomis. 

Olmsted. 

Gray. 
Whitney. 

G  ray . 

Hopkins. 

Whitney. 


Olmsted. 
Jevon. 
Whitney. 
Escott. 


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Secont)  Term.. 


Third  Term. 


..Demosthenes. 

Chemistry — Lectures. 

Art  of  Discourse, 

Tacitus, 

Roman  Literature. 
.  -Zoology — Lectures. 

Astronomy, 

Chemistry  (Review). 

T.icitus, 

Roman  Literature. 


Day. 
Tyler. 


Olmsted. 
Tyler. 


SENIOR   CLASS. 


First  Term Mental  Philosophy, 

Plato, 

Greek  Testament. 

Phys  iology —  Lee  t  u  res. 

Elocution. 

Second  Term Mental  Philosophy — Lectures. 

English  Literature. 
History- -Lectures. 
Lectures  in  Art. 
Butler's  Analogy. 
Political  Economy, 

Third  Term Geologj' — Lectures. 

Moral  Philosophy, 
Political  Economy, 
Elocution. 


Porter. 
Woolsey. 


Shaw. 


Mill. 

Fairchild. 
Mill. 


Lessons  in  English  Bible,  Compositions,  Declamations,  and  Extemporaneous 
Di.scussions,  weelily,  and  public  original  Declamations,  monthly,  throughout  the 
Course. 


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SCIENTIFIC   DEPARTMENT. 


Candidates  for  admission  to  the  Fresliinan  Class  must  sustain  a  satisfactory 
exaniiiiiition  in  Entrlisli  Graniniar  and  Analysis;  Arithmetic;  Algebra  to  Ratio; 
Plane  (ieometry;  Latin  (iranunar  and  Latin  Header  through  Fables;  History  of 
the  United  States ;  and  Geography. 

Candidates  for  a  higher  standing  are  examined  in  the  same,  and  also  in  the 
studies  previously  pursued  by  the  class  to  which  they  desire  admission. 


FRESHMAN    CLASS. 

First  Ferm Algebra  completed, 

Latin  Reader  completed, 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Part  II, 

Book-Keeping. 

SF-CONp  Term Caesar,        ..... 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Lesson  54,     . 
Geometry-  completed,  Cnnic  Sections, 
Physical  Geography. 

Third  Term History  of  Rome,      .... 

Cicero's  Orations,  .  .  .  , 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Lesson  68,     , 


Loo  mis. 

Harkness. 

Harkness. 

Chase  and  Stuart. 
Harkness. 

Loomis. 

Smith. 

Chase  and  Stuart. 

Harkness, 


Plane  and  Spherical  Trigonometry  and  Surveying,  Loomis. 


First  Term. 


SOPHOMORE   CLASS. 

.Analytical  Geometrj',  and  Calculus, 
Virgil,       --.... 
History  of  Greece, 

Second  Term Mechanics  and  Hydrostatics,  .  , 

Science  of  Government,       .  .  . 

Botany,  ..... 

French. 

.Evidences  of  Christianity, 
Botany,  ..... 

Civil  Engineering  and  Navigation. 
French. 


Third  Term.. 


JUNIOR   CLASS. 


First  Term. 


.Natural  Philosophy, 
Logic, 
German, 

Skoonh  Term Chemistry— Lectures. 

Art  of  Discourse, 
German,  Wilhelm  Tell. 
Analysis  of  English  Classics. 


Loomis. 

Chase  and  Stuart. 

Smith. 

Olmsted. 

Alden. 

Gray. 

Hopkins. 
Gray. 


Olmsted. 

Jevon. 

Otto. 

Day. 


SB 


i 


Tnu;i)  Tkum Zoolos^' — Lectures. 

Astronomy,  .....  Olmsted. 

Paley's  Theolo.tr\'- 
Chemistry — Review . 

SENIOR   CLASS. 

f'lRsr  Ti'.RM Mental   Philosophy,  ....      Porter. 

History  of  Civilization,  .  .  .  Guixot. 

Physiology — Lectures. 

Elocution. 
SFCovn  Tf.rm Mental   Philosophy — Lectures. 

Butler's  Analogy. 

History- — Lectures. 

English  Literature,  ....      Shaw. 

Lectures  on  Art. 

Political    Economy,         ....  Mill. 

Vhird    I'pkM ..Moral  Philosophy,  ....      Fairchild. 

Geology — Lectures. 

Political  Economy,         .  .  .  .  Mill. 

Elocution. 

Lessons  in  English  Bible.  Compositions,  Declamations,  and  Extemporaneous 
Discussions,  weekly,  throujrliout  the  Course,  and  public,  orlftinal  Declamations, 
monthly,  during  the  last  two  years. 


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PREPARATORY    DEPARTMENT. 


The  PicKPAiiATOuY  DtPAnTMENX  is  under  the  same  general  supervision  with 
the  other  Deiiartincnts,  and  under  the  immediate  direction  and  management  of 
tlie  rriiiciital.  The  inenil>ers  of  this  Department  are  sul).ject  to  the  same  regu- 
lations as  the  students  in  tlie  College.  It  is  especially  designed  to  prepare 
>tu<lent9  for  the  College  or  Scientific  Department;  but  it  is  also  adapted  to  meet 
the  wants  of  those  who  require  a  good  English  education  for  teaching  Common 
Schools,  or  for  general  business.  All  the  branches  are  taught  in  this  Depart- 
ment, usually  taught  in  High  Schools  and  Academies.  No  student-s  are  admitted 
who  have  not  advanced  as  far  as  Fractions  in  Arithmetic. 

The  Senior  Preparatory  Class  is  taught  by  members  of  the  Faculty;  the 
<ither  classes  by  teachers  selected  from  the  Theological  and  higher  College 
Classes.    About  forty  students  are  thus  employed. 

.\  large  portion  of  the  Preparatory  students  are  school  teachers,  or  preparing 
to  teach.  The  average  age  of  the  students  in  the  Department  is  between 
nineteen  and  twenty  years. 


CLASSICAL   COURSE. 

To  enter  on  this  course,  students  will  be  examined  in  English  Grammar 
through  Syntax.  Arithmetic  through  Percentage,  and  the  Elements  of  Geogra- 
phy. Candidates  for  a  higher  standing  will  be  examined  in  the  studies  previously 
pursued  bv  the  class  to  which  they  desire  admission. 


J  UNIOU  CLASS. 

First  Term L.itin  Grammar  and  Reader  commenced, 

Knglish  Grammar, 

Geography,  .  .  .  , 

Second  Term Latin  Reader, 

Knglish  .Analysis, 

Arithmetic,  .... 

Third  Term Latin  Reader  completed, 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Part  II, 

United  States  History. 

Elocution,      .... 

MIDDLE  CLASS. 

First  Tkrm Caesar,  one  Book, 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Lesson  54, 
Greek  Grammar, 
Science  of  Government, 


Harkness. 

Bullion. 

Guyot. 

Harkness. 

Greene. 

Ray  or  Stoddard. 

Harkness. 

Harkness. 

National  Fifth  Reader. 


Chase  and  Stuart. 
Harkness. 
H.-idley. 
Alden. 


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Second  Term Cicero,  two  Orations, 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Lesson  68, 
Greek,  Grammar  and  Anabasis,  ^ 

Historj'  of  Rome, 

Third  Term Cicero,  two  Orations, 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Part  III, 
Anabasis,  .... 

History  of  Greece, 

SENIOR  CLASS 

First  Term Virgil,  two  Books, 

Anabasis,        .... 

Algebra,  .... 

Second  Term Virgil,  three  Books, 

Anabasis,  completed. 

Algebra  to  Ratio. 
Third  Term Sallust,  Conspiracy  of  Catiline, 

Homer — Iliad,  two  Books, 

Plane  Geometry, 


Chase  and  Stuart. 

Harkness. 

Boise. 

Smith. 

Chase  and  Stuart. 

Harkness. 

Boise. 

Smith. 


Chase  and  Stuart. 

Boise. 

Loomis'  Treatise. 

Chase  and  Stuart. 

Boise. 

Loomis'  Treatise. 

Chase  and   Stuart. 

Boise. 

Loomis. 


Other  text  books  than  those  specified  are  not  allowed  in  the  recitation  room. 


ENGLISH    C0UE8E. 

Classes  are  ornanized  every  term  in  the  following  studies : 

.Arithmetic — Ray's  Third   Part,  two  classes  ;    Ray's  Higher,   two  classes  ; 

Stoddard's  complete. 
Grammar — Bullion's,  three  classes  ;   Greene's  Analysis. 
Geogr.\phy — Guyot's,  two  classes. 

Elocution  and  Reading — National  Fifth  Reader,  two  classes. 
Orthography  and  Spelling. 

Algebra — Loomis'  Treatise,  two  classes  ;   Loomis'  Elements,  two  classes. 
Geometry — Loomis',  two  classes. 
qu.'vckenboss'  natural  philosophy. 
Dai.ton's  Physiolog\  . 
Latin — First  three  terms,  and  Ca;sar. 

The  following  classes  are  organized  in  the  Terms  named : 

Alden's  Science  of  Government,  .  .  .  Fall  and  Spring, 

Smith's  History  of  Rome,       ....  Spring  and  Summer. 

Smith's  History  of  Greece,  ....  Fall  and  Summer. 

Anderson's  History  of  the  United  States,  .  Spring  and  Summer, 

Elements  of  Book-Keeping,         ......  Fall. 

Physical  Geography,  ......  Spring. 

Trigonometry  and  Surveying,  ....  Summer. 

Biblical  Antiquities,  ......  F.all. 

Lessons  in  the  English  Bible  and  Rhetorical  Exercises  weekly  for  all  the 
students  in  the  Preparatory  Department. 


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LADIES'   DEPARTMENT. 


Tilt  Lakies'  Dkpahtment  Is  under  the  iiiunediate  direction  of  the  Principal 
and  the  Assistant  Principal,  and  the  general  supervision  of  the  Ladies'  Board  of 
.Maiiat;ers  and  Faculty. 

The  Course  of  Study  Is  deslRned  to  give  ladies  facilities  for  thorough  mental 
discipline,  and  the  special  training,' which  will  (jualify  them  for  teaching  and  the 
other  duties  of  their  sphere.  Tlie  advanced  classes  are  taught  by  the  Professors, 
and  recite  with  the  College  classes  where  their  studies  are  the  same.  The  lower 
classes  are  taught  a-s  the  classes  in  the  Preparatory  Department,  with  which 
iliey  usually  recite. 

Ladles  wlio  apply  for  admission  to  the  First  Vear  are  examined  in  English 
Graininar  and  Analysis;  Arithmeti<-;  Algebra  to  Ratio;  Latin  Grammar  and 
Latin  Header  through  the  Fables  ;   History  of  tlie  United  States,  and  Geography. 

Ladles  wishing  to  enter  advanced  classes  will  be  examined  in  the  previous 
studies  of  the  Course,  or  |)resent  other  evidence  to  the  teacher  of  each  study 
tliat  they  liave  pursued  it  elsewhere. 

FIRST     V  K  A  U  . 

KiRsi   Tkrm Algebra  completed,  ....  Loomis. 

Latin  Reader  completed,  .  .  .  Harkness. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Part  II,         .  .  Harkness. 

liiblical  Antiijuities,        ....  Nevin. 

Linear  Drawing;. 

Seco.\U  Tkrm Plane  Geometry,  ....  Lnoniis. 

Ca:sar,        ......  Chase  and   Stuart. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Lesson  54,      .  .  Harkness. 

Physical  Geography. 

'riiiRb  Tkrm Geometry  completed.  Conic  Sections,  .  Loomis. 

Cicero's  Orations,  ....  Chase  and  St\iari. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Lesson  68.  .  Harkness. 

History  of  Rome,  ....  Smith. 

SECOND     V  E  A  U  . 

Kii.-sr    Ifkm Plane  and  Spherical  'IVijjon.inic-lry.  .  Loomis. 

■*^^""'*''  ......  Chase  and  Smart. 

History  of  Greece,  ....  Smiih. 

Secovd  Tkhm Botany,  ......  (Jray. 

Science  of  Government,  .  .A.lden. 

Mechanics  and  Hydrostatics,  .  .  Olmsteii. 

French. 

TiUKf.  Tkrm Itotany,  •  •  .  .  .  Grav 

Kvidcnces  of  Christianity.  .  .  .       Hopkins. 

"^'^-  •  ■  ■  .  .  Chase  and  Stuart. 


Oberlin  College. 

THIRD    YEAR. 

1 

F^iRST  Term. Natural  Philosophy,             ....      Olmsted. 

Logic,        ......            Jevon. 

C.erman,           ......       <~)tto. 

Seconh  Tek.m Chemistry — Lectures. 

Art  of  Discourse,             ....            Day. 

German,  Wilhelm  Tell. 

Third  Term Zoology — Lectures. 

.\stron<*my,                 .....      Olmsted. 

Paley's  Natural  Theology. 

Chemistry — Review. 

FOURTH     YEAR. 

First  Ter.m Mental  Philosophy,         ....             Porter. 

Physiology — Lectures. 

History  of  Civilization,        .              .             .             .•    Guizot. 

Second  Term Mental  Philosophy — Lectures. 

English  Literature,          ....             Shaw. 

Hutler's  Analogy. 

Political  Economy,                 ....      Mill. 

History — Lectures. 

Lectures  in  Art. 

Third  Term Moral  Philosophy,          ....             Fairchild. 

Political  Economy,                ....      Mill. 

Geology — Lectures. 

Lessons  in  English  Bible,  and  Exercises  in  Reading  and  Compositinn. 

weelily 

throughout  the  Course. 

PREP  A  H  ATORY    ( 'OURSK. 

Ray's  and  Stoddard's  Practical  Arithmetic.             Orthography. 

English  Grammar.                                                           Reading. 

Elocution.                                                                           Harkness'  Latin  Grammar. 

Modern  Geography.                                                            Algebra  (to  Ratiol. 

History  of  the  United  States. 

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In  the  TiiKOLOfiiCAi,  Dki'AUTment  Lectures  are  Kiveii  on  the  subjects  of  the 

Course  to  all  the  classes  throughout  the  year. 

In  the  C<ii,i,KOE,  Scientific  and  Ladies'  Departments  as  follows: 

FlKST  Tkkm. — Physiology;  the  I'lieoiy  and  Practice  of  Teaching  ;  Natural  Philosophy — Pneu- 
matics, Acoustics,  Electricity,  Magnetism  and  Optics,  and  Meteorology. 

Sf.com)   Term. — Mental    Philosophy;     Butler's   Analogy;    History;    Chemistry;    Zoology; 
Geology  ;  Fine  .Arts  ;  Natural  Philosophy — Mechanics  and  Hydrostatics. 

TuiRt)  Tkkm.— Moral  Philosophy;  (leology;  Zoology;   Political  F.conomy  ;  .\ncient  Litera- 
ture, 

Practical  Lectures  on  General  Habits,  Methods  of  Study,  and  other  important 
subjects,  are  delivered  once  in  tw(»  weeks  to  the  ladies,  by  the  Principal  of  the 
Ladies'  Department,  and  to  the  young  men  of  the  Preparatory  Department  by 
the  Principal  of  that  Department. 


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general  jfnformatian. 


DEGREES    AXD    DIPLOMAS. 

The  degree  of  Bacheu)R  of  Arts  is  conferred  upon  the  graduates  of  the 
College  Department,  and  that  of  Bachelor  of  Science  upon  the  graduates  of 
the  Sclentiflc  Department. 

The  degree  of  Master  of  Arts,  or  Master  of  Science,  is  conferred  upon 
any  Bachelor  of  three  or  more  years'  standing,  who  has  been  engaged  in 
literary  or  scientific  pursuits,  and  has  sustained  a  good  moral  character. 

A  Diploma,  certifying  the  successful  completion  of  the  prescribed  course  of 
study,  is  given  to  each  graduate  of  the  Theological  Department,  and  also  to  each 
graduate  of  the  Ladies'  Department. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

At  the  close  of  each  Term  the  Classes  are  examined  in  the  studies  of  that 
Term ;  and  at  the  end  of  the  year  there  are  general  examinations  in  all 
departments. 

Every  recitation  and  examination  is  marked,  and  a  record  is  kept  hy  the 
Faculty  of  the  attainments  of  each  student,  and  also  of  his  delinquencies. 
Information  concerning  his  progress  and  deportment  is,  when  requested,  commu- 
nicated to  the  parent  or  guardian. 

RELIGIOUS    EXERCISES. 

jMI  students  are  required  to  attend  Church  twice  on  the  Sabbath,  and  the 
weekly  religious  Lecture  on  Thursday. 

They  are  also  required  to  attend  Daily  Prayers  in  the  evening  at  the  Chapel, 
and  in  the  morning  in  the  families  in  which  they  board.  Every  class  has  a 
weekly  exercise  in  the  English  Bible,  which  all  are  required  to  attend. 

There  is  a  weekly  Prayer  Meeting  on  Monday  evening,  for  all  young  people, 
conducted  by  the  students ;  and  a  weekly  Prayer  Meeting  for  each  Class, 
conducted  by  one  of  the  teachers. 

LIBRARY,  APPARATUS  AXD  CABINET. 

The  Libraries  connected  with  the  College  number  about  eleven  thousand 
volumes. 

The  Apparatus,  in  the  Departments  of  Natural  Philosophy  and  Chemistry, 
is  sufficient  for  all  reasonable  demands  ;  and  the  Cabinets  in  Geology  and  Natural 
History  are  well  supplied. 

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Oberlin   College, 


lAci  I.I  Ti  i:s   Ko  i{  sK  L  F-sr  ppo  irr. 

Tlic  (^ollPiie  doo8  not  pledee  itself  to  futnish  niMiuial  lal)i>r  to  tlie  students. 
DiUcoiit  and  faithful  yoiiiis;  men  <an  find  employment,  with  satisfactory  com- 
pcnsntion.  In  the  vlllaire.  A  few  are  employed  in  the  care  of  the  College 
hiilldlnjr^,  preparing  fuel,  etc.  About  forty  students  in  the  higher  classes,  gen- 
tlemen and  ladles,  are  employed  as  assistant  teae'hers. 

The  long  Winter  vacation  afl'ords  opportunity,  to  those  who  are  qualifled,  to 
engage  In  teaching  schools  abroad.    The  call  for  teachers  is  equal  to  the  supply. 


RK(i  r  L.\'r  IONS. 

The  Kegulations  of  the  Institution  are  few  and  simple,  appealing  to  the 
student's  self-respect  and  personal  responsibility.  He  is  re(|uired  to  abstain  from 
the  use  of  Tobacco  and  Intoxicating  Drinks,  from  Sedentary  Games  of  Chance 
or  Skill,  and  from  connection  with  any  Secret  Society.  No  student  is  permitted 
to  visit  one  of  the  other  sex  at  a  private  room,  except  by  special  permission  in 
case  of  severe  sickness. 

WINTER    SCHOOL. 

During  tlie  Winter  vacation  a  school  is  taught  in  the  College  building,  under 
the  superintendence  of  members  of  the  Faculty,  in  which  classes  are  formed 
in  all  the  studies  of  the  Preparatory  Department,  and  in  any  College  study 
when  a  sufficient  number  wish  to  pursue  it  to  form  a  cla.ss.  This  school  opens 
the  week  following  the  cIo.se  of  the  Fall  Term. 


LADIES"    I)  E  P  A  l{  T  M  E  N  T . 

Ladies  from  abroad  desiring  admission  to  the  Ladies'  Hall,  should  make 
previous  applicaHon  in  writing,  certifying  their  age,  state  of  health,  character, 
l)resent  attainments,  and  the  time  they  propose  to  continue  here.  Those  who 
are  admitted  will  be  duly  apprized  of  their  admission. 

r,adles  are  re(|ulred  to  be  in  their  rooms  after  eight  o'clock  in  the  evening 
during  the  Summer  months,  and  after  half-past  seven  during  the  Winter 
months. 

Every  lady  is  re<|uired  to  present,  once  in  two  weeks,  a  written  report  of 
her  (.bservance,  and  her  failures  in  the  observance,  of  the  regulations  of  the 
Department,  signed  by  the  matron  of  the  family  in  which  she  boards. 

These  rei)..rts,  together  with  the  marks  of  her  recitation,  are  recorded  by 
the  Principal,  and  are  oj.en  at  all  times  for  the  inspection  of  the  Faculty,  the 
Ividles'  Board,  and  all  friends  interested. 

AD.MISSION    AND    EXPENSES. 

Candidates  for  admission  to  any  of  the  Departments  must  bring  testimonials 
of  good  character:  and  those  c ing  from  other  Institutions  must  bring  a  certifi- 
cate of  hohnrable  dismission. 

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Oberlin   College. 


The  student  in  every  department  pursues  his  studies  in  his  private  room,  and 
meets  with  his  class  in  the  public  room  for  recitation.  No  arrangement  is  made 
for  those  who  have  not  sufficient  maturity  and  self-control  to  study  profitably 
under  these  conditions.     It  is  not  a  school  for  children. 

None  are  admitted  to  full  membership  until  they  have  honorably  passed  a 
probation  of  six  months.  None  will  be  received  under  sixteen  years  of  age,  unless 
committed  to  the  care  of  some  approved  resident  of  the  place ;  nor  any  under 
fourteen,  except  by  special  arrangement  with  the  Faculty. 

Boom  rent  in  the  Ladies'  Hall  is  $10  a  term  for  each  occupant,  including  lights 
and  the  privileges  of  the  house.  Each  room  is  Intended  for  two  ladies,  and  is 
provided  with  carpets  and  other  necessary  furniture,  including  straw  bed.  All 
other  articles  of  bedding  will  be  furnished  by  the  occupants ;  also,  lamps  and 
tal)le  napkins.  No  room  will  be  considered  engaged  for  any  term  unless  two 
dollars  are  paid  ou  the  rent,  which  sum  will  be  forfeited  if  the  room  is  not  tal^en, 
unless  written  notice  to  that  effect  is  given  to  the  Treasurer  at  least  one  week 
before  the  opening  of  the  term. 

Fuel  is  furnislied  as  required,  the  charge  being  according  to  the  amount 
consumed. 

Room  rent  in  the  other  College  buildings  is  $3.50  per  term  ;  each  room  is  fur- 
nished with  a  stove  only. 

The  price  of  board  will  vary  with  the  cost  of  provisions.  At  present,  board  in 
the  Ladies'  Hall  is  $2.60  per  week  ;  in  private  families,  including  room  furnished, 
is  from  $3  to  $4  per  week  ;  fuel  and  lights  extra. 

The  Treasurer's  bills  are  payable  at  the  beginning  of  each  term  ;  board  in  the 
Ladies'  Hall,  each  half  term  in  advance. 

The  following  may  be  considered  as  a  near  estimate  of  the  necessary  expenses 
for  a  term  of  twelve  weeks,  in  any  department  except  the  Theological,  in  which 
there  is  no  charge  for  tuition,  incidentals,  room  rent,  or  use  of  Library. 

Tuition,  or  rent  of  Scholarship $  3  00      $  3  00 

Incidentals 2  65  2  65 

Library'  Fee 35  35 

Bo.-ird,  $3  25to$3  00per«eelc 27  00  to  .36  00 

Room  Rent 2  .50  to  10  00 

Lights  and  Washing 5  00  to  8  00 

liooks  and  Stationer)' 4  50  to  7  00 

Fuel,  Fall  and  Spring 3  00  to  6  00 

$48  00     $73  00 

EXTRA  CHARGES. 

Piano,  two  lessons  per  week $12  00 

Organ,  two  lessons  per  week 12  00 

Harmony,  two  lessons  per  week 5  00 

Cultivation  of  the  Voice 12  00 

Use  of  Instrument,  one  hour  per  day,. , 2  00 — 3  00 

Oil  Painting,  with  use  of  Models,  thirty  lessons 10  00 

Water  Colors _ 6  00 

Crayon  Drawing,  fifty  Lessons 7  00 

Perspective  Drawing 6  00 

Use  of  Musical  Library' 2  00 

Thorough  instruction  in  Vocal  Music  is  free  to  all. 

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Oberlin  College, 


SITUATION. 

Oberlin  1«  easily  accessible  from  all  parts  of  the  country',  being  situated  on  the 
I.nke  Short'  and  Michigan  Soutliern  Railway,  an  hour's  ride  from  Cleveland.  The 
Tillage,  of  over  three  thousand  inhabitants,  has  frrown  up  with  the  College,  and  is 
sluKularly  free  from  the  temptations  and  dangers  often  surrounding  colleges. 

Letters  of  ln<iuiry  may  be  addressed  to  the  President,  J.  H.  Fairchild  ;  to  the 
Principal  of  the  Prcparatorj-  Department,  K.  T.  Choss;  to  the  Principal  of  the  | 

I^adles'  Department,  Mrs.  A.  A.  F.  Johnston  ;  or  to  the  Secretary  and  Treasurer, 
Georgk  Kinney. 

CONSERVATORY    OF    MUSIC. 

ThiifDUch  and  practical  instruction  in  Cultivation  of  the  Voice,  Piano-Forte, 
Ortran,  Harmony,  and  Choral  Sitifjinp,  will  be  {riven,  for  all  of  which  the  services 
of  experienced  and  able  teachers  have  been  secured. 

The  classes  in  Choral  Sinpinp  are  free  to  all  members  of  the  Institution. 

Weekly  rehearsals  are  given,  at  wliicrh  pupils  who  are  competent  are  expected 
to  perform. 

Pupils  must  furiiisti  or  rent  tlieir  instruments  for  practice.  Pianos  can  always 
be  rented  In  the  village  at  reasonable  rates. 

Students  in  other  depannients.  taking  lessons  in  music,  are  required  to  make 
their  arrangements  witli  the  Professor  of  Music. 

Catalogues,  containing  full  particulars  concerning  this  department,  can  be 
olitained  by  addressing  Conservatory  of  Music,  Oberlin,  Ohio. 


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T^BTJXiAia     VIE-V^ 


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ihumsn 


af  College  ^Ia$j$e$  for  ml\  %m\\. 


Fall  Term,    1872 


Monday, 


j  Fresh. . 

( Soph. . . 


Rhetorical  Exercises 9 — 11 

Rhetorical  Exercises 10 — 12 


Junior !<.. 

Senkrrs .  - 


Rhetorical  Exercises 2 — 4 

Rhetorical  Exercises 1 — 3 


Hoik. 


Tuesday, 
Wednes. 
Thurs. 
Friday,    . 


8-9 


Mathematics-. 


Soph.. 

Juniors 

Seniors. 

,Ladies.  Physiology. 


1  Fresh. . 
Soph... 
Juniors 
Senicyrs 
Ladies. 


Bible  Class 

Elocution 

Elocution,  4  p.  M. 
Elocution 


9—10 

Mathematics 

Latin 

Ger.  6w.  Lat.  6w. 

Greek 

Guizot  German. 

Mathematics 

Latin 

Germ.6w.  Latin. 

Greek 

Guizot  German. 


10-11 

11-12 

Latin 

Greek 

Greek 

Logic 

Physiology 

Nat.  Philosophy.. 
Men.  Philosophy. 

Latin 

Bible 

Bible  Class 

Bible  Class 

Nat.  Philosophy.. 
Men.  Philosophy. 

Spring  Term,    I  873 


Monday, 


\  Fresh. 
'{Soph.. 


.[Rhetorical  Exercises.. 
.  I  Rhetorical  Exercises.. 


.  9-11 
.10-12 


Junixyrs 
■Seniors 


.Rhetorical  Exercises 2 — 4 

.Rhetorical  Exercises 1—3 


Hour. 


TUESD.^Y,1     ff^^^'' 

^orHff;.      I      Seniors   Butler 9w.  Pol.  Ec. 
i?  RID  AY,     J    [j^d^ies 


8-9 


f  Fresh.  . 
J  Soph 


Saturday,  i  Juniors  Elocut'n  Fri.&Sat. 

Seniors  Bible  Class. 

ILadieS.  Elocution 


9-10 


Latin  ... 
German  . 
Greek... 


German.  French 


Bible  Class 

German 

Bible  Class 

Eloc.  Fri.  &  Sat. 


10—11 


11-12 


Greek Mathematics 

Mechanics Greek  8w.  Botany. 

Chemistry Rhetor.  8w.  Latin. 

Men.  Ph.6w.  E.  Lit.  Hist.  Art.  Nat.  S. 


Greek 

Mechanics 

Chemistry 

Men.  Ph.6w.  E.  Lit. 


Mathematics 

Bible  Class ... 

Rhetor.  8w.  Latin. 
History 


Summer   Term,    1873. 


Tui^^T^.^        \  Fresh.  .  Rhetorical  Exercises 9 — 11 

MONDAY,      ]Soph...  Rhetorical  Exercises. ...10-12 


Hour. 


Tuesday,  1 
Wednes.  I 
Thurs. 
Friday, 


Juniors.. 


Rhetorical  Exercises 2 — 4 


8-9 


9—10 


Fresh..  Greek.. Latin  . 

Soph - Greek . 

Juniors  Astronomy ' 

i  Seniors  | Moral  Philos. 

I  Ladies.  French. 


Saturday, 


Fresh. . 
Soph. . . 
Juniors 
Seniors 
Ladies. 


Bible  Class. 


Astronomy 

Elocut'n  Fri. &  Sat. 
Elocution 


Latin 

Greek 

Eloc.  Fri.  ft  Sat. 
Bible  Class 


10—11 


I 


11-12 


Bot.  3w.  Eviden's. 


Mathematics 

German 

Lat.  8w.  Chemistry.  Natural  Science  . 
Political  Economy..  [Natural  Science  .. 
Paley  8w.  Chemistry  | 


Mathematics 

Bible  Class.... 

Lat.  8w.  Chemistry. 
Political  Economy.. 
Paley  8w.  Chemistry 


Bot.Sw.  Eviden's. 

Bible  Class 

Natural  Science.. 


The  members  of  the  Scientific  Department  and  of  the  Ladies'  Department  recite  with  the 
College  Classes  when  their  studies  are  the  same. 

Instead  of  the  Monday  Exercises  in  the  Table,  public  Rhetorical  Exercises,  consisting  of 
original  Orations  and  Essays  from  the  members  of  all  the  College  Classes  in  turn,  occur  on  the 
First  Mond.w  of  each  month — during  the  Fall  Term  from  3  to  5  i'.  M.,  and  during  the  Spring 
and  Summer  Terms  from  4  to  6  P.  M. 

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Cafcntlar, 


TERMS   AND   VACATIONS. 

1872. 

Full  Term  be^'ins Tuesday,  Sept.  :!. 

Winter  Vacation  begins Saturday,  Nov.  2S. 

Winter  School  begins Tuesday,  Dec.  3. 

1873. 

Spring  Term  begins Tuesday,  Feb.  IS. 

Spring  Recess  begins Saturday,  May  10. 

Summer  Term  begiii.s Wednesday,  May  14. 

Summer  Vacation  Ijoginia Thursday,  Aug.  T. 

VM  Term  begins Tuesday,  Sept.  2. 


PUBLIC    OCCASIONS. 

1873. 
.Junior  Kxhibition Wednesday,  May  7. 

-Vnniversary  of  tlie  Tlieological  Society Thursday,  May  8. 

Inion  Exhibition  of  the  College  Societies Friday,  May  9. 

.\nnlversary  of  the  Ladies'  Literary  Society Wednesday,  July  Iti. 

.\nnivcrsary  of  the  -Elioian  Society Wednesday,  July  23. 

Kxliibltioti  of  the  Senit)r  Preparatory  Class Wednesday,  July  30. 

Kxhibition  of  the  Conservatory  of  Music Thursday,  July  31. 

.\niiiversary  of  the  Phi  Delta  Society Friday,  Aug.  1. 

Aiuiiversary  of  the  Alpha  Zeta  Society  Saturday,  Aug.  2. 

Baccalaureate  Sermon Sunday,  Aug.  3. 

.\ddress  before  the  Missionary  Society Sunday,  Aug.  3. 

Anniversary  of  the  Phi  Kappa  Pi  Society Monday,  Aug.  4. 

Address  before  the  College  Societies Monday,  Aug.  4. 

Conclo  ad  Clerum Tuesday,  Aug.  5. 

Anniversary  Exercises  of  the  Ladies'  Department Tuesday,  Aug.  5. 

Address  before  the  Society  of  AlMinni Tuesday,  Aug.  5. 

Commencement Wednesday,  Aug.  6. 

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mo. 


CATALOGUE 


OF    THE 


OFFICERS  AND   STUDENTS 


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i 


FOR    THE 


COLLEGE  YEAR  1873-'74. 


CLEVELAND: 

PRESS   OF   FAIRBANKS,    BENEDICT  &   CO.,    HERALD    OFFICE. 
1873. 


BOARD  OF  TRUSTEES. 


Rev.  JAMES  H.   FAIRCHILD,    PRESIDENT. 

FRANCIS  D.  PARISH Sandusky. 

SAMUEL  D.  PORTER. Rochester,  N.  Y. 

Rev.  MICHAEL  E.  STSIEBY Newark,  N.  J. 

URIAH  THOMPSON Oberlin. 

Rev.  HENRY  COWLES Oberlin. 

JACEZ  W.  MERRILL.. Oberlin. 

Rev.  WILLIAM  B.  BKOWN Newark,  N.  J. 

Rkv.  SAMUEL  WOLCOTT Cleveland. 

A.  B.  NETTLETON Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Rev.  E.  B.  FAIRFIKL.J Mansfield. 

Rev.  WOLCOTT  B.  WILLIAMS Charlotte,  Mich. 

SETH  H.  SHELDON Cleveland. 


§[orres^ondtnij  ^^ embers  of  ihe  ^lumni. 


Rev.  CALEB  E.  FISHER Lawrence,  Mass. 

Bfiv.  WILLIAM  KINCAID.. Leavenworth,  Kan. 

JAMES  B.  T   MARSH Chicago,  III. 

Hon.  JAMES  MONROE Oberlin. 

LUCIAN  C.  WARNER,  M.  D... New  York  City. 


jjrudcutidi  Committee 


Pres.  J.  H.  FAIRCHILD.     Rev    HENRY  COWLES.     JABEZ  W.  MERRILL. 

Prof.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS. 
URIAH  THOMPSON.  GEORGE  KINNEY.  HIRAM  HULBURD. 


GEORGE  KINNEY,  Secretary  and  Treasurer. 
Prof.  G.  W.  SHURTLEFF,  Agent 


FACULTY 


Rev.  JAMKS  H.  FAIUCHILD,  President, 
prokkssor  of  tiieolociv,  and  avekv  professor  of  moral  philosophy. 

liEV.  CIlAltLES  G.   FINNEY, 

PROFESSOR   OI-    I'ASTOUAL   THEOLOGY. 

Kev.  JOHN  MORGAN, 

PROFESSOR   OF   NEW   TESTAMENT   LITEKATUKE   AND    BIBLICAL  THEOLOGY. 

JAMES  DASCt)MB,  M.  D., 

PROFESSOR    OF   CHEMISTRY,    liOTAN^     AND    PHYSIOLOGY,  AND    LIBRARIAN. 

Rev.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS, 

PROFHSSOK   OF    MKNTAL    PHILOSOPHY    AND    RHETORIC. 

Kev.  CHARLES  II.  CHURCHILL, 

PROFESSOR   OI-    MATIIEMAIICS   AND    NATURAL    PHILOSOPHY. 

Rev.  JUDSON  SMITH, 

PROFKSSOR   OF   CHL'KCH    HISTORY,  AND    LECTURER    ON    GENERAL   HISTORY. 

GILES  W.  SHURTLEFF,  A.  M., 

PROFESSOR    OF  THE    LATIN    LANCil'AGE   .\ND    LITERATURE. 

Rev.  ROSELLE  T.  CROSS, 

PRINCIPAL   OF   THE    PREPARATORY    DEPARTMENT. 

Kev.  HIKAM  MEAD, 

PROFESSOR   OF  SACRED    RHETORIC. 

Kkv.  WILLIAM  H.  RYDER, 

PROFESSOR    OF   THE    GREEK    LANGUAGE   AND    LITERATURE. 


PROFESSOR   OF    CEOLOCV   AND   NATURAL   HISTORY,  AND    LECTURER   ON    RELIGION    AND   SCIENCE. 

fenelon  b.  rice, 

PROFESSOR    OF   MUSIC. 

Rev.  ELIJAH  P.  BARROWS, 

PROFESSOR   OF   HEBREW    AND    OLD   TESIAMENT    LITERATURE. 


Kev.  HENKY  COWLES, 

lecturer  on  prophecy. 

Rev.  A.  HASTINGS  ROSS, 

SPECIAL   LECTURER   ON    CHURCH    POLITY. 


Rev.  WILLIAM  W.  PATTON, 

LECTURER   ON    MODERN    SKEPTICISM. 

ALMON  W.  BURR,  A.  M., 

TUTOR    IN    LATIN. 

JAMES  R.  SEVERANCE,  A.  M., 

INSTKUCTOk    IN    ELOCUTIDN. 

CHARLES  N.  JONES,  A.  B., 

TUTOR    IN    .MATHEMATICS. 

THEODORE  E.  BURTON,  A.  B., 

TUTOR    IN    GREEK. 

JAMES  K.  NEWTON,  A.  M., 

INSTRUCTOR    IN    GERMAN   AND    FRENCH. 

SAMUEL  S.  CRYER,  A.  B., 

TEACHER    OF    LATIN. 

AUGUSTUS  G.  UPTON,  A.  B., 

TEACHER    OF   GRAMMAR. 

Prof.  EDWARD  E.  KELSEY, 

TEACHER    OF   THE    PIANO. 

Mrs.  a.  a.  F.  JOHNSTON, 

PRINCIPAL   OF   THE    LADIEs'    DEPARTMENT. 

Miss  HELEN  E.  MARTIN, 

ASSISTANT   PRINCIPAL. 

Mrs.  HELEN  M.  RICE, 

TEACHER    OF   VOCAL   MUSIC. 

Miss  L.  CELESTIA  WATTLES, 

TEACHER    OF   THE    PIANO    AND    HARMONY. 

Miss  CAMILLA  M.  NETTLETON, 

TEACHER  OF  VOCAL  CULTURE. 

Miss  ANNA  M,  WYETT, 

TEACHER   OF   DRAWING   AND    PAINTING. 


Sadies*  Bonrd  of  ^nmQcrs 

Mrs.  a.  a.  P.  JOHNSTON.  Mrs.  MARY  L.  P.  KINNEY. 

Mrs.  MARIANNE  P.  DASCOMB.  Mrs.  MINERVA  E.  ELLIS. 

Mrs.  REBECCA  FINNEY.  Mrs.  ELIZABETH  S.  MEAD. 

Mrs.  SARAH  D.  PENFIELD.  Mrs.  AUGUSTA  B.  SMITH. 

Mrs.  MARY  B.  SHURTLEFF. 

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FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.  FAIUCHILD,  President. 
CHARLES  G.  FINNEY.  JOHN  MORGAN.  HIRAM  MEAD. 

JUDSON  SMITH.  ELIJAH  P.  B ARROWS. 


HENRY  COWLES.  A.  HASTINGS  ROSS.        WILLIAM  W.  PATTON. 

JAMES  R.  SEVERANCE. 


STUDENTS. 


SEN  lOR    CLASS. 

NAMES.  1.  KSIDENCES.  KOOMS. 

John  Whitman  Cowan Wheaton,  111 78  East  College  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1871. 

MoiiiTZ  Ernst  Eversz Pittsfleld Mr.  Eversz's. 

Ripon  College,  1871. 

lJAUzn.LAi  Meuwav  Long Fremont U  North  Professor  st. 

Kdwaud  Hvron  Payne Wiikenian 20  West  College  st. 

Iowa  College, 

Arthur  Tatpan  Reed Austinbiirg 16  Forest  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1870. 


.\.M)iti;w  Jamks  IIadi.ey Oberlin Mr.  Hadley's. 

A.  It.  Harutijn  Hohannesian Aintab,  Turkey 83  Tappan  Hall. 

Lewis  Thomas  Mason Oberlin Mr.  Mason's. 

JtflliOI'M 8 


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MIDDLE    CLASS 

NAMES. 

RilSIDENCES. 

ROOMS. 

Samuel  Jackson  Beach 

Pittsfleld 

.37  West  College  st. 

College  of  the  City  of  New  York,  1S7: 

Theodore  Elijah  Burton...'.  .  .. 

.Oberlin 

.  5  Elm  St. 

Oberlin  College,  1872. 

John  Morgan  Cumings 

.Tabor,  Iowa 

.  8  Forest  St. 

Oberlin  College,  1872. 

Joseph  Franklin  Gibbs 

.  Agawam,  Mass 

.37  West  College  st. 

Westfield  Normal  School,  1868. 

Albert  Leverett  Gridley 

.Oberlin 

.19  East  Lorain  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1872. 

Simeon  Sanderson  Haines 

.Marshfield,  Ind 

.59  Tappan  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1872. 

Jonathan  Edwards  Higgins 

.Spencertown,  N.  Y.. 

.54  Tappan  Hall. 

Eben  Leander  Hill 

-St.  Clair,  Mich 

.48  Tappan  Hall. 

Michigan  University,  1872. 

Brainerd  Taylor  McClelland 

.Russia  ..'. 

.50  Tappan  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  i86g. 

Stephen  Decatur  Smith 

.Manchester,  Mo 

.37  West  College  st. 

Hillsdale  College.  1872. 

Woodford  Demaree  Smock 

.Fairfield,  Iowa 

.17  West  College  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1872. 

William  Drake  Westervelt 

..Oberlin 

.  3  South  Professor  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1871. 

Jacob  Winslow... 

.Henrietta,  N.Y 

-50  North  Professor  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1872. 

Eugene  Frederick  Atwood.. 

Abraham  Augustine  Cressman 

35  North  Main  st. 

Oberlin 

.Rochester,  Mich 

.39  West  Lorain  st. 

Benjamin  Franklin  Herrick 

.Saybrook 

.27  Tappan  Hall. 

Owen  Jenkins 

.Plainfleld,  N.  Y 

.58  Tappan  Hall. 

Lindsey  Arnold  Roberts 

.Knoxville,  Tena 

.20  North  Main  st. 

Delos  Adelbert  Strong 

.North  Adams,  Mich. 

.  2  North  West  st. 

Hillsdale  College, 

George  John  Webster 

.Grand  Rapids,  Wis.. 

.14  North  West  st. 

middles 

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JUNIOR    CLASS 


NAMPS.  RESIDEN'CES.  ROOMS. 

James  Giuek  Uowehsox Fitchville 39  North  Main  st. 

Oitcrbcin  University,  1871. 
IsKAKL  FiuowN Wetlrnii,  111 TOTappan  Hall. 

Whtatoii  College,  1872. 

CHAHi.ES  Cole  Cheegan Lebanon 33  West  College  st. 

Lebanon  Norni.il  School,  1869. 

SA.MUEL  SiLONAS  Cryer Majsvllle,  Ky 1  South  Professor  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1873. 

BrmtiTT  Hamilton  Fee Berea,  Ky 34  West  College  st. 

Herca  College,  1873. 

Nathaniel  Demster  Lanphear Olivet,  Mich 39  North  Main  st. 

Olivet  College,  1873. 

RouOLPH  Menk Casco,  Mich. 

Melancthon  Theological  Seminary,  1871. 

William  Brewster  Oleson Portland,  Me 8  West  Lorain  st. 

Maine  Agricultural  College, 

Milan  Packard Covert,  Mich 8  Forest  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1872. 

Edward  Anson  Paddock Baraboo,Wis 9  Elm  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1872. 

Jacob  P.  Riedinger Randolph 8  Forest  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1872. 

Augustus  Goodnow  Upton Eaton  Rapids,  Mich..  1  South  Professor  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1873. 

William  Rockwell  Wickes Oberlin 10  South  Professor  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1873. 

Melissa  W.  Cheegan Lebanon 33  West  College  st. 

Lebanon  Normal  School,  1871. 

Anna  Oliver Cincinnati 44  North  Main  st. 

Rutgers  Female  College,  i860. 


Ohville  Carlton  Clark Oberlin 18  North  Professor  st. 

Ohadiaii  Hours Ypsilanti,  Mich 36  West  Lorain  st. 

TH0.MA8  William  Williams Hubbard 59Tappan  HalL 


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FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 

JAMES  DASCOMB.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS.  CHAS.  H.  CHURCHILL. 

JUDSON  SMITH.        GILES  W.  SHURTLEFF.        WILLIAM  H.  RYDER. 


JAMES  R.  SEVERANCE.  JAMES  K.  NEWTON. 


STUDENTS. 


SENIOR    CLASS 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Dudley  Peter  Allen Oberlin 20  South  Professor  st. 

Matthew  Anderson Greencastle,  Pa. 61  East  College  st. 

Robert  Bruce  Bagby Oxford 5  Morgan  st. 

Benjamin  Franklin  Bellows Weeping  Willow,  Neb. .11  Forest  st. 

John  Adams  Ewalt Howland 25  East  College  st. 

Frederick  John  Thomas  Fischer.  .Elmhurst,  111 2  North  Professor  st. 

Rupert  Preston  Hodge Janesville,  Wis 9  West  College  st. 

Charles  Holway Russia - Mr.  Holway's. 

George  Franklin  Housley Canal  Fulton 25  Tappan  Hall. 

Frank  Pierce  Johnson Oberlin 21  East  College  st. 

Benjamin  Franklin  Koons Sulphur  Springs 10  Elm  st. 

Frank  Theodocius  Lee Kenosha,  Wis 3  College  Place. 

Thomas  Wentworth  Lincoln Antwerp 39  North  Main  st. 

Reuben  Henry  Markham .Albany,  Oregon 23  North  Prof essor  st. 

Benjamin  Marshall Sandusky 6  Forest  st. 

Raymond  Green  McClelland Russia 50  Tappan  Hall. 

Frank  McConaoghy Penfleld 25  East  College  st. 


Oberlin   College. 

NAMES. 

Aden  .Mahsii  McConougiiev 

NicnoF„v.>*  Mkssek 

Ti;i(UY   Ol.IVKK   I'lIII.I.IP.ei 

Ai.iiKUT  Tk.mim.i:  Swing  

Fkank  HirnsoN  T.wlok 

.1  VMKS  Hakvkv  'rr.i.LEii 

Wll.l.l  VM    I^lx;  AH   WOLCOTT 

TliO.MAS  St.vm.kv  \Vood 

FANNIK   KOUllESTKH   UlCE 

Ei.LGN  Amelia  Sherman 

ISAIiGt.  WlI.I.COX 

.Seniors     

RESIDENCES. 

Oberlin 

KOOMS. 

-  61  North  Main  gt. 

..Parnassus,  Pa 

..Laporte,  Ind 

Bethel 

..8.5  Tappan  Hall. 
..  4  East  Lorain  st. 
'.I  College  Place. 

..Oberlin 

..Morrison,  111 

..Cleveland 

..Brownsville,  Pa 

..Hortonville,  Vt 

..National,  Iowa 

..47  North  Main  St. 
..14  South  Professor  St. 
.-  6  Forest  st. 
-.80  Tappan  Hall. 

Ladies'  Hall. 

..      Ladies'  Hall. 

Ladies'  Hall. 

28 

..Clyde... 

ROO.MS. 

.  22  West  Lorain  st. 

JUNK 

NAMES. 

DwiOHT  Blachly  Bradley 

IlARUV  LEHOV   BKICKETT 

James  Pehry  Wehtz  Bkown 

AUTHUH  Tappan  Burnell 

William  Benton  Chamheulain.. 

Izaak  Walton  Fitch 

David  Hadi.ey  Flett 

Dennis  Goodsell 

DR      CLASS. 

RESIEDNCES. 

..Banjikok,  Siam  .. 

..E.Lake  George,  N.y. 
..Carey 

-Central  City,  Col 

.East  Springfield,  Pa.. 

..Rochester,  Pa 

..Kenosha,  Wis 

..12  Elm  St. 
-.29  East  College  st. 
.27  West  College  st. 
..  8  West  Lorain  St. 
-.59  East  College  St. 
-.60  East  College  St. 
21  Snrin  tr  of 

Hastings  Hoknell  Hakt 

AzEL  Hatch 

.loiiN  Johnston,  Jr 

MVKON    nuURETT   LOUGHEAD 

'I'llOMAS   M( ClELI/AND 

.Iekome  Dolson  Mills 

l.ANMAN  .IaMES    NeTTLETON 

1            fiUUNKY   MaHAN   OkVIS 

..Cleveland 

..Chatham 

..16  Mechanic  st. 
..66  North  Main  st. 
14  Elm  St. 

.Akron 

-Windham  ._ 

..Mendoii,  111 

-Canton,  HI 

.Oberlin 

-.25  East  College  st. 

-.21  Spring  st. 

. .  6  Forest  st. 

..39  Mechanic  st. 

..27  West  Lorain  st. 

..22  Spring  St. 

..  8  West  Lorain  st. 

..16  Mechanic  st. 

...53  South  Professor  St. 

-Atlanta.  Ill 

.Oberlin 

-Oberlin 

IIOllART  Kinoshuuy  Painter 

.Imiin  Fishkk  Peck 

Harlan  Pacje  Hdjierts 

Frank  Aliiert  Hose 

-Aiulover 

.Carlisle 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Charles  Jackson  Ryder Oberlin 33  North  Main  st. 

William  Sanders  Scarborough  ..Macon,  Ga _ 61  East  College  st. 

Willis  Parsons  Spring Roseniond,  111 10  West  Lorain  st. 

Mekritt  Starr... Moline,  111 37  West  College  st. 

Henry  Stone  _. Indianapolis.  Ind 30  East  College  st. 

George  Richey  Thompson Senecaville 23  North  Main  st. 

William  Huntington  Tibbals North  Royalton 19  West  Lorain  st. 

Fred  Kirtland  Tracy.. Mansfield. i  Elm  st. 

Columbus  Vennum Morrison,  111 9  Forest  st. 

John  Allen  Winters Clyde 60  East  College  st. 

CuiiViN  Stanley  Wood Manchester,  Iowa 30  East  College  st. 

Mary  Emm.a  Byrd Leavenworth,  Kan Ladies' Hall. 

Althea  Rosina  Sherman National,  Iowa Ladies' Hall. 

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SOPHOMORE    CLASS. 

.\AMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Joseph  Higgins  Adams Perrysburg 27  West  Lorain  st. 

Arthur  Chase  Andrews Oberlin 38  North  Professor  st. 

Chahi.es  Rich.\rd  Andrews Oberlin 38  North  Professorst. 

Henry  Liberty  Bates Canton,  111 15  South  Professor  st 

LYM.AN  Willard  Burr Oberlin 40  West  Lorain  st. 

Charles  Sidney  Bubwell Mercer,  Pa. 

Henry  Northrup.Castle North  Topeka,  Kan — 61  East  College  st. 

Clarence  John  Chase. Whittlesey 15  South  Professor  st. 

D.\Rius  D.\niel  Cl-AYTON Little  Sandusky.. 61  East  College  st. 

Elijah  Cooke Otto,  N.T 9  East  College  st. 

Henry  Fk.ascis  Derr Montville 26  Elm  st. 

Burt  Erastus  DeTo ...Oberlin 14  Mill  st. 

EiNiON  Cranogvab  Evans Potsdam,  N.Y .15  South  Professor  st. 

Edwin  Kellogg  F.\irchild Keokuk,  Iowa 10  West  Lorain  st. 

Frederic  Alden  Field  Oberlin 2  East  Lorain  st. 

William  Goodell  Frost Pecatonioa,  111.  .' 21  Tappan  Hall. 

John  Hanshue.. Western  Star 75  Tappan  Hall. 

William  Andrew  Hobbs Elsie,  Mich 19  West  Lorain  st. 

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^AMKS.  RHSIDRNCES.  KOOMS. 

Sylvanos  Converse  Huntinoton,  Jr.  .Pulaski,  N.  Y 15  South  Professor  st. 

OiuoN  John  Jolmfke Cobourer,  Ontario  ..20  North  Main  st. 

FiiANK  Gaudnkh  Lek liarabix),  Wis. 

Ki>WAUi)  Joseph  Malle Bedford 19  West  Lorain  st. 

CiiAiti.KS  Heeiik  .Mautin Oberlin 69  East  College  st. 

Fkedekick  William  Meadows Elyria. 

James  Edwaiuj  Morton Brownsville 48  West  College  st. 

Jui-iL'S  SiNcr.Aiu  Ogan Columbus  Grove...  9  East  College  st. 

William  Ottekiiein  Pringle Fremont 35  North  Main  st. 

George  Thompson  Reeves Newark,  N.  Y 27  West  Lorain  st. 

Da.n  Richards Oberlin 59  East  College  st. 

Clayton  Brown  Rockhill Oakland .25  North  Professor  st. 

Rovillcs  Rollin  Rogehs Alden,  Iowa 48  West  College  st. 

John  Ogilvie  Stevenson New  Haven,  Ct 3  South  Professor  st. 

George  Levkrett  Thompson Payson,  111 25  North  Main  st. 

RoiiEiiT  John  White. Henrietta 25  West  College  st. 

Ellen  Clorissa  Akers .-.Oberlin 11  Spring  st. 

Clara  Evangeline  Babcock Oberlin 35  West  Lorain  st. 

Metelill  Hannah  Huntington Pulaski,  N.Y Ladies' Hall. 

Agnes  Fitzhe.nry  Willia.ms Providence,  R.I. ...     Ladies' Hall. 

Lucy  I'lla  Wright.  Oberlin 35  West  Lorain  st. 

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FRESH  MAN    CLASS. 

NAME.S.  RESIDEN'CES.  ROO:m.S. 

MALCO.ME  Graeme  Alexander Clyde 35  South  Main  st. 

Chari,es  Whitfield  Allen Oberlin .68  South  Main  st. 

William  Capell  Calland Summcrfipid 00  North  Main  st. 

Frederic  .Vrthcr  Churchill Oberlin ...26  West  College  st. 

Adelbert  Benjamin  Coon Marengo.  Ill 23  North  Professorst. 

Ami'i.ias  .Milton  Countrvman Hasting.s,  Minn 37  North  Professorst. 

George  Edward  Crane Oberlin 38  South  Main  st. 

Ale.xandkr  Sylvanus  Eaton Alamo,  Mich 35  Tappan  Hall. 

Aliiert  John  Gilchrist Oberlin 37  North  Main  st. 

Herbert  Delos  Goodenough Barton,  Wis 53  Tappan  Hall. 

Evander  Joseph  Goodsell Nelson 21  Spring  st. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Archibald  Haddhn Euclid 6  Forest  st. 

John  Columbus  Harris Antwerp 18  North  Main  st. 

Benjamin  Albert  Imes Van  Wert,  Pa 1"  West  College  at. 

George  Onslow  Kinsman Thetford,  Vt 12  East  Lorain  st. 

Arthur  Desaline  Langston Washington,  D.  C 20  North  Main  st. 

JuDSON  Oncken  Leslie Princeton,  111 14  South  Professor  st. 

James  Robert  Logue Northfield 25  North  Professor  st. 

Charles  Albert  Marsh Pontiao,  Mich 73  Tappan  Hall. 

Robinson  Martin Youngsville 77  Tappan  Hall. 

Charles  Edwin  Monroe Oberlin 4  College  Place. 

WiNTHROP  DOAVNES  PAINTER Oberlin 22  Spring  st. 

Erwin  Hart  Richards Mecca First  Church. 

Joshua  Wells  Richey Seneoaville Society  Hall. 

Adelbert  Seluers.  .- Lodi _ 13  Elm  st. 

George  Albert  Ses.-ions Cleveland  8  West  Lorain  st. 

Sanford  Elihu  Shutt. Middleport 38  South  Main  st. 

James  William  Sibley Grafton 73  Tappan  Hall. 

Frederick  Shelton  Smedlev. Berea 19  West  Lorain  st. 

Henry  Herbert  Smythe Columbus  50  We.st  College  st. 

Merton  Morris  Squire Oberlin 3  College  Place. 

Francis  Marion  Wanser Wakeman 25  North  Professor  st. 

Albert  Marion  Wheeler Shelby 60  North  Professor  st. 

William  Dytanwal  Williams Pontypool,  Wales 55  North  Main  st. 

Alice  Lee  Armsby_ Council  Grove,  Kan 2  East  Lorain  st. 

Mary  Louisa  Drake Oskaloosa,  Iowa 19  East  Lorain  st. 

Caroline  T.  Stolp Aurora,  111 10  Forest  st. 

Ella  Jane  Strong Oskaloosa,  Iowa. 19  East  Lorain  st. 

Caroline  Wickes Oberlin 10  South  Professor  st. 

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FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.  FAIKCHILD,  President. 

JAMES  DASCOMB.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS.  CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL. 

GILES  \y.  SHURTLEFF.  ROSELLE  T.  CROSS. 


ALMON  W.  BURR.  JAMES  R.  SEVERANCE.  JAMES  K.  NEWTON. 


STTJDEITTS. 


SENIOR    CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Edward  A.  Leeper Atlanta,  IlL 

Wii.MAM  J.  Smith Elyria. 

Howard  J.Wood Madison. 

Seniors 3 


JUNIOR    CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

J.  Monroe  Marks Marengo,  lU. 

Edwin  C.  Silsby Selnia,  Ala. 

Horace  Smith Patnios. 

Henry  Ernest  Thayer Fredonia. 

Haukv  M.  Whedon Hinckley. 

Juniors 5 

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.     SOPHOMORE   CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

George  S.  Canfield Scotch  Ridge. 

Edwin  W.  Coit .North  Fairfield. 

Irving  W.  Metcalf Elyria. 

Albert  C.  Ross South  Bend,  Ind. 

Frank  E.  Shepherd Clayton,  Mich. 

Clemon  Snow _.. .Avon. 

Henry  E.  Thayer Freedom. 

Newton  Wyeth Newway. 

Soplioiiiores 8 


FR  ESH  MAN    CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Albert  W.  Alger West  Richfield. 

John  C.  Applkgate Oberlin. 

James  S.  Bailey Benzonia,  Mich. 

Julius  J.  Bliss Bissell's  P.  0. 

Adelbeut  B.  Bolton Oberlin. 

Carlos  Brown. Sacramento,  Cal. 

John  D.  Browning Belpre. 

Howard  H.  Carter Talmadge. 

LoRiN  H.  Cowles Baraboo,  Wis. 

Clarence  Cranston Milford  Center. 

De  Witt  C.  Eggleston Aurora. 

Frank  O.  Eggleston Aurora. 

William  T.  Fee Franklin,  Pa. 

Winfield  Flagler Armada,  Mich. 

Dyer  Ford Galva,  111. 

Mark  A.  Green Geneseo,  111. 

Frank  W.  Harrington Warren. 

Homer  B.  Holcomb Milo,  111. 

James  W.  Holton Oberlin. 

Elisha  M.  Hulburd Brownsville,  Neb. 

John  Kline Rensselaerville,  N.  Y. 

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NAMHS.  RESIDENCES. 

Hkiiukht  1).  L.VFKKKTV Toledo. 

Lauren  M.  Linuknbeko Kingston  Center. 

Geouge  B.  Lyon Maquoketa,  Iowa. 

JusiAii  J.  NuNN Norwalk. 

Okvili.e  F.  Randolph Dundee,  N.  Y. 

Geouge  M.  Ueweuu Cleveland. 

KiiwiN  B.  Runnels Newway. 

William  L.  Steele Galva,  111. 

Henhy  W.  Thompson. Payson,  III. 

Mauhice  M.  Warner Plainfleld,  111. 

FuKi)  Webster Rawsonville. 

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UTSTEVCTOHS. 


ROSELLE  T.  CROSS,  Principai,. 

ALMON  W.  BURR.  CHARLES  N.  JONES.  THEODORE  E.  BURTON. 

SAMUEL  S.  CRYER.  AUGUSTUS  G.  UPTON. 

Assisted  hy  Students  in  the  Seminan/  and  hii^her  classes  of  the  College  and 

Ladies'  De2Mrtment. 


STUDEITTS. 


Classical    Course. 


SENIOR    CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENXES. 

Bela  B.  Adams Copopa. 

Madison  W.  Beacon Mt.  Union. 

Burton  L.  Bostwick. Edinburg. 

William  A.  Bowen Oberlin. 

Charles  S.  Brown Oberlin. 

Thomas  Cashman Wakeman. 

Jamie  B.  Castle Honolulu,  Sandwich  Is. 

Gilbert  J.  Clark Wellington. 

Henry  Conner Burton,  111. 

Marion  F.  Cowan Hardin. 

Clarence  A.  Crist Western  Star. 

Walter  Dean Kelley's  Island. 

William  Daggett .Niagara  Falls,  N.Y. 

Charles  R.  Forrest ...Sauk  City,  Wis. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Lucius  B.  Fdlleh Nelson. 

Marcus  D.  Fullek Nelson. 

Henky  O.  Gardner Richville,  N.  Y. 

Samuel  Grant Oberlin. 

William  H.  Gray Oberlin. 

John  H.  Grose DesMoines,  Iowa, 

Edwin  A.  Hazeltine Busti,  N.  Y. 

William  N.  Johnson Oberlin. 

Oliver  H.  Koons Sulphur  Springs. 

James  H.  Kyle Urbana,  111. 

Oramel  W.  Lucas - Carson  City,  Col. 

Lucius  C.  Markham Oberlin. 

John  Marsland Chester,  Ct. 

Solon  F.  Massey Sandusky. 

William  B.  McIntyre Dekalb. 

Christopher  C.  MuKinney Columbia,  S.  C. 

Wilder  S.  Metcalf Elyria. 

James  D.  Monroe Town  Line,  N.  Y. 

Lindley  W.  Morris New  Lisbon. 

Charlks  E.  Morse -. Newburg. 

Arthur  W.  Nichols North  Eaton. 

MiLEY  C.  Rathbun Newberry. 

Charles  M.  Root Oberlin. 

George  H.  Rowland Clarksfleld. 

John  Schneider West  Bend,  AVis. 

Alberto  C.  Shattuck Newton  Falls. 

Omer  H.  Shepherd Georgetown,  Col. 

Karl  A.  Snyder Oberlin. 

Robert  S.  Snyder Oberlin. 

MiLFORD  H.  Squire Ofeerlin. 

Wesley  M.  Stover Lisle,  111. 

Howard  Tracy Mansfield. 

Eugene  A.  Tuttle. North  Amherst. 

Chakles  S.  Vaile Kokomo,  Ind. 

Solomon  Watkins Lawrence,  Kan. 

John  W.  Welsh Elyria. 

Geordie  Z.  Whitney Oberlin. 

Mki.ville  C.  Whitney Oberlin. 

Frank  A.  Wilcox Richfield. 

William  C.  Wilcox Richfield. 

Samuel  C.  Windsor Beaufort,  N.  C. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

RxANA  Cochrane.-. Baraboo,  Wis. 

Lunette  A.  Drew Oberlin. 

Grace  A.  Fairchild Oberlin. 

Adra  Holmes.. Mt.  Vernon. 

Eva  I.  L.iMB Oberlin. 

May  Kich.\rds Oberlin. 

LiLLiE  SciDMORE Washington,  D.  C. 

Seniors ..62 


MIDDLE    CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Elgin  P.  Abbott Lee,  N.  Y. 

George  C.  Bacon Brownhelm. 

Jason  A.  Barber Tontogany. 

David  E.  B.^rney Laporte,  Ind. 

Samuel  J.  Bassford East  Toledo. 

George  W.  Beattie Oberlin. 

Fred  Bellows Weeping  Water,  Neb. 

Dexter  M.  Billings North  Eoyalton. 

George  Boone,  Jr Mecca. 

Arthur  G.  Brown Oberlin. 

James  M.  Burham Oberlin. 

William  H.  Buss .Creston,  111. 

Harry  Cake West  Independence. 

FRiVNK  Canfield Cleveland. 

DwiGHT  H.  Clapp Kirtland. 

Beriah  F.  Cochrane Baraboo,  Wis. 

William  H.  H.  Colby Manchester,  N.  H. 

James  A.  Colemjvn Oberlin. 

J.i-MES  H.  CONDIT Tontogany. 

Nelson  F.  Cornish Mansion,  Wis. 

Everard  W.  Dascomb Wilton,  N.  H. 

Louis  V.  Denis Cleveland. 

Edward  W.  Doane Honolulu,  Sandwich  Is. 

David  H.  Drake Crawfordsville,  Iowa. 

Russel  B.  Drake Fostoria. 

Trowbridge  C.  Egleston ...Gaines,  N.  Y. 

Louis  P.  Ernst East  Saginaw,  Mich. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Henky  M.  Fay - Prairie  Depot. 

Wai.teii  V.  (iACE Olmstead. 

Ulrton  V.  Hales Amherst. 

Mahvin  n.  Haiiuison ChicaRo,  111. 

Miles  W.  Hakhison Lagrange. 

WiLLAKi)  A.  Hodge Janesville,  Wis. 

Eli  M.  Hoover Bennett's  Switch,  Ind. 

Or,ivEK  K.  HoovKK Cleveland. 

D.  WiLLEY  HuLBCKT Seville. 

Henry  J.  H"ull Sandusky. 

Charles  H.  Johnson Nashville,  Tenn. 

William  P.  .Tones Fulton,  Tenn. 

James  H.  Leonard Bridgewater,  Mass. 

Nestor  Light - Chicago,  HI. 

Milan  D.  Long - Fremont. 

John  McDoavell Chicago,  111. 

Fhank  G.  Mead - Marengo. 

William  M.  Monroe Oberlin. 

John  S.  Nelson New  Baltimore,  N.  Y. 

Fred  J.  Owen New  York  City. 

WiLLi.\M  J.  Paddock Baraboo,  Wis. 

James  E.  Pearson  Mallet  Creek. 

Wd.MAM  H.  Peck Oberlin. 

Willis  H.  Post Springfield,  111. 

J.  Lee  Richmond. Berlin  Heights. 

Henry  Kicker Kelley's  Island. 

Charles  S.  Roberts North  Chili,  N.  Y. 

George  M.  Sherman Henrietta. 

Charles  J.  Siddall Oberlin. 

Samuel  R.  Singer Covington,  Ky. 

Joseph  F.  Smith Pittsburgh,  Pa. 

O.  Stillman  Snow Avon. 

Charles  S.  Strong Seville. 

Charles  A.  Stuart Washington,  D.  C. 

Walter  S.  Sullivan West  Liberty. 

George  W.  Sutton Oberlin. 

Edward  H.  Taylor Summerfleld. 

Ben.iamin  Thompson Urbana. 

Henry  F.  Tonsino Bedford. 

.Joseph  E.  Vaile Kokorao,  Ind. 

George  B.  Van  Waters Rensselaer  Falls,  N.  Y. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCHS. 

CORWiN  G.  Warden Oberlin. 

Walter  R.  Watkins Wytheville,  Va. 

William  Whitehorn Panama,  S.  A. 

Jennie  Bebout Savannah. 

MiTTiE  Bebout Savannah. 

Myra  a.  Edwards Oberlin. 

Essie  B.  Johnson __,Fitfhville. 

Carrie  E.  Kingsbury Oberlin. 

Alice  E.  Mead Oberlin. 

Ella  C.  Thompson Geneva. 

Middles 78 


JUNIOR    CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Benjamin  F.  Aldridge Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

R.  Edwin  Alger West  Richfield. 

Lynn  Arnold Randolph,  N.  Y. 

George  A.  Ashman Weeping  Water,  Neb. 

Heman  O.  Averill New  Preston,  Ct. 

Benjamin  D.  Bagby Oxford. 

Edwin  R.  Bagby —  Oxford. 

Robert  J.  Baird Martinsburg. 

ROYCE  A.  Bass West  Randolph,  Vt. 

Charles  W.  Black Reynoldsburg. 

Isaac  Blackwell Oberlin. 

Stephan  E.  Boots Neigliborville,  111. 

Shadrach  B.  Bows - Oberlin. 

Charles  J.  Bucklin Grand  Rapids. 

Frank  A.  Btince Troy,  N.  Y. 

William  C.  Bunce Oberlin. 

Albert  Burnham ...Milford  Center. 

Orin  B.  Cady Oberlin. 

Daniel  D.  Cameron West  Bend,  Wis. 

Emmor  Campbell.. Salem. 

Frank  C.  Case West  Bloomfleld,  Ct. 

Wilbur  F.  Catton Rushfort,  N.  Y. 

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NAMF.S.  RESIDENCES. 

Ai.\  A  It.  (  iiAKFKK Windham. 

Elijah  V.  (i.emons Da>'ton. 

Hkkhkut  W.  Colk Peninsula. 

W.\i,TKU  Om-eman Oberlin. 

Ransom  U.  Collyek North  Fairfield. 

nuiiTON  D.  Crane Oberlin. 

Gkokce  O.  Cuomweli. Black  River. 

Demas  H.  Dewey Leroy,  N.  Y. 

Petek  V.  DoDD - Salt  River,  Mich. 

Meuhkk  S.  E.MiiKEE - Malta. 

Isaac  L.  Freem.4.n Big:  Plain. 

Wilbur  G.  Freese Brunswick. 

George  S.  Griffith Castleton,  N.  Y. 

rilARLES  S.   IlACKET AVOH. 

Byuon  1{.  Harrison Lagrange. 

J.VMES  H.  Helwio Gnadenhutten. 

George  C.  Herkimer Xew  York  City. 

Arthur  E.  Hershxzer Shelby. 

Champion  R.  Hoatz Canal  Fulton. 

John  V.  F.  Holter Cleveland. 

Charles  S.  Holyoke Chicago,  111. 

Oliver  E.  Hotchkiss South  Kirtland. 

Bayaku  T.  Houston Frankfort,  111. 

P'reii  Hovey Munson. 

Arthur  C.  Jones Galena. 

Josei'H  a.  Julian Model  City.  Mich. 

Francis  M.  Koons Sulphur  Springs. 

William  H.  Logan Bourneville. 

Julian  W.  Lyon Copley. 

Frank  W.  Main Wilmington,  111. 

William  H.  Mason Nankin. 

George  A.  Maston White  Sulphur  Springs,  W.  Va. 

Edwin  H.  Merrill Cleveland. 

Samuel  (i.  Messer Parnassus,  Pa. 

CiiARi,ES  1).  Miner Lima,  N.  Y. 

George  W.  Moore Cleveland. 

Henry  C.  Muckley Pierce. 

Mautin  1).  MUGAN Tilsonburg,  C.  W. 

Andrew  H.  Noah Peninsula. 

David  D.  Osiiorn North  Dover. 

JuDSON  C.  Paddock Baraboo,  Wis. 


Oberlin   College. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

William  C.  Pardee Windham. 

Frank  O.  Pierson Condit. 

Jesse  K.  Pierson Goodrich,  Mich. 

Henry  K.  Polk - - Oberlin. 

Delos  a.  Pope.. Bowling  Green. 

John  S.  Reynolds — Pentwater,  Mich. 

Albert  R.  Rhea Bristolville. 

W.  H.  Robison. Stockton,  Cal. 

V.  H.  Rood Oberlin. 

J.-VCOB  A.  RowE Shelby. 

Elbert  B.  Rowland Patchogue,  N.  Y. 

Amos  T.  Russell Wakeman. 

Charles  A.  Seeley Bristol,  Ind. 

J.  P.  Seward Norwalk. 

Charles  F.  Sloat Sacramento,  Cal. 

Thomas  P.  Smith Cairo,  111. 

Zera  M.  Smith Guy's  Mills,  Pa. 

John  R.  Smithea Oberlin. 

Frank  H.  Snow Parma. 

James  W.  Star Bryan. 

William  "V.  Stevens Berea. 

J.  Frank  T.\ylor Spiceland,  Ind. 

Ira  Thompson Freedom. 

Sumner  C.  Thompson Ripley. 

Aaiasa  Thornton ...Depeyster,  N.  Y. 

Alvin  B.  Tillinghast Berlin  Heights. 

WiLLARD  L.  TORREY Oberlin. 

Ernest  V.  Underhill Lagrange. 

E.  Newton  Van  Tassel Milton  Center. 

Heber  S.  Van  Valkenbergh Maiden  Bridge,  N.  Y. 

George  B.  Walker Richville. 

Charles  E.  Walters ..Chagrin  Falls. 

George  C.  Westervelt Oberlin. 

Herbert  E.  Westervelt Oberlin. 

William  J.  Wheeler Shelby. 

Charles  Wilkins Cleveland. 

Royal  J.  Wilkinson Columbus. 

James  P.  Woodbury Bowling  Green. 

James  G.  Woolworth Westfleld,  Mass. 

Juniors ...102 

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English  Course, 


NAMES.  KESIDENCES. 

Hkn.i AMix  V.  AdaiIi Oberlin. 

Chahi.ks  G.  Adams Perrysburg. 

Chaiii-ks  T.  Adams Copley. 

lUiiTON  W.  Alice Forrest. 

Pkhhy  B.  Andehson Penn  Line,  Pa. 

EziiA  A.  Atwater Newhiiifr. 

George  G.  Baker North  Fairfleld. 

RoiiKKT  J.  Baldersox Avon. 

EiiENEZER  p.  Barnes Stony  Creek,  Ontario. 

Homer  B.  Barney Jericho  Center,  Vt. 

Frank  Barritt New  London. 

Boi.iver  K.  Beach Pittsfleld. 

L.  Clifton  Beardsley Mentor. 

Will  C.  Beardsley Huntsburir. 

Frederick  H.  Beers Peninsula. 

Augustus  A.  Bell Oberlin. 

H.  Edwin  Bell Hardin. 

Frank  A.  Beman Antwerp,  N.  Y. 

Melvin  R.  Bennett Elyria. 

Willis  E.  Biggs Sullivan. 

Clinton  Black West  Liberty. 

James  F.  Bodman Suliny,  III. 

Dell  Boice Rochester  Center. 

William  J.  Bonsor North  Amherst. 

Charles  J.  Boone East  Mecca. 

David  S.  B(joth Corpus  Christi,  Texas. 

EL.MER  D.  BoSTWiCK Edinburg. 

William  O.  Bowles Xenia. 

Austin  Bradley Broad  Ripple,  Ind. 

Harmon  Bredheck Germanvillo. 

Edward  Brooks Quaker  Bottom. 

Hamilton  J.  Brooks Newburg. 

.loiiN  \V.  ItHowN Oberlin. 

Robert  1!.  Iti  ioians Oberlin. 

William  11.  HritHANS Oberlin. 

Charles  P.  Blrras Fairfield. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Robert  H.  Calaway -. Ironton. 

William  C.  Callendbb - Dayton. 

Cleon  F.  Card.. Vienna. 

Charles  M.  Carey Salem. 

Caius  a.  Chapman.. Huntingrton. 

Flavitjs  M.  Chapman Huntinston. 

Alpheus  D.  Charlton Sulphur  Springs. 

Earl  S.  Clark ...West  Richfield. 

George  Clark London,  England. 

Leonard  D.  Clark Huntsburg. 

Frank  B.  Cole Creston,  Iowa. 

Jj\.MES  H.  Cole Fulton,  Mo. 

James  M.  Colwell Baton  Rouge,  La. 

Andrew  G.  Comings ..Oberlin. 

Homer  F.  Comings East  Berkshire,  "Vt. 

Seth  Comstock Oberlin. 

Philip  M.  Condit Tontogany. 

Charles  J.  Cooper Mt.  Vernon. 

Frank  A.  Coblett Cleveland. 

William  L.  Cox. Frederitktown. 

Walter  Cranston ...Broadway. 

William  R.  Crary South  Kiitland. 

Willie  O.  Curtiss Oberlin. 

Waldo  K.  Daniels Waterville. 

Frank  W.  Davis North  Amherst. 

Hugh  L.  Davis West  Winfleld,  N.  Y. 

Arthur  W.  Dean Kelley's  Island. 

George  M.  Derr Sharon. 

Elijah  Dodd Waterville. 

Wallace  C.  Drake Sullivan. 

Edgar  Draper Plainden. 

Richard  H.  Dunston South  Salem. 

Charles  L.  Eager Cleveland. 

James  S.  Edmonds Avon. 

Darius  L.  Edwards Huntington. 

Alden  C.  Eldridge Rochester. 

Emmer  p.  Ellett Bedford. 

James  Ellis Portland,  Wis. 

Judson  T.  Elton Lordstown. 

John  E.  England.. ...Fostoria. 

William  W.  Epps Tampico. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Chaui.ks  a.  Favel Oberlin. 

Chahles  Fenton Newton  Falls. 

David  C.  Fisheu Romney,  W.Va. 

Fay  C.  Foixett - Oberlin. 

Thomas  S.  Fokhest Scotch  Ridge. 

Meuhitt  Fostek Lagrange. 

Chakles  F.  Fowler Batavia,  111. 

Edward  W.  Frazer Ravenna. 

Wii.mam  a.  Frost - Litchfield,  Mich. 

Zacuariah  Gar.v Fremont. 

Charles  H.  Gates East  Rockport. 

George  L.  Gill Oberlin. 

Joseph  B.  Glover Oberlin. 

Charles  R.  Goodenough Baraboo,  Wis. 

Frank  W.  Gordon Oberlin. 

Charles  W.  Gott - Lagrange. 

LOBERDO  T.  Gott Lagrange. 

George  T.  Greeley Nashua,  Iowa. 

William  M.  Gregory Berea. 

James  Hamilton Kelley's  Island. 

Karl  J.  Hammond East  Richfield. 

James  Handyside Lagrange. 

Ernest  G.  Hanscher East  Cleveland. 

George  F.  Harpster Bellevue. 

Joseph  J.  Harris Copley. 

Frank  R.  Haven North  Eaton. 

James  R.  Hawkins Oberlin 

William  Henry Oberlin. 

Arthur  Herbert Macedonia. 

George  Hill Vinton. 

Henry^  a.  Hill 

Addison  L.  Hinkley New  London. 

Henry  G.  Hitchcock Painesville. 

William  H.  Hodge Oberlin. 

Charles  H.  Hopkins West  Bloomfleld,  N.  Y. 

Edwin  F.  Hopkins Oberlin. 

David  A.  Hossler Greenwich. 

Charles  D.  Hughes Edinburg. 

Harmon  S.  Hungerford Oberlin. 

Charles  E.  I.ngraham Sullivan. 

Charles  \V.  Isham Waterville. 

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NAMES.  RHSIDENCES. 

Joseph  Jackson Mason,  Mich. 

Arthur  C.  Johnson - Cleveland. 

Charles  S.  Johnson Oberlin. 

Lyman  Kellogg - Lapeer,  Mich. 

Will  S.  Kellogg Ashland. 

Ira  a.  Kent - Genoa. 

Arthur  P.  Klmball Oberlin. 

Henry  F.  Kimball Brooklyn.  N.  Y. 

Myrox  a.  Kirkland Ligonier,  Ind. 

Frank  Knight -- - Blissfleld,  Mich. 

Charles  "W.  Knowles -.- Lajrrange. 

Anson  C.  Lamb - Oberlin. 

Virgil  D.  Lane - Holly  Springs,  Miss. 

William  E.  Langdon... - Avon. 

Edward  W.  Lee Randolph.  N.  Y. 

David  L.  Leslie Burrell,  Pa. 

Frank  F.  Lippett Grey's  Mills,  Pa. 

Burt  S.  Loomis Huntsburg. 

Albert  E.  Loring - Berlin  Heights. 

Frank  W.  Lutz ...Elmore. 

Elmer  M.  Lyman Mulberry  Corners. 

ISHM.4EL  Manuel Olmstead  Falls. 

Christian  T.  Martin Vermillion. 

George  E.  Mabtindale — Oberlin. 

Alfred  S.  McCaskey Sulphur  Springs. 

William  D.  McCleery West  Alexander,  Pa. 

James  McCleery West  Alexander,  Pa. 

John  L.  McClell.^nd Mt.  Jackson,  Pa. 

Samuel  McConaughy Penfleld. 

Charles  McDonald East  Clarksfleld. 

William  McDowell Henrietta. 

Charles  H.  Melchoin De  Kalb. 

Charles  P.  Minch Vermillion. 

William  Mitchell St.  Agnes,  Eng. 

Herbert  E.  Moore Fulton,  N.  Y. 

H.4RRY  L.  Moses.. Cleveland. 

Orlando  C.  Moss.. Eaton. 

John  S.  Mowry Milan. 

Joseph  Mull Pittsfield. 

F.  C.  Murray Plainfield,  111. 

Orlo  C.  Nelson Cos  Ridge. 


Oberlin  College. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Daniki.  Nkshit Riiwsonville. 

Ja.mes  J.  NUBY Lafayette,  Ind. 

Wll.MAM  H.  OSHOKXK Haiiiliii. 

Salmon  A.  Pauukk Windliaiii. 

Amson  a.  Parker Euclid. 

DwiGHT  A.  Paumelee Liverpool. 

Fkank  D.  Parsons Oberlin. 

CHARr.ES  K.  Peck - Wakeman. 

Ernest  S.  Peck - Brecksville. 

Virgil  C.  Peck AVakeman. 

Seth  Peek Berlin  Heights. 

Howard  S.  Penfield Penfield. 

William  H.  Penx - Burlington. 

IsH.VM  Peterson Oberlin. 

Alvah  B.  Pierce - Medina. 

Lafayette  Pierson Goodrich,  Mich. 

Thomas  H.  Pittengkh Shelby,  Mich. 

James  K.  Polk Chicago,  111. 

PLvHLAN  Pomeroy' Strongsvllle. 

William  S.  Prosser ..New  London. 

Charles  J.  Ransom New  London. 

John  F.  Ransom Columlms. 

Albert  H.  Rathbun _ Oberlin. 

Frank  E.  Rathbun Oberlin. 

Ben.iamin  F.  Rees Smiley,  Pa. 

Wir,LiAM  H.  Reeve Brooklyn. 

Joseph  S.  Rich Elyria. 

Frank  G.  Kohb Oberlin. 

BiRU  Richmond North  Amherst. 

RossEL  B.  Roe Norwalk. 

Frankt.in  J.  RoLLiN Ridgeville. 

Avery  S.  Root Millville,  N.  Y. 

Olin  Rose Camden. 

Jasper  A.  Rouse High  Gate  Springs,  Vt. 

Elmer  E.  Rowland Clarksville. 

Thaddeus  H.  Rowland Oberlin. 

E.  Child  Ryder Weybridge,  Vt. 

Lucius  H.  Sanfohd Gaines,  N.  Y. 

Frank  E.  Sawyer Newburg. 

Charles  C.  Shepherd Coshocton. 

Albert  J.  Sherman Henrietta. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Byrox  B.  Sherman.- Henrietta. 

Andrew  F.  Slade Lake  Village,  Ark. 

James  N.  Small - Aurora. 

Henry  F.  Smith - Bellevue. 

Lucius  S.  Smith Cumberland. 

William  G.  Smith Oberlin. 

William  Spencer - - - Columbus. 

George  P.  Sperry Talmadge. 

Alfred  L.  Squire -- Oberlin. 

Milton  G.  Starr Penfleld. 

John  W.  Stevens Greenville,  Ala. 

Jay^  H.  Stewart Cleveland. 

James  B.  Stocking .Elyria. 

Wakben  T.  Stone - Worthington,  Ind. 

Leslie  L.  Streeter - - Freedom. 

William  H.  Strong -- Oberlin. 

John  B.  Stuart Washington,  D.  C. 

Edward  M.  Sturges - Mansfield. 

William  C.  Sturtevant - Buggies. 

Henry  L.  Summer - Leetonia. 

Charles  A.  Taylor Elyria. 

Lafayette  Taylor - -•- — Smiley,  Pa. 

George  W.  Tennant Camden  Center. 

George  F.  Thayer... ..PennLine,  Pa. 

George  T.  THf^MAS Greenwich  Station. 

J.\MES  A.  Thompson Veron. 

Albert  J.  Thrasher -. Burton. 

James  C.  Tobias Bucyrus. 

Edwin  J.  Tom.. Columbus. 

Charles  Van  Wagner North  Eaton. 

Edwin  E.  Wait Oberlin. 

Leonard  C.  Wallace Macedonia. 

Edward  W.\rd Kelley's  Island. 

Fletcher  Ward Huntington. 

James  A.  Wabing Oberlin. 

Eli  «.  Warner Oberlin. 

Robert  L.  Webber Atwater. 

Ira  B.  Welch Lodi. 

Fred  L.  Wenham Cleveland. 

Charles  L.  Wheeler Columbia  Station. 

Morris  L.  Wheeler Shelby. 

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NAMFS.  RESIDENCES. 

W 11, 1. 1  AM  W.  Wheelock Oberlin. 

James  M.  White Atwater. 

(>.  A.  Whitney Oberlin. 

WiLMAM  Wight Oberlin. 

William  H.  Wilkes Perry,  N.  Y. 

Ch.vhles  a.  Wilcox .BrecksvlUe. 

ACGDSTDS  WiLDMAN - Sandusky. 

John  O.  Willard Cleveland. 

Charles  S.  Williams Oberlin. 

Seneca  B.  Williams Gustavus. 

RuFUs  N.  Wilson Penfleld. 

William  W.  Woodside Osceola,  Ind. 

Edwin  J.  Worcester Oberlin. 

Ambrose  J.  Young Four  Corners. 

Jacob  K.  Young Mt.  Vernon. 

James  .\-  Young Gustavus. 

Eu^li^ili  Course 257. 


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FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 
Mrs.  a.  a.  F.  JOHNSTON,  Principal. 
Miss  HELEN  E.  MARTIN,  Assistant. 
JAMES  DASCOMB.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS.  CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL. 

JUDSON  SIVHTH.  GILES  W.  SHURTLEFF. 


ALMON  "W.  BURR.  CHARLES  N.  JONES. 

JAMES  K.  NEWTON. 


LADIES'  BOAUD  OF  HAITAGEBS. 


Mrs.  a.  a.  F.  JOHNSTON.  Mrs.  MARY  L.  P.  KINNEY. 

Mrs.  MARIANNE  P.  DASCOMB.  Mrs.  MINERVA  E.  ELLIS. 

Mrs.  REBECCA  FINNEY.  Mrs.  ELIZABETH  S.  MEAD. 

Mrs.  SARAH  D.  PENFIELD.  Mrs.  AUGUSTA  B.  SMITH. 

Mrs.  MARY  B.  SHURTLEFF. 


STUDENTS. 


FOURTH   YEAR. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Mary  Jane  Alvord Bolton,  Ct. 

Catherine  Goodwin  Clapp Kirtland. 

Edith  Dickson - Wellington. 

Ceua  Rosett  Doolittle Ontario,  Ind. 

LucT  Ellen  Dunlavy Hennepin,  111. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Amki.ia  Lodema  Fehkis Oneida,  111. 

Mauoahet  Flack Canfleld. 

Elizabeth  Patterson  Graham Lexington. 

Mary  Ellen  Kennedy Brunswick. 

LrcETTA  Melescent  King Lenox. 

Keuecca  Catherine  Koons Sulphur  Springs. 

Martha  Jane  Maltby Bristolville. 

Georgietta  Thompson  McClelland -. Oberlin. 

Emma  Ann  McCormick Hartland. 

Orrie  Louisa  Warner Wellington. 

Mary  Bell  Wells Huntington. 

Elizabeth  Whitney Oberlin. 

Foiii'tli  Year 17 


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THIRD    YEAR. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Carrie  N.  Allen Oberlin. 

Matilda  W.  Andrews Hudson,  N.  Y. 

Ellen  J.  Brickett East  Lake  George,  N.  Y. 

Emma  I.  Critmrine ...Nova. 

Luna  B.  Eastman Royalton,  Wis. 

Florence  A.  Gilchrist Oberlin. 

Ellen  J.  Hall Oberlin. 

Angeline  K.  Hatch Lisle,  HI. 

Margaret  A.  Hine Berlin  Heights. 

Mattie  R.  Jackson Oberlin. 

Anna  H.  Jones Oberlin. 

Mary  E.  Kenney Oberlin. 

M.  Olive  McKinney Stirling,  HI. 

Martha  J.  Nichols Oberlin. 

Florence  C.  Nichols Oberlin. 

Mary  A.  Penfield Oberlin. 

Mary  A.  Prosser New  London. 

Fannie  A.  Stevens River  Falls,  Wis. 

Emma  D.  Tennant Camden. 

Lizzie  C.  Walker Champion. 

Ella  White Clyde. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Fannie  L.  Wilcox Twinsburg. 

Amy  E.  Wilcutt Oberlin. 

Alice  Wright Marblehead. 

Myra  Wright - Oberlin. 

Tliird  fear 2.5 


SECOND    YEAR. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Sarah  R.  Allen Brecksville. 

Charlotte  E.  Andrews Little  Rock,  Ark. 

Eugenia  S.  Beach Perrysburg. 

Ida  Cassell Frederlcktown. 

Henrietta  M.  Clapp Huntsburg. 

Louisa  H.  Clark - Huntington. 

Belle  De  Veny -..Cleveland. 

Emily  Ewing Randolph,  N.  Y. 

Abby  M.  Field Oberlin. 

Mary  Frayer Carson. 

Inez  Gridley Clarksfleld. 

Mary  M.  Hunt Otto,  N.  Y. 

Lillie  Jackson ..- Oberlin. 

Mary'  E.  Lane  ,.- Wellington. 

Clara  E.  Leonard Willoughby. 

Henrietta  M.  Loring - Berlin  Heights. 

Mary  E.  McClelland... Des  Moines,  Iowa. 

Ella  A.  McConoughey Oberlin. 

Julia  Osborn Bainbridge. 

May  Race North  Ridgeville. 

Jennie  M.  Sours Findley. 

Sar.ih  E.  Strong.. Seville. 

S.4.hAH  C.  Thompson ..Kensington,  Mich. 

Viva  F.  Thompson.. Denver,  CoL 

Mary  M.  Tibbals North  Royalton. 

Etta  M.  Webster Red  Wing,  Minn. 

Helen  C.  Wheeler Butler,  Mo. 

S-\rah  J.  Zurmehly Yellow  Bud. 

Second  Year 28 


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RFSIDbNCFR. 


NAMES. 

Metta  V.  Ai.niuCH Dover. 

ELi/.AiiETii  \V.  Anuerton Bedford. 

Maky  E.  Andrus Oberlin. 

Esther  A.  Barnes Talmadge. 

Josephine  U.  Bateham Painesville. 

Helen  Bell Oranseville,  Mich. 

Sarah  I.  Bell Seville. 

Alice  C.  Bisuee Ashton,  R.  I. 

Cora  K.  Broughton Peninsula. 

Lottie  A.  Burr Morrison,  111. 

Nettie  I.  Burr _.  Oberlin. 

AONES  Caldwell Erie,  Pa. 

Luella  Cassell Fredericktown. 

Ella  L.  Chambkrs Bucyrus. 

Minnie  L.  Chester.. Oberlin. 

Alta  M.  Clemans Dover. 

Clara  S.  Clisbee - Oberlin. 

Jennie  J.  Coi.ton Oranpre,  Conn. 

Mary  Colvin - Clyde. 

Caroline  V.  Cornell Sharonville. 

Gertrude  Crapser Lyons,  Iowa. 

Harriet  A.  Dunham Bennington,  Vt. 

Clara  M.  Eaton Oberlin. 

Amanda  Frow Winchester. 

Fannie  A.  (i  ardner Mallet  Creek. 

Maicv  E.  Gaston Sterling,  111. 

Flor ENfE  H a H H IS Oberlin. 

Josie  Jenny Greenwich. 

Mary  C.  Johnson Oberlin. 

Loretta  Kennedy Brun.swkk. 

Carrie  L.  Leonard Scotland,  Mass. 

Anna  W.  Martin Oberlin. 

LorriE  M.  Martlino St.  Louis,  Mo. 

Anna  J.  .Mead Cormvall,  Vt. 

Lizzie  A.  Meadows Elyria. 

Helen  Millspaugh Clinton,  Mich. 

Sylvia  \V.  Mount Fredericktown. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Hattie  M.  Munger  _ Chicago.  111. 

Mary  S.  Myers Mansfield. 

Mattie  a.  Parker Chagrin  Falls. 

Letitia  a.  Parsons La  Grange. 

Ella  M.  Payne Oberlin. 

Carrie  C.  Phelps Russia. 

Ella  Pierce _ Champion. 

Jennie  F.  Kidlon  .-. Lawrence,  Mich. 

Minnie  Robb Oberlin. 

Emma  J.  S.\FFi)RD Madison. 

Lid  A  R.  Seymour Oberlin. 

Sarah  M.  Sit.sby Selma,  Ala. 

Emma  J.  Smith ...Pittsfleld. 

Flora  H.  Snow _ Avon. 

Eunice  D.  Southworth Sargent's  Bluffs,  Iowa. 

Jennie  Strong Huntsburg. 

Effleda  V.  Thompson Medina. 

May  Thornton Michigan  City,  Ind. 

Grace  E.  Tucker ...Plymouth. 

Sarah  C.  Tucker Plymouth. 

Anna  C.  Washburn Med  way,  Mass. 

Maria  Wemple _• Collamer. 

Leila  Wheelock Oberlin. 

Georgia  H.  Whyte Jerome. 

Sadie  J.  Woodson Berlin. 

Josephine  Woodworth West  Andover. 


First  Year... 63 


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8 elect    €o  vi t s e . 

NAMES.  KKSIDENCES. 

Camsta  Anukews - Kiver  Falls,  Wis. 

F.MMA  K.  IlAHBEK Amlieist. 

Sahaii  .\.  IliiADLEY Bangkok,  Siiuii. 

Sahaii  a.  Uensox .Beloit,  Wis. 

Haiihiet  L.  Cooi'ER Frederiektown. 

Aduie  M.  Ckowj.ey - Randolph,  N.  Y. 

Ei.vENE  CtruTis - Columbus,  Pa. 

MAitv  A.  CUHTiss Medina. 

AlJItlE  E.  CUSHMAN Mattooii,  111. 

M  utY  A.   DuA.N    -    :SIilaii. 

Anms  IJ.  Foku Peovia,  111. 

Fannie  F.  Foku Peoria,  111. 

Enuie  .1.  Hamilton ClarkslnuK,  Ind. 

Em.ex  a.  Hayes Hanover. 

Mauy  .1.  Landen Erie,  Pa. 

Hauuiet  Lee Kenosha,  Wis. 

Julia  Lewi.s Pleasanton,  Mich. 

Cauoeine  E.  Mastick Rockport. 

Estelle  McClum Ravenna. 

Ernestine  Mergleb Wheeling,  Dl. 

Lucy  H.  Metcalf. Elyria. 

Sylvia  W.  Mount Frederiektown. 

Mauy  C.  Monroe Oberlin. 

Anna  C.  Powers  Oberlin. 

Nora  Reed Plymouth. 

Mauy  K.  Rich Elyria. 

Fannie  Uosecrans Henrietta. 

Ellen  C.  Shaw  Covert,  Mich. 

Mauy  Strieby Newark,  N.  .T. 

Jennie  Sutton Lapeer,  Mich. 

Lottie  J.  Viets Oberlin. 

Emily  K.  Wait Ravenna. 

Leonora  Wiieelock Oberlin. 

Select  Course 33 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Hattie  Abbott Huntington,  "W.  Va. 

Jennie  D.  Ackelson Oberlin. 

Addie  E.  Adair Osawottomie,  Kan. 

Mattie  M.  Adams - Clarksfield. 

Alice  Alexander Oberlin. 

LiLLiE  L.  Allen Cleveland. 

Maria  Allen Rockport,  N.  Y. 

M.  Kate  Allen - Middleport. 

Amanda  Ames Mantua. 

Sadie  A.  Anderton Bedford. 

Flora  Andrews .Camden. 

Easter  Armstrong - New  Haven,  Ct. 

Emily  L.  Bacon Burlington,  Ct. 

Edna  C.  Bailey Amherst. 

Ella  M.  Bailey Oberlin. 

Ora  O.  Baker _.- _ Lucas. 

Minnie  A.  Barlow Cleveland. 

Julia  Barnard.. Oberlin. 

Alice  Barnes... Townsend. 

Emma  M.  Barnes Hardwick,  Mass. 

Hattie  A.  Barnes Four  Corners. 

LuRA  L.  Barnes Hardwick,  Mass. 

Mary  E.  B.^rnes Fitchville. 

Sarah  Barrett Marion. 

Mand.\  D.  Beach Rusffles. 

Mary  Be.\ch Rugrgles. 

Mary  C.  Bell Henrietta. 

Williana  H.  Benchley Houston,  Texas. 

Minnie  M.  Bently Bedford. 

Clara  J.  Biddle Bucyrus. 

Lottie  E.  Bingham Cleveland. 

JuLi.A^  M.  Bishop .^..Laporte. 

Mary  E.  Blanchard Birmingham. 

Rosa  M.  Blount Evansville,  Ind. 

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NAMHs.  RESIDENCES. 

Maui  \  Itu  ah  iiwait Pittsfleld. 

M.VHCiA  A.  lluAV Kollorsville. 

l,iiiiiih:  A.  UUEWSTKK Oberlin. 

I'AN.MK  HuKiGS Moneoyc,  N.  Y. 

Alice  U.  Bhown Oberlin, 

Cl.iha  niiowN Chagrin  Falls. 

K.M.MA  IIkow.v Oberlin. 

II  ATTiK  liuvANT Vemiillion. 

Mi.NMK  HfusLKV Wakenmn. 

Sadie  IJutson Oberlin. 

StrsAN  A.  Caooon Avon. 

Jennie  Camekon Kelley's  Island. 

l-'.M.MA  M.  Cauvku Manchester,  Vt. 

Eva  J.  Cease Amherst. 

Ida  Cease Amher.st. 

JosiE  Chapman Huntiiifrton. 

Lizzie  C.  Chase Edinburg. 

Ida  A.  Childs Cha;Qrrin  Falls. 

Minnie  A.  Chubb Dover. 

Caimhe  a.  CL.4PP Hunts))urg. 

Alice  Clakk Twinsburg. 

E.  Lkmiiia  Clark _ Ravenna. 

Hattik  S.  Clahk Huntin','ton. 

Leila  E.  Clark Hudson. 

Mahv  T1.  Clahk Ravenna. 

Minnie  a.  Clakk Huntington. 

Julia  M.  Clay Fairview,  Idaho. 

Lizzie  A.  Cochran Twinsburg. 

Ida  Comstock Oberlin. 

Zephyr  Comstock Oberlin. 

Jennie  Corp Dexter  City. 

Maui  a  Crosby Nelson. 

Alice  Crum rine Troy. 

•Ii-LIA  E.  Curry Cross  Creek,  Pa. 

Ida  Cuykendall Bucyrus. 

Lena  S.  Davis Cxalena,  HI. 

Carrie  E.  ;)ay.... Sheffield. 

Lii.i.iK  S.  Day Sheffield. 

Ei.KiK  DeXn Oberlin. 

Ko.XANA  Dereemer Wakeman. 

HATfiK  Derr Sharon. 

3  8 


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N  VMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Mattie  F.  Dodge Ravenna. 

Clara  Doskell -  - Greensburg,  Tnd. 

S.  Louise  Dott - East  Springfield,  Pa. 

Ettie  L.  Douglas - Berlin  Heights. 

Letitia  Douglas -  -  -Berlin  Heights. 

Nellie  Douglas Berlin  Heights. 

May  R.  Drake.. ..Marion. 

Ella  J.  Dwyer.. West  Berkshire,  Vt. 

Alice  L.  Eames Chicago,  111. 

Nora  E.  Earl Plymouth. 

JuLi.A^  Edwards Warren. 

Nellie  A.  Eggleston Aurora. 

Kate  L.  Ellett Bedford. 

Lillie  M.  Ellis .Oberlin. 

Florence  Ewalt .Howland. 

Ella  J.  Farrar Oberlin. 

Lucy  M.  Fellows Cleveland. 

Anna  L.  Ferguson Henrietta. 

Helen  L.  Ferguson Henrietta. 

Ella  Fitzgerald Painesville. 

Mame  Fitzpatrick - .Columbiana. 

May  Fletcher Ravenna. 

Jennie  Freeman Oberlin. 

Florence  E.  Gage Olmstead. 

Eva  a.  Gardner Mallet  Creek. 

Ell.a.  E.  Gates New  London. 

Pearly  Gates Perrjsburg. 

Nettie  J.  Gawn Amherst. 

Jennie  L.  Gott La  Grange. 

Maggie  Graham Carlisle. 

Ida  M.  Hadden Euclid. 

Emma  C.  Hall - Hudson. 

JuLi.-i.  Hammond Detroit,  Mich. 

Martha  R.  Hanchett Twinsburg. 

Mary  C.  Harrison Granville,  111. 

Annie  E.  Harter Crawfordsville. 

Jessie  Hartshorn Marblehead. 

Annie  E.  Hatch Worcester,  Mass. 

Callie  p.  Hayes Middlefield. 

Emma  E.  Healey Brooklyn. 

Flora  A.  Heath Florence. 

3  9 


NAMES.  RESIDEN'CKS. 

Ai.icK  Hexhy Oberlin. 

Dei.i.a  .1.  Hi(  KOK Mecca. 

Ma  Id  A  Hkks - Danville. 

Mattie  Higbek Cleveland. 

luA  A.  HiociNS -Henrietta. 

Alice  Hinmax Edinl)urK. 

Aketiusa   Hohh.'5 Eleie,  Mich. 

Si'SiE  E.  HOBBS Elsie,  Mich. 

Liu-iEN  HOLBROOK Cleveland. 

Fkances  J.  Hoi.LiDAY Springfield. 

L.  Ada  Holliday Sprinpfleld. 

Ada  Holman Fort  Wayne,  Ind. 

Mauv  Hoi-mden Cleveland. 

Adah  V.  HoRR Ravenna. 

EviE  Howe Hillsborough. 

Cauuie  HiiiniARD Cincinnati. 

E.  .1.  Hr  15 HARD Oberlin. 

Diana  A.  Hull Ru.ssia. 

Anna  Htrliurt Chicago. 

Sallik  a.  Hutchinson  ... Nevada. 

MACfiiE  M.  Hutchinson Nevada. 

Carrie  Imes Benzonia,  Mich. 

IlETSEV  A.  Jackson Pittsburgh. 

Alice  Jacobs Lafayette. 

Carrie  E.  Jewett ...Newburg. 

Anna  M.  Johnson Burton. 

Ella  Johnson Huntington. 

LovisA  A.  Johnston Johnson. 

Hki.i.e  Jordan Greencastle,  Ind. 

Makv  J.  Kelsey Brownsburg. 

Susie  Kendalf Cavendish,  Vt. 

Esther  Kendeioh Amherst. 

Ha(  MEi.  Kern Lodi. 

Sarah  M.  Kimball Green  Bay,  Wis, 

Adelia  King Oberlin. 

Lottie  A.  Kingsbury Detroit,  Mich. 

Linnie  La  Dow Oberlin. 

Maria  L.  Lamb Oberlin. 

LiLUE  M.  Lamson Cleveland. 

Em. A  A.  Lane Twinsburg. 

Emma  Leach Traverse  City,  Mich. 

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NAMES.  REEIDEN-CES. 

Hattie  Leach Traverse  City,  Mich. 

Victoria  E.  Leavell -.. Cincinnati. 

Mary  T.  Leonard.. Oberlin. 

Eliza  J.  Lester — Avon. 

Nellie  Lewis - Oberlin. 

Lizzie  H.  Lincoln Antwerp. 

Gertie  Long - Marion. 

Mary  C.  Longbon Eaton. 

Maria  H.  Loomis Charleston. 

Mary  F.  Loomis Huntsburg. 

Flora  Lovel.4ND New  Haven. 

Claka  E.  Luellan Westfield. 

Stell.a.  E.  Madison Rome,  Ind. 

Hattie  Mallory South  Haven,  Mich. 

Augusta  Marshall Rochester. 

Hattie  E.  Martling St.  Louis,  Mo. 

Mary  Mawhir Westfleld,  N.  Y. 

H.'K.ttie  L.  McDowell .Oberlin. 

Eva  M.  McIntyre De  Kalb. 

Della  McLeod Oberlin. 

Annie  Mead Hartland. 

Kittie  I.  Meyers Janesville,  Mich. 

Libbie  S.  Mills - Elyria. 

Alice  J.  Minton Tontogany. 

Hettie  C.  Minton Tontojrany. 

Lillie  C.  Minton Tontogany. 

Ada  E.  Mitchell Ridgeville. 

Libbie  Moles Pittsburgh,  Pa. 

Mary  Moles Pittsljurgh,  Pa. 

Mary  Montgomery. Huiricane,  Miss. 

Rebecca  Montgomery Hurricane,  Miss. 

Emma  Moore Galesbure,  111. 

Lottie  Moore Galesburg,  111. 

Mary  A.  Moore Martin. 

Emma  Morehead Benton  Ridge. 

Frankie  Morse ..Oberlin. 

Kittie  Morse Oberlin. 

Laura  Mosher Brighton. 

Carrie  L.  Munger Jonesville,  Mich. 

Fannie  M.  Nelson Olm.stead. 

Eva  M.  Nettleton Medina. 

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NAMF.S.  RESIDENCES. 

K.MMA  A.  Oi'Kciui) Oberlin. 

Cahiuk  M.  I'aioe Russia. 

.Ii  i.iA   M.  I'AUJE -Russia. 

A  .N.N  A  I'AHKEK - Altamont,  Tenn. 

Chloe  Fauks West  Farinington. 

.Mav  G.  Pauks Huntington. 

Ella  Peak Berlin  Heights. 

Hattie  a.  Peet.^ Mesopotamia. 

Ella  G.  Pelton _  Vermillion. 

Maky  C.  Penfield Oberlin. 

Edith  Pettibo.ne Germanville. 

Emma  E.  Philips East  Cleveland. 

Helen  L.  Poe Ravenna. 

Alice  U.  1'ohter Nova. 

Sakaii  a.  Pokter Catawba  Island. 

LiniiiE  Prosser Hartland. 

Nebraska  Quigley .-Vermillion. 

Anna  E.  Uamsdell Marblehead. 

May  Reed Monroe. 

Elsie  Rey.nolds Painesville. 

Lucretia  Ricei Ripley. 

Flora  Richardson Westfleld. 

Ida  Rollin North  Eaton. 

Ph ebe  M.  Rollinson Pi ttsfleld. 

H.  Lizzie  Rood Oberlin. 

Mary  L.  Russell Rootstown. 

Florence  K.  Ryan Grafton. 

Eliza  K.  Sanderlin Portsmouth. 

S.  Uelle  Sayre West  Liberty. 

Alice  Searle Berkshire. 

Fannie  A.  Sessions Cleveland. 

Lacra  E.  Sharpe Waltham,  Mass. 

Fannie  A.  Sheldon Adrian,  Mich. 

Addie  Sheh.man Marengo. 

JE.SSIE  S.  Si.MMONS Graf  ton. 

LocLsE  M.  Singer Waterville. 

Cora  K.  Slemons Corydon,  Ind. 

Marcia  a.  Slemons Corydon,  Ind. 

Ella  A.  Smith Olmstead. 

Laimia  C.  Smith Adams  Mills. 

Lepha  Smith Huntington. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Matilda  Smith Boswell. 

Mary  E.  Smithey  ._ - St.  Louis,  Mo. 

Lucy  L.  Snow Avon. 

Lydia  E.  Spaulding --- Henrietta. 

Mattie  E.  Spensley _. Galena,  111. 

Frankie  Spitzer -- - Medina. 

ELiz.i  E.  Stekle - ISIelniore. 

AdelLiA  p.  Steyrns -- Oneida,  III. 

Maggie  E.  Stevens West  Jefferson. 

Fannie  P.  Ston-e Tallniadjje. 

Nellie  Sutliff Carlisle. 

ASENA  I.  Tanner St.  Louis,  Mo. 

Ukstjla  L.  Taylor Allegan,  Mich. 

Clar.\  M.  Tennant Camden. 

Dora  E.  Thomas Greenwich. 

Ada  a.  Thompson Hudson. 

Emma  Thompson Syracuse,  N.  Y. 

.Maky  G.  Thompson Kensington,  Mich. 

Maky  Townsend Sheffield. 

C.A.RRIE  L.  Towson Cleveland. 

LuELLA  S.  Trowbridge ...Russia. 

Laura  E.  Truesdale Four  Corners. 

Hattie  E.  Van  Ostrand Neenah.  Wis. 

Nellie  Van  Tyne Cincinnati. 

Bertha  E.  Waite Batavia.  N.  Y. 

Lottie  B.  Walker Amherst. 

Lizzie  M.  Warner Oberlin. 

Bell.\  L.  Waters Bristol,  Pa. 

Emma  S.  Webster Four  Corners. 

Matilda  B.  Wehrmeister Oberlin. 

Bella  J.  Wells Claridon. 

Maby  a.  Whedon Hinkley. 

Aggie  Whitney Pittsfleld. 

Mary  B.  Wilcox Russia. 

Ella  Willard Baraboo,  Wis^ 

Florence  C.  Williams Lafayette. 

Sarah  A.  Williams Westfleld. 

Viola  Wilson Wakeman. 

Ettie  Winchell Kingsbury,  Ind. 

Carrie  H.  Witham Dover. 

Della  Wood .Carlisle. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Err  IK  W.  Wood Carlisle. 

1, 1 1 1 A  A .  W o( ) n KOKD Hartford . 

.III. I A  A.  WoousoN Berlin  Heij^hts. 

Li  I. I.I  t:  WvANUT Wilinot. 

Preparatory 284 


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FACTJLTT. 


JAMES  H.  FAIKCHILD,  President. 

FENELON  B.  RICE,  Director. 

EDWARD  E.  KELSEY.  HELEN  M.  RICE.  L.  CELESTIA  WATTLES. 

LOUISE  S.  PARKER.  CAMILLA  M.  NETTLETON. 


STT7DE1TTS. 


GENTLEMEN 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

George  W.  Andrews Oberlin. 

Ernest  F.  Appy.. , Rochester,  N.  Y. 

James  S.  Bailey - Benzonia,  Mich. 

Bolivar  K.  Beach -. Pittsfield. 

Augustus  G.  Bell - Oberlin. 

Edward  W.  Blake - Amherst. 

J.  Willie  Brindle North  Springfield,  Pa. 

Charles  S.  Brown Oberlin. 

Lyman  W.  Burr Oberlin. 

Grin  B.  Cady Oberlin. 

Harry  Cake West  Independence. 

Howard  H.  Carter Tallmadge. 

Henry  L.  Castle North  Eaton. 

William  B.  Chamberlain North  Springfield,  Pa. 

Harry  A.  Cook New  Oberlin. 

William  Doggett Niagara  Falls,  N.  Y. 

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NAMES.  RES.DENCKS. 

Fr^ntis  H.  Geek Obcrliii. 

E/.HA  1$.  Ckkh Tabor,  Iowa. 

Wii, 1,1AM  H.  (IKANNIS - Oberlin. 

Ckohcjk  S.  Chiffith - Castleton.  N.  Y. 

FiiANK  W.  Hahuington Warren. 

HOMKlt    15.    IIOLCOAIB - Milo,  111. 

Ja.mes  W.  Holton Oberlin. 

DousEY  W.  Hyde Titusville,  Pa. 

Thomas  H.  .lEWEi.t..... Oberlin. 

Ai.KXANDiCH  Johnston Pittsburg,  Pa. 

Frank  A.  Kei.ley Milan. 

Wii.i.AHii  Kimball - Oberlin. 

Hekhert  D.  Lafferty - Toledo. 

Georce  D.  Lyon .Maquoketa,  Iowa. 

Solon  F.  Massey - - Sandusky. 

Charles  E.  Monroe Oberlin. 

Frank  Mowry - Milan. 

Mautin  I).  Mugan - London,  Ontario, 

Hknkv  Okkwyler New  Washington. 

William  H.  Osuorn Hamden. 

William  J.  Paddock Baraboo,  Wis. 

Harlan  Pomeroy Strongsville. 

Charles  B.  Rice Greensburg. 

Herhert  W.  Kollin — Eaton. 

Lucius  S.  Smiih Cumberland. 

Stephen  D.  Smith Manchester,  Mo. 

James  W.  Starr Wellington. 

Nathan  C.  Underbill New  London. 

George  C.  Westervelt Oberlin. 

George  F.  Willis Corinth,  Miss. 

William  C.  Woods Greenwood,  Ind. 

Gentlemen 47. 


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LADIES. 

NAMES.  KE-IDENCES. 

Carrie  N.  Allen Oberlin. 

M.  Kate  Allen.. Middleport. 

H.  LiLLiE  Anderson Oberlin. 

Anna  M.  Andrews _ East  Clarltsfleld. 

Lottie  E.  Andrews Little  Rock,  Ark. 

Bessie  P.  Applegate Oberlin. 

S.  Frances  Asper _ Chillicothe,  Mo. 

Addie  M.  B.\ckus Oberlin. 

Emma  L.  Bacon Burlington,  Conn. 

Estelle  a.  Bailey Oberlin. 

M.  Anna  Baker Oberlin. 

Ora  O.  B.\ker Mansfield. 

Esther  A.  Barnes Tallmadge. 

Maggie  B.  Barnes Cumberland. 

Betsey  Barrett Clarksville. 

SAR.4H  Barrett Marion. 

Sallie  M.  Barrows Oberlin. 

Alice  E.  Bartelle _ Oberlin. 

Nellie  A.  Bartelle Oberlin. 

Maky  a.  Beach Kuggles. 

Mary  K.  Beach _ Buggies. 

Wanda  D.  Be.4.ch Haggles. 

WiLLiANA  Benchley HoustoH,  Texas. 

Della  Benham Norwalk. 

Clara  M.  Benn Oil  City,  Pa. 

Sarah  A.  Benson Beloit,  Wis. 

Cl.\ra  J.  BiDDLE ..Bucyrus. 

Alice  D.  Bierce Tallmadge. 

Lottie  E.  Bingham -Cleveland. 

Ell.a  R.  Bishop Oberlin. 

JuLi.i  M.  Bishop Laporte. 

Lilian  E.  Blachly _.. Cameron,  Mo. 

Cassie  K.  Bonewitz Van  Wert. 

Erankie  E.  Bosworth--- Oberlin. 

Sarah  A.  Bradley Bangkok,  Siam. 

LiBBiE  A.  Brewster Sandusky. 

Fannie  E.  Briggs Honeoye,  N.  Y. 

Emma  G.  Brown _ Oberlin. 

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NAMFS.  RESIDENCES. 

MA<;(iiK  .1.  ('Ai.i.vHAN Brantford,  Ontario. 

M.  Jen.me  Cannan - Camden. 

Ei.LA  Capi'EU Fremont. 

Alice  Caul?:ton St.  Clair,  Mich. 

C?:lestia  a.  Cakpenter Mount  Gilead. 

Nettie  C.\hpentf:r Eaton. 

Lizzie  K.  Case - West  Bloomfleld,  N.Y. 

Em.a  L.  Chamiieks Bucyrus. 

Maky  J.  Chambers Seville. 

Mattie  M.  Chase Buel,  N.Y. 

Ida  a.  Childs Chagrin  Falls. 

Lydia  L.  Chhyst Lordstown. 

C.\hrie  a.  Clai'p Huntsburg. 

L.  Edith  Ct.ark Oberlin. 

Etta  J.  Clark Huntsburg. 

E.  Lemira  Clark Ravenna. 

Mary  D.  Clark Ravenna. 

Mary  E.  Coates.. Benzonia,  Mich. 

Jennie  E.  Cohurn Oberlin. 

Annie  E.  Cole Randolph. 

Clara  J.  Comings ...Oberlin. 

Cora  B.  Cool?:y Walieman. 

Mary  D.  Coon Salineville. 

Harriet  S.  Cooper.. Fredericktown,  Pa. 

LiLLiE  Cooper Brownhelm. 

Gertie  Crapser Lyons,  Iowa. 

Oricy  V.  Crocker Galesburg,  111. 

TiLLiE  M.  Crouse De  Kalb. 

Addie  M.  Crowley Randolph,  N.  Y. 

DoLLiE  L.  CuLP Oberlin. 

Mary  S.  Cummings Clifton,  111. 

Hattie  CtRRY Cross  Creek,  Pa. 

Clara  S.  Curtis Medina. 

Amy  M.  Curtiss Oberlin. 

Ida  M.  Cuykendall Bucyrus. 

Mary  .1.  Davis Sandy  Creek,  N.  Y. 

Mary  A.  Dean Milan. 

Fannie  L.  Deering Buchanan,  Mich. 

Clara  C.  Deming Oberlin 

Helen  G.  De  Voe Newcastle,  Pa. 

Kosr.  IJ.  Dickson Independence,  Iowa. 

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NAMES,  RESIDW.NCES. 

MATTrE  F.  Dodge Ravenna. 

Clara  Doxnell Greensburg,  Ind. 

Mary  M.  Drake Le  Sueur,  Minn. 

May  R.  Drake Marion. 

Mame  C.  Eaton Norwalk. 

Carrie  C.  Ekert Millbury. 

Hattie  C.  Eldred Elyria. 

Rettie  Eltox - Lordstown. 

Susan  B.  Eshbaugh Tama  City, 

Mary  E.  Felton - Oberlin. 

Mame  Fitzpatrick - Columbiana. 

Mary  L.  Fobes Oberlin. 

Fannie  F.  Ford Peoria,  111. 

Ida  E.  Ford,- Haggles. 

Frances  A.  French Oberlin. 

Ethie  E.  Fry Kenton. 

Mattie  B.  Fry Kenton. 

Lucy  Fuller Oberlin. 

Alice  Gager Oberlin. 

Ev.A.  A.  Gardner York. 

Pearly  Gates Perrysburg. 

Allie  H.  Geer Oberlin. 

JuLLi.  D.  Geer Edinburg. 

Ida  a.  GibbS- Oberlin. 

Ella  J.  Gilchrist Oberlin. 

Edith  A.  Gipson Plymouth. 

Jessie  B.  Godd.\rd Elk  Rapids,  Mich. 

Alice  Hadden Euclid. 

Myra  a.  Hale Oberlin. 

Enrie  J.  Hamilton Clarksburg,  Ind. 

Ella.  A.  Hardy East  Clarksfleld. 

M.4.RY  C.  Harrison Granville,  111. 

Cora  C.  Hart Sandusky. 

Mary  L.  Hart ...Edinburg. 

Angle  K.  H.atch Lisle,  111. 

Flora  E.  He-^th Florence. 

LORETTA  B.  Hedden. .DeWitt,  Iowa. 

Jennie  Henry ...Oberlin. 

Floy  C.  Hinckley "Waukegan,  III. 

Maggie  A.  Hine .Berlin  Heights. 

Ada  E.  Hitchcock Perrysburg. 

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NAMKS.  RESIDENCES. 

LiMAN  E.  Hoi.uuoOK Cleveland. 

ItosA  r.  lliii.iiKOOK Pittsfleld. 

Emma  L.  Holm Cleveland. 

Cahkik  a.  IIowAni) Cincinnati. 

Emma  Howauu Newton  Falls. 

Geohoia  a.  Howe Elyiia. 

Diana  A.  Hui-l Oberlin. 

Mary  M.  Hunt - Otto,  N.  Y. 

NoKA  Huntku -- - Clyde. 

Jknnie  L.  Huntley Oberlin. 

Eva  Lilian  Hutchings Oberlin. 

Lucy  Adelaide  Hutchings Oberlin. 

E.mma  W.  Jackson Oberlin. 

Jennie  K.  Jackson. Oberlin. 

Caurie  E.  Jewett Newburg. 

Ella  A.  Jewett Laporte. 

Anna  JI.  Johnson Burton. 

Ida  J.  Jones Lagrange. 

Hulda  Kauffelt Mount  Sterling.  111. 

Fannie  M.  Keep Oberlin. 

Mary  Kelley Marblehead. 

E.MMA  Kellogg Ashland. 

Lei'iia  a.  Kklsky Brighton. 

Salena  Kilgore Polk. 

Sarah  M.  Kimball Green  Bay,  Wis. 

Jennie  R.  King Savannah. 

Lilian  M.  Lamson Cleveland. 

Ida  a.  Lammikar Oberlin. 

Victoria  E.  Leavell Cincinnati. 

Carrie  Lee Clyde. 

Clara  E.  Leonard Willoughby. 

Nellie  M.  Lewis Oberlin. 

Sarah  Lindsay ^... Perrysburg. 

Mary  A.  Lii-scomii Oberlin. 

Helen  F.  Loveland '. Oberlin. 

Clara  S.  Ludlow Knoxvillc,  Tenn. 

Clara  Estelle  Luellen Westfield. 

Hattie  J.  Lyman  Tallmadge. 

Hattie  M.  Mallory South  Haven,  Mich. 

Adella  E.  Mann Oberlin. 

Carrie  E.  Mastuk Rockport. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

EsTELLA  A.  McClun .Raveniia. 

Maky  E.  McDowell -,. - Oberlin. 

Adela  McLeod - -- Oberlin. 

Lauka  E.  McMull -Coshocton. 

Addie  a.  Mead _ Oberlin. 

Alice  E.  Mead Oberlin. 

Nellie  A.  Meuriam  _ Lagrange. 

Lucy  H.  Metcalf Elyria. 

KiTTiE  I.  Meyers - - - Janesville,  Wis. 

Libbie  S.  Mills Elyria. 

Maky  C.  Monroe Oberlin. 

A.  Jennie  Montgomery Oberlin. 

Uebecca  C.  Montgomery Hurricane,  Miss. 

A.  Moon Oberlin. 

Sarept.v  L.  >[<)0N. Avon. 

Sue  E.  Mt)REHOusE Norwalk. 

Lottie  E.  Morison... Oberlin. 

Mattie  L.  Morison ...Oberlin. 

Frankie  M.  Morse Oberlin. 

Kittie  Morse Oberlin. 

Hattie  a.  Munoer Chicago. 

Mary  S.  Myers Mansfield. 

Oleatha  G.  Neelet Fincllay. 

Camilla  M.  Nettleton Oberlin. 

Minnie  J.  Nettleton _. Oberlin. 

May-  Newkirk Ashland. 

Rosa  L.  O^VEN , Townsend. 

LuRA  E.  Palmer Willoughby. 

Ad.a  M.  Parker Liverpool. 

Louise  S.  Parker Lindenville. 

Mattie  A.  Parker... Chagrin  Falls. 

May  G.  Parks Huntington. 

Kittie  F.  Patterson ._ Oberlin. 

Emily'  E.  Peck Oberlin. 

Jennie  M.  Peck Oberlin. 

Ann.a  J.  Penfield Oberlin. 

Mary  C.  Penfield Oberlin. 

Emma  E.  Phillips Fast  Cleveland. 

Dora  D.  Phipps - Elyria. 

Sarah  A.  Porter Catawba  Island. 

Anna  C.  Prentiss - -Monroeville. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

K.MMA  Phick Steaniburg,  N.  Y. 

Mauy  a.  Prossek -  —  New  London. 

1{ A(  MK.r.  ('.  I'Luny - Antwerp. 

Mauy  Hkau Monroe. 

Eva  L.  IIeihngton Oberlin. 

Nora  Reed - Plymouth. 

Elsie  J.  Reynolds PainesvUle. 

Cr.AUA  Ij.  Rice Greensburg. 

LuCKETiA  IL  Rice Ripley. 

Flora  Richardson Westlield. 

Eunice  0.  Rider Cleveland. 

Jennie  F.  Ridlon Lawrence,  Mi(^h. 

Florence  K.  Ryan Grafton. 

Eli/.a  K.  Sanderlin Portsmouth. 

Clara  A.  Saxton Lagrange. 

Marion  J.  Sayles Antwerp. 

Laura  A.  Sharpe Waltham,  Mass. 

Allte  B.  Sherman Wakeman. 

Lizzie  H.  Sherman Elyria. 

Carrie  E.  Slayton Coshocton. 

Ruth  G.  Slayton Coshocton. 

Marcia  a.  Slemons .Corydon,  Tnd. 

Laura  C.  Smith Adams' Mills. 

Mary  S.  Smith Alden,  Iowa. 

Makv  Snyder Oberlin. 

Elkanora  O.  Steele Nashville,  Tenn. 

Maggie  E.  Stevens West  Jeflersou. 

Louise  M.  Streck Milan. 

Mary  Strieuy Newark,  N.  J. 

Jennie  M.  Sutton Lapeer,  Mich. 

Fannie  E.  Talkes Pittsfleld. 

Kate  I.  Taylor Williamsburg,  Ind. 

Ursula  L.  Taylor Allegan,  Mich. 

Edith  M.  Thomas Geneva. 

Sallik  J.  Thompson Ijmzil,  Ind. 

May  Thornton Michigan  City,  Ind. 

Helen  U.  Tinker Oberlin. 

EniTH  M.  Treat Cleveland. 

Bertha  E.  Waite Batavia,  N.  Y. 

Florence  Wallace Northfleld. 

Bella  I,.  Waters Bristol. 

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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Carrie  E.  Watkins -. - Morgan. 

Theano  Wattles - Oberlin. 

Etta  M.  Webster - Red  Wing,  Minn. 

Nellie  C.  Wheeler - Cleveland. 

Amelia  White .Cincinnati. 

L.  Lottie  Wilbur -- Oberlin. 

Amy  E.  Willcutt Oberlin 

Etta  E.  Willcutt Oberlin. 

Florence  J.  Williams Whittlesey. 

Sarah  A.  Williams Westfield. 

Viola  A.  Wilson ...Wakeman. 

Hattie  B.  Wood Eagle  Mills. 

Anna  R.  Woods... Gardner,  111. 

Tena  C.  Woodworth West  Williamsfleld. 

Ursula  Woodworth New  Haven. 

Sarah  A.  Worcester Oberlin. 

Lizzie  P.  Wright _ Oberlin. 

Ladles 260. 


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THEOLOGICAL  DEPAHT5IENT. 

Senior': 8 

Middles 20  Gentlemen 4i 

JcNioRs .,  ]8  Ladies ~ 

COLLEGE  DEPARTMENT. 

Seniors 28 

Juniors _ 33 

Sophomores.. 39  Gentlemen 124 

Freshmen 39  Ladies 15 

—  —   189 

SCIENTIFIC  DEPARTMENT. 

Seniors _ 3 

Juniors _ 5 

SOPHOMORfeS S 

Freshmen 32 

—  48 

LADIES'  DEPARTMENT. 

FouxTH  Year IT 

Third  Year __ 25 

Second  Year 28 

First  Year 63 

Select  CoiRSE .....  .S3 

—  166 

PREPARATORY  DEPARTMENT. 

CLASSICAL  COURSE. 

Seniors 62 

Middles 78  Gentlemen 228 

Jonioks 102  Ladies 14 

—  —  243 

ENGLISH  COUR-E. 

Gentlemen 257 

Ladies 284 

—  .541 

—  788 
CONSERVATORY  OF  MUSIC. 

Gentlemen 47 

Ladies 260 

—  807 

TOTAI 1489 

Deducting  those  reckoned  twia 118 

Whole  Number  of  Gentlemen 723 

Whole  Nu.mber  of  Ladies 648 

COHRECTED  TOTAL 1371 

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The  TheoloqicaTv  Depahtsient  is  designed  primarily  to  prepare  young  men 
for  the  Christian  ministry.  But  since  some  who  are  qualifying  themselves  for 
chairs  of  instruction,  or  for  S:ibl)ath  School  or  lay  missionary  work,  desire  the 
advantages  of  theological  study,  .such  persons  also  are  received  to  its  classes  on 
the  same  general  terms  as  others. 

The  conditions  of  admission  to  this  Department  are  hopeful  piety  and  a  Col- 
legiate education,  or  its  equivalent.  Applicants  are  expected  to  bring  a  certificate 
of  membership  in  some  evangelical  church.  Students  from  other  Theological 
Seminaries  are  admitted  ad  eundcm  on  presenting  a  regular  dismission;  and 
persons  may  be  admitted  to  advanced  standing  in  any  of  the  classes  on  satisfac- 
tory examination  in  the  studies  already  pursued. 

The  Terms  and  Vacations  are  the  same  in  all  Departments  of  the  Institution, 
and  will  be  found  in  the  Calendar. 

Students  in  Theology  incur  no  expense  for  tuition,  for  the  use  of  the  library, 
or  of  public  rooms,  or  for  any  incidental  purposes.  Other  expenses  will  vary 
according  to  the  personal  habits  and  tastes  of  each  Student. 

Aid  is  afforded  by  the  American  and  the  Ohio  Education  Societies  to  such 
Students  as  are  preparing  for  the  ministry.  The  Seminary  has  also  a  special  fund 
tor  the  aid  of  Students,  from  which  several  may  receive  a  partial  support. 

The  Preparatory  Department  furnishes  opportunity  for  teaching,  at  reasonable 
compensation.  Assistance  may  also  be  derived  to  some  extent  from  the  supply 
of  vacant  pulpits  in  the  vicinity.  With  reasonable  prudence  and  economy,  any 
Student  may  pursue  his  course  without  serious  interruption  or  embarrassment. 

The  Regular  Course  in  this  Seminary  occupies  three  years,  and  the  sub.iects  of 
instruction  are  distributed  as  follows : 

JUNIOR    YEAR. 

Hebrew — Elements  and  E.\egesis  ;  Greek  Harmony  of  the  Gospels  ;  Natural  Theology  ; 
History  ;  Hf^miletics  ;  Elocution  ;  especial  prominence  being  given  to  the  departments  of 
Greek  and  Hebrew  Exegesis. 

MIDDLE    YEAR. 

Revealed  Theology  ;  Homiletics ;  History  ;  Exegesis  of  Selections  from  the  New  Testa- 
ment with  Lectures  in  Biblical  Theologj' ;  Exegesis  of  Selections  from  the  Old  Testament 
with  Lectures  on  the  Messianic  Prophecies  and  Biblical  Introduction  ;  Elocution  ;  especial 
prominence  being  given  to  the  department  of  Systematic  Theology. 

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SENIOR   YEAR. 

Historj'  and  Positive  In-.titutions  ;  Homiletics  and  Pastoral  Theology;  Exegesis  of 
Selections  from  the  New  Testament  with  Lectures  ;  Exegesis  of  Selections  from  the  Old 
Testament  with  Lectures;  Elocution;  especial  prominence  being  given  to  the  departments 
of  Homiletics  and  History. 

LECTURES. 

Spcrial  courses  of  Lectures  are  provided  for  upon  Prophecy,  Modern  Scepti- 
cism, and  Clmrcli  Polity. 

Rhetorical  Exekcises,  consistintr  of  tlie  reading  of  original  essays,  the 
delivery  of  original  addresses,  written  and  unwritten,  and  the  extemporaneous 
discussion  of  questions,  occur  weekly,  in  which  the  members  of  all  the  classes 
participate  in  succession.  Special  prominence  is  given  to  extemporaneous 
speaking,  or  the  delivery  of  thouglits  yrrf pared  but  not  written  and  committed 
to  memory.  In  addition  to  this,  the  several  classes  receive  special  training  in 
Elocution,  including  lessons  in  the  Development  of  the  Voice  and  in  expression. 


SPECIAL  COURSES. 

These  are  designed  for  such  as  have  not  had  the  advantage  of  a  classical 
education,  and  for  good  reasons  cannot  acquire  it,  and  yet  are  plainly  called 
to  the  work  of  the  ministry.  For  this  da.ss  of  Students,  various  as  they  always 
will  be  in  the  character  of  their  previous  preparation,  it  is  evident  that  no  single 
course  can  be  definitely  shaped.  Each  candidate  for  this  department  of  study 
Is  examined  with  reference  to  his  past  ac(iuisiti(ins  and  present  needs,  and  such 
a  course  is  prescribed  as  best  meets  his  particular  case.  Branches  which  he 
needs  to  pursue,  belonging  to  the  (^ollege  courses,  he  is  permitted  to  pursue 
with  College  classes  and  under  the  care  of  the  College  Profes.sors.  Every 
recitation  room  in  the  entire  Institution  is  open,  without  charge  for  tuition,  to 
such  Students,  and  any  branch  of  study  in  which  they  need  instruction  may 
be  pursucd-not  by  themselves  with  occa.sional  assistance  from  a  Professor,  but 
in  stimulating  contact  with  large  and  enthusiastic  classes.  Thus  they  have  the 
best  possible  advantages  without  adding  to  the  burdens  of  the  Theological 
Faculty.  They  may  profitably  attend  all  the  lectures  of  the  Seminary  except 
those  in  Hebrew  and  Greek  Exegesis.  Those  whose  previous  education  qualifies 
them  to  pursue  with  profit  and  success  the  Regular  Course,  with  the  above 
exception,  after  devoting  three  fitU  years  to  Theohniical  Studies,  will  be  permitted 
to  graduate  with  the  Students  of  the  Regular  Course.  While  pursuing  their 
studies  they  will  be  regarded  as  members  of  th^  classes  with  which  they  meet 
in  the  Lecture  Room,  being  designated  only  l)y  the  .separate  position  of  their 
names  in  the  annual  catalogue.  Tho.se  who  pursue  two  full  years  of  Theological 
study  will  be  entitled  to  a  certificate  which  designates  them  as  Special  Course 
Graduates. 


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COLLEGE  DEPARTMENT. 


Candidates  for  admission  to  the  Freshman  Class  are  examined  in  the 
common  English  Branches;  the  Grammar  of  the  Latin  and  Greek  Languages; 
Caesar,  one  Book;  Sallust's  Catiline;  four  of  Cicero's  Select  Orations;  Virgil's 
^neid,  five  Books ;  Harkness'  Latin  Prose  Composition,  Parts  First  and  Second ; 
Xenophon's  Anabasis,  three  Books;  Homer's  Iliad,  two  Books;  Olney's  School 
Algebra,  or  an  equivalent ;  Plane  Geometry ;  Ancient  History;  English  Analysis  ; 
History  of  the  United  States;  and  Alden's  Science  of  Government. 

Candidates  for  a  higher  standing  are  examined  in  the  same,  and  also  in  the 
studies  previously  pursued  by  the  class  to  which  they  desire  admission. 

No  admission  to  the  Senior  Class  is  allowed  later  than  the  beginning  of  the 
second  term. 

The  Annual  Examination  for  admission  to  College  will  occur  on  Tuesday, 
September  1st,  at  9  o'clock. 

FRESHMAN    CLASS. 


First  Term Algebra, 

Memorabilia,  .         . 

Livy,         .... 

Second  Term Geometry,     .... 

Conic  Sections, 

Greek  Prose  Composition, 

Horace, 

Third   Term Plane  and  Spherical  Trigonometrj', 

Thucydides,        .  . 

Juvenal. 

Roman  Antiquities, 


Olney. 

Robbins. 

Chase  and  Stuart. 

Olney. 

Olney. 

Arnold. 

Chase  and  Stuart. 

Loom  is. 
Teubner. 

Smith. 


SOPHOMORE    CLASS. 

First  Term Odyssey,  ......  Owen. 

Cicero's  Philosophical  Works. 

Analytical  Geometrj',  ....  Loomis. 

Calculus,  ......  Loomis. 

Second  Term Mechanics  and  Hydrostatics,        .  .  .  Olmsted. 

Herodotus,  ......  Mather. 

I  Botany,  .....  .  Gray. 

German,  ......  Whitney. 

Third  Term Sophocles — Electra,  ....  Jebb. 

Botany,  ......  Gray. 

Evidences  of  Christianity,  .  .  .  Hopkins. 

German,  ......  Whitney. 


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JUNIOR    CLASS. 

First  Term Natural  Philosophy, 

Logic,  .  .  .  .  . 

German,  Schiller's  Thirty  Years'  War. 
Pliny  the  Younger,  or  Plautus. 
Klocution. 

Skcond  Term Demosthenes, 

Chemistry — Lectures. 

Art  of  Discourse, 

Tacitus,  .... 

Roman  Literature. 

Third   Term Zoology- — Lectures. 

Astronomy,  .... 

Chemistry — Review. 
Tacitus,  .... 

Roman  Literature. 


Olmsted. 
Jevon. 


Champlin. 


Day. 
Tyler. 


Olmsted. 
Tyler. 


SENIOR    CLASS. 


First  Term Mental  Philosophy, 

Plato, 

Greek  Testament, 

Physiology — Lectures. 

Klocution. 

Second  Term Mental  Philosophy — Lectures. 

English  Literature, 
Moral  Philosophy, 
Butler's  Analogy. 
Political  Economy, 

Third   Term Geologj — Lectures. 

History — Lectures. 
Lectures  on  Art. 
Political  Economy, 
Elocution. 


Porter. 

Wagner. 

Tischendorf. 


Shaw. 
Fairchild. 


Mill. 


Mill. 


Lessons  in  the  English  Bible,  Compositions,  Declamations  and  Extempora- 
neous Discussions,  weekly,  and  public  orifrinal  Declamations  monthly,  through- 
out the  Course. 


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SCIENTIFIC    DEPARTMENT. 


Candidates  for  admission  to  the  Freshman  Class  are  examined  in  English 
Grammar  and  Analysis;  Arithmetic;  Olney's  School  Algebra,  or  an  equivalent ; 
Plane  Geometry;  Latin  Grammar  and  Latin  Reader  through  Fables  ;  History  of 
the  United  States,  and  Geography. 

Candidates  for  a  higher  standing  are  examined  in  the  same,  and  also  in  the 
studies  previously  pursued  by  the  class  to  wliich  they  desire  admission. 


FKESHMAN    CLASS, 

First  Term Algebra,  .... 

Latin  Reader  completed, 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Part  H, 

Book- Keeping. 

Second  Term Ca;sar,  .... 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Lesson  54, 
Geometry — Conic  Sections, 
Physical  Geography. 


Olney. 

Harkness. 

Harkness. 

Chase  and  Stuart. 

Harkness. 

Olney. 


'.          Third   Tkkm.. 

..Historj-  of  Rome,           .            .             .            .            . 

Smith. 

Cicero's  Orations,                  .... 

Chase  and  Stuart. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Lesson  68, 

Harkness. 

Plane  and  Spherical  Trigonometry  and  Surveying, 

Loomis. 

, 

SOPHOMORE    CLASS. 

First  Term 

..Analytical  Geometry  and  Calculus, 

Loomis. 

Virgil 

Chase  and  Stuart. 

History  of  Greece,         .             .             .             .             . 

Smiih. 

Second  Term.. 

..Mechanics  and  Hj'drostatics, 

Olmsted. 

Science  of  Government,           .... 

Alden. 

Botany,          ...... 

Gray. 

French,                  ...... 

Robertson. 

Third  Term... 

..Evidences  of  Christianity, 

Hopkins. 

Botany,                ...... 

Gray. 

Civil  Engineering  and  Navigation. 

French. 

JUNIOR    CLASS. 

First  Term 

..Natural  Philosophy  ,     . 

Olmsted. 

Logic,             ...... 

Jevon. 

German,               ...... 

Whitney. 

Elocution. 

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Second  Term Chemistry— Lectures. 

Art  o{  Discourse, 

German, 

Analysis  of  English  Classics. 

TiiiRii   Tfrm Zoologj — Lectures. 

Astronomy. 
Paley's  Theology. 
Chemistry — Review. 


Day. 

Whitney, 


OInistetl. 


SENIOR    CLASS. 


First  Term. Mental  Philosophy, 

History  of  Civilization, 
Physiology — Lectures. 

Elocution. 

Second  Term Mental  Philosophy — Lectures. 

Butler's  Analogy. 
Moral  Philosophy, 
English  Literature. 
Political  Economy, 

Third  Term History — Lectures, 

Lectures  on  Art. 
Geology — Lectures. 
Political  P'conomy, 
Elocution. 


Porter, 
(juizot. 


Fairchild. 

Shaw. 
Mill. 


Mill. 


Lessons  in  the  Eiitrlisli  Rible,  Compositions,  Declamations  and  Extempora- 
neous Discussions,  wci'kly,  throiit^liout  tlie  Course,  and  public  orifrinal  Declama- 
ti()n.s  montlily,  during  the  last  two  years. 


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PREPARATORY   DEPARTMENT. 


The  Preparatory  Department  is  under  the  same  general  supervision  with 
the  other  Departments,  and  under  the  immediate  direction  and  manajrement  of 
the  PrincipaL  The  members  of  this  Department  are  subject  to  the  same  regu- 
lations as  the  students  in  the  College.  It  is  especially  designed  to  prepare 
students  for  the  College  or  Scientific  Department ;  but  it  is  also  adapted  to  meet 
the  wants  of  those  who  require  a  good  English  education,  for  teaching  Common 
Schools,  or  for  general  business.  All  the  branches  are  taught  in  this  Depart- 
ment, usually  taught  in  High  Schools  and  Academies.  No  students  are  admitted 
who  have  not  advanced  as  far  as  Fractions  in  Arithmetic. 

The  Senior  Preparatory  Class  is  taught  by  members  of  the  Faculty;  the 
other  classe.s  by  teachers  selected  from  the  Theological  and  higher  College 
Classes. 

A  large  portion  of  the  Preparatory  students  are  school  teachers,  or  preparing 
to  teach.  The  average  age  of  the  students  in  the  Department  is  between 
nineteen  and  twenty  years. 


CLASSICAL  COUESE. 

To  enter  on  this  course,  students  will  be  examined  in  English  Grammar 
through  Syntax,  Arithmetic  through  Percentage,  and  the  Elements  of  Geogra- 
phy. Candidates  for  a  higher  standing  will  be  examined  in  the  studies  previously 
pursued  by  the  class  to  which  they  desire  admission. 


JUNIOR   CLASS. 

First  Term Latin  Grammar  and  Reader  commenced, 

English  Grammar,  .  . 

Geography,  .  .  .  . 

Second  Term Latin  Reader, 

English  Analysis, 

Arithmetic,  .... 

Third  Term Latin  Reader  completed. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Part  II, 

United  States  History. 

Elocution,  .... 


Harkness. 

Harvey. 

Guyot. 

Harkness. 

Greene. 

Ray  or  White. 

Harkness. 
Harkness. 
Anderson. 
National  Fifth  Reader. 


First  Term. 


MIDDLE   CLASS. 

.Caesar,  one  Book 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Lesson  54, 
Greek  Grammar, 
Science  of  Government, 

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Chase  and  Stuart. 
Harkness. 
Hadley. 
Alden. 


Oberlin   College. 

Second  Tekm Cicero,  two  Orations, 

Chase  .and  Stuart. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Lesson  68,      . 

.     Harkness. 

Greek,  Grammar  and  Anabasis, 

Boise. 

Hi-tory  of  Rome. 

.     .Smith. 

TiiiRii  'Ihkm Cicero,  two  Orations, 

Chase  and   Stuart. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Part  III, 

.     Harkness. 

Anabasis,              ..... 

Boise. 

History  of  Greece, 

.     Smith. 

SENIOK   CLASS. 

Fikst'Thkm Virgil,  two  Books,          .... 

Chase  and  Stuart. 

Anabasis,         ..... 

.     Boise. 

Algebra,                 ..... 

Olney. 

Second  Term Virgil,  three  Books, 

.     Chase  and  Stuart. 

Anabasis,  completed,     .... 

Boise. 

Algebra,           ..... 

.     Olney. 

Third  Tkkm Sallust— Conspiracy  of  Calalinc, 

Chase  and  Stjuart. 

Homer — Iliad,  two  Books, 

.     Boise. 

Plane  Geometry,            .... 

Olney. 

Other  text  bdoks  than  those  specified  are  not  allowed  in  the  recitation  room. 

ENGLISH  COUESE. 

.' 

Classes  are  organized— in  the  following  studies: 

Arithmetic— Ray's,  Third  Part,  two  classes;   Ray's 

Higher,  two  classes  ; 

White's,  complete. 

Grammar— Harvey's,  three  classes;  Greene's  Analysis 

Geography — Guyot's.  two  classes. 

Ei.ocuTMN  AND  READING — National  Fifth  Reader,  two  classes.  . 

Orthography  and  Sphlling. 

Algebra— Olney's  School,  three  classes. 

Geometry — Olney's,  two  classes. 

Quackenboss'  Natural  Philosophy. 

Dalton's  Physiology. 

The  following  classes  are  organized  in  the  Terms 

named  : 

Alden's  Science  of  Government, 

Kail  and  Spring. 

Smith's  History  of  Rome,       .... 

Spring  and  Summer. 

Smith's  History  of  Greece,            .... 

Fall  and  Summer. 

Anderson's  History  of  the  United  States, 

Spring  and  Summer. 

Elements  of  Book-Keeping,         .... 

Fall. 

Physical  Geography,                .... 

Spring. 

Trigonometry  and  Surveying, 

Summer. 

Biblical  Antiquities,                  .... 

Fall. 

Lessons  in  the  Knglish  liihle  and  Rhetorical  Exercises  weekly  for  all  the 

students  in  the  Preparatory  Deiiart  inoiit. 

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Oberlin    College, 


LADIES'   DEPARTMENT. 


The  Ladies'  Department  is  under  the  immediate  direction  of  the  Principa 
and  the  Assistant  Principal,  and  the  general  supervision  of  the  Ladies'  Board  of 
Managers  and  Faculty. 

The  Course  of  Study  is  designed  to  give  ladies  facilities  for  thorough  mental 
discipline,  and  the  special  training  which  will  qualify  them  for  teaching  and  the 
other  duties  of  their  sphere.  The  advanced  classes  are  taught  by  the  Professors, 
and  recite  with  the  College  classes  where  their  studies  are  the  same.  The  lower 
classes  are  taught  as  the  classes  in  the  Prepai-atory  Department,  with  which 
they  usually  recite. 

Ladies  who  apply  for  admission  to  the  First  year  are  examined  in  English 
Grammar  and  Analysis;  Aritiimetic;  Olney's  School  Algebra,  or  an  equivalent; 
Latin  Grammar  and  Latin  Reader  through  the  Fables;  History  of  the  United 
States,  and  Geography 

Ladies  wishing  to  enter  advanced  classes  will  be  examined  in  the  previous 
studies  of  the  Course,  or  present  other  evidence  to  the  teacher  of  each  study 
that  they  have  pursued  it  elsewhere. 


FIRST    YEAR. 

First  Tekm Algebra  completed, 

Latin  Reader  completed, 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Part  II, 

Biblical  Antiquities. 

Linear  Drawing. 

Second  Term Plane  Geometry,  .  , 

Caesar,  .  .  .       '     . 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Lesson  54, 
Physical  Geograpliy. 

Third  Term Geometry  completed — Conic  Sections, 

Cicero's  Orations, 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Lesson  68, 

History  of  Rome, 


Olney. 
Harkness. 
Harkness, 
Nevin. 

Olney. 

Chase  and  Stuart. 

Harkness. 

Olney. 

Chase  and  Stuart. 

Harkness. 

Smith. 


SECOND    TEAR. 


First  Term Plane  and  Spherical  Trigonometry, 

Sallust,  .... 

History  of  Gr'^ece, 

Second  Term Botany,  .... 

Science  of  Government, 
Mechanics  and  Hydrostatics, 
French. 


Olney. 

Chase  and  Stuart. 

Smith. 

Gray. 
Alden. 
Olmsted. 
Robertson, 


Oberlin 

College. 

TiiiKi>  Term... 

.Botany, 

Gray. 

Evidences  of  Christianity, 

.        •        • 

Hopkins. 

Virgil, 

. 

Chase  and  Stuart. 

French. 

THIRD  YEAR. 

First  Term 

..Natural  Philosophy, 
Logic, 

. 

Olmsted. 
Jevon. 

German, 

. 

Whitney. 

Second  Term.. 

..Chemistrj — Lectures. 

Art  of  Discourse, 

. 

Day. 

German, 

. 

Whitney. 

TiiiKU  Tekm... 

.  .Zoologj'— Lectures. 

Astronomy, 

. 

Olmsted. 

Paley's  Natural  Theology. 

Chemistry— Review. 

FOURTH    YEAR. 

First  Term 

..Mental  Philosophy, 

• 

Porter. 

A         A     ft^  k^f     ft                   i*-       fcrf  *»■»•     _     _     _     _ 

Physiology — Lectures. 

History  of  Civilization, 

. 

Guizot. 

Second  Term.. 

..Mental  Philosophy — Lectures. 

English  T.iterature, 

. 

Shaw. 

Butler's  Analogy. 

Political  Economy, 

. 

Mill. 

Moral  Philosophy, 

. 

Fairchild. 

Third  Term... 

..Political  Economy, 
Geology — Lectures, 
History — Lectures. 
Lectures  on  Art. 

•               ■               •               ■ 

Mill. 

Lessons*   in 

the  English    Bible,  and 

Exercises  in  Read 

ing  and  Composition, 

weekly  throug 

'hout  the  Course. 

PREPARATORY  COURSE 

. 

Ray's  and  White's  Arithmetic. 

Orthography. 

English 

Grammar. 

Reading. 

Elocution. 

Harkness' 

Latin  Grammar. 

Modern 

Geography. 

Algebra. 

History  of  the 

United  States. 
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'Jtdm*e$, 


In  the  Theological  Department  Lectures  are  given  on  the  subjects  of  the 
Course  to  all  the  classes  throughout  the  year,  and  on  special  subjects  during  the 
second  and  third  terms. 

In  the  College,  Scientific  and  Ladies'  Departments  as  follows : 

First  Term. — Physiology;    the  Theory  and  Practice  of  Teaching;    Natural  Philosophy- 
Pneumatics,  Acoustics,  Electricity,  Magnetism  and  Optics,  and  Meteorology. 

Second  Term. — Moral   Philosophy  ;    Mental  Philosophy  ;    Butler's   Analogy  ;    Chemistry  ; 
Zoology  ;   Geology  ;   Natural  Philosophy — Mechanics  and  Hydrostatics. 

Third    Terji. — Geologj' ;     Zoology;     Political    Economy;     History;    Ancient   Literature: 
Fine  Arts. 

Practical  Lectures  on  General  Habits,  Methods  of  Study,  and  other  important 
subjects,  are  delivered  once  in  two  weeks  to  the  ladies,  by  the  Principal  of  the 
Ladies'  Department,  and  to  the  young  men  of  the  Preparatory  Department  by 
the  Principal  of  that  Department.. 


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general  ^n);Di;iitatt(Ji|, 


DEGREES    AND    DIPLOMAS. 

Tlip  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Divinity  is  conferred  upon  the  graduates  of 
the  Theological  Department,  that  of  Bachelor  of  Arts  upon  the  graduates  of 
the  College  Department,  and  that  of  Bachelor  of  Science  upon  the  graduates 
of  the  Scientific  Department. 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts,  or  Master  of  Science,  is  conferred  upon 
any  Bachelor  of  three  or  more  years'  standing,  who  has  been  engaged  in 
literary  or  scientiflc  pursuits,  and  has  sustained  a  good  moral  character. 

A  Diploma,  certifying  the  successful  completion  of  the  prescribed  Course 
of  Study,  is  given  to  each  graduate  of  the  Ladies'  Department,  and  to  each 
graduate  of  the  Conservatory  of  Music. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

At  the  close  of  each  term  the  classes  are  examined  in  the  studies  of  that 
term;  and  at  the  end  of  the  year  there  are  general  examinations  in  all  Depart- 
ments. 

Every  recitation  and  examination  is  marked,  and  a  record  is  kept  by  the 
Faculty  of  the  attainments  of  each  student,  and  also  of  his  delinquencies. 
Information  concerning  his  progress  and  deportment  is,  when  requested,  com- 
municated to  the  parent  or  guardian. 

EELIGIOUS    EXERCISES. 

All  students  are  required  to  attend  Church  twice  on  the  Sabbath,  and  the 
weekly  religious  lecture  on  Thursday. 

They  are  also  required  to  attend  daily  prayers  in  the  evening  at  the  Chapel, 
and  in  the  morning  in  the  families  in  which  they  board.  Every  class  has  a  weekly 
exercise  In  the  English  Bible,  which  all  are  required  to  attend. 

There  is  a  weekly  prayer  meeting  on  Monday  evening,  for  all  young  people, 
conducted  by  tho  students;  and  a  weekly  prayer  meeting  for  each  class,  con- 
ducted by  one  of  tho  teachers. 

LIBRARY,   APPARATUS   AND    CABINET. 

The  Libraries  connected  with  the  College  number  eleven  thousand  volumes. 

The  Apparatus,  in  the  Departments  of  Natural  Philosophy  and  Chemistry,  is 
sufficient  for  all  reasonable  demands;  and  the  Cabinets  in  Geology  and  Natural 
History  are  well  supplied. 

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FACILITIES    FOR    SELF-SUPPORT. 

The  Colleffe  does  not  pledge  itself  to  furnish  manual  labor  to  the  students. 
Diligent  and  faithful  young  men  can  find  employment,  with  satisfactory  com- 
pensation, in  the  village.  A  few  are  employed  in  the  care  of  the  College 
buildings,  preparing  fuel,  etc.  About  forty  students  in  the  higlier  classes, 
gentlemen  and  ladies,  are  employed  as  assistant  teachers. 

The  long  Winter  vacation  affords  opportunity,  to  those  who  are  qualified,  to 
engage  in  teaching  schools  abroad.    The  call  for  teachers  is  equal  to  the  supply. 

REGULATIONS. 

The  Regulations  of  the  Institution  are  few  and  simple,  appealing  to  the 
student's  self-respect  and  personal  responsibility.  He  is  required  to  abstain 
from  the  use  of  Tobacco  and  Intoxicating  Drinks,  and  from  connection  with 
any  Secret  Society.  No  student  is  permitted  to  visit  one  of  the  other  sex  at  a 
private  room,  except  by  special  permission  in  case  of  severe  sickness. 

WINTER    SCHOOL. 

During  the  Winter  vacation  a  school  is  taught  in  the  College  buildings,  under 
the  superintendence  of  members  of  the  Faculty,  in  which  classes  are  formed  in 
all  the  studies  of  the  Preparatory  Department,  and  in  any  College  study  when  a 
sufficient  number  wish  to  pursue  it  to  form  a  class.  This  school  opens  the  week 
following  the  close  of  the  Fall  Term. 

LADIES'    DEPARTMENT. 

Ladies  from  abroad  desiring  admission  to  the  Ladies'  Hall,  should  make 
previous  application  in  writing,  certifying  their  age,  state  of  health,  character, 
present  attainments,  and  the  time  they  propose  to  continue  here.  Those  who 
are  admitted  will  be  duly  apprized  of  their  admission.  All  ladies  are  expected 
to  consult  the  Principal  before  selecting  their  boarding  places. 

Ladies  are  required  to  be  in  their  rooms  after  eight  o'clock  in  the  evening 
during  the  Summer  months,  and  after  half  past  seven  during  the  Winter  months. 

Every  lady  is  required  to  present,  once  in  two  weeks,  a  written  report  of 
her  observance,  and  her  failures  in  the  observance,  of  the  regulations  of  the 
Department,  signed  by  the  matron  of  the  family  in  which  she  boards. 

These  reports,  together  with  the  marks  of  her  recitations,  are  recorded  by 
the  Principal,  and  ai-e  open  at  all  times  for  the  inspection  of  the  Faculty,  the 
Ladies'  Board,  and  all  friends  interested. 

ADMISSION    AND    EXPENSES. 

Candidates  for  admission  to  any  of  the  Departments  must  bring  testimonials 
of  good  chai-acter;  and  those  coming  fi'om  other  institutions  must  bring  a 
certificate  of  honorable  dismission. 

The  student  in  every  department  pursues  his  studies  in  his  private  room,  and 
meets  with  his  class  in  the  public  room  for  recitation.  No  arrangement  is  made 
for  those  who  have  not  sufficient  maturity  and  self-control  to  study  profitably 
under  these  conditions. 

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Oberuin  College. 


X..no  aiv  mlinitted  to  full  membor.sliip  until  they  have  honorably  passed  a 
probation  of  -six  months.  None  will  be  received  under  sixteen  years  of  age, 
unless  committed  to  the  care  of  some  approved  resident  of  the  place ;  nor  any 
under  fourteen,  except  by  si)ecial  arrangement  with  tlie  Faculty. 

U<.r>m  rent  in  the  Ladies'  Hall  is  $10.50  a  term  for  each  occupant,  including 
t  lisrhls.  tlio  privileges  of  the  house  and  care  in  ordinary  sickness.  Each  room  is 
intended  for  two  ladies,  and  is  provided  with  carpets  and  other  necessary  furni- 
ture, including  straw  bed.  All  other  articles  of  bedding  will  be  furnished  by 
the  occupants;  also,  lamps  and  table  napkins.  No  room  will  be  considered 
engaged  for  any  term  unless  two  dollars  are  paid  on  the  rent,  which  sum  will 
he  forfeited  if  the  room  is  not  taken,  unless  written  notice  to  that  effect  is  given 
to  the  Treasurer  at  least  one  week  before  the  opening  of  the  term. 

Fuel  is  furnished  as  required,  the  charge  being  according  to  the  amount 
consuniod. 

Itoom  rent  in  the  other  College  buildings  is  $2.50  per  term;  each  room  is 
furnished  witli  a  stove  only. 

The  price  of  board  will  vary  with  the  cost  of  provisions.  At  present,  board  in 
the  Ladies'  Hall  is  §2.00  per  week;  in  private  families,  including  room  furnished, 
from  $3  to  $4  per  week;  fuel  and  lights  extra. 

The  Treasurer's  bills  are  payable  at  the  beginning  of  each  term ;  board  in  the 
Ladies'  Hall,  each  half  term  in  advance. 

The  following  may  be  considered  as  a  near  estimate  of  the  necessary  expenses 
for  a  term  of  twelve  weeks,  in  any  department  except  the  Theological,  in  which 
there  Is  no  charge  for  tuition,  incidentals,  room  rent,  or  use  of  Library. 

Tuition,  or  rent  of  Scholarship $  3  00      S  3  00 

Inci  lentals 2  05  3  65 

Library  Fee _ 35  35 

Board,  S2  25  to  §3  00  per  week 27  00  to  36  00 

Room  Rent 2  50  to  10  00 

Lights  and  Washing 5  00  to  8  00 

Books  and  Stationery 4  50  to  7  00 

Fuel,  Fall  and  Spring 3  00  to  6  00 

$48  00  $73  00 
EXTRA  CHARGES. 

Piano,  two  lessons  per  week _ $12  00 

Organ,  two  lessons  per  week 12  00 

Harmony,  two  lessons  per  week 5  00 

Cultivation  of  the  Voice 12  00 

Use  of  Instrument,  one  hour  per  day 2  00—3  00 

Oil  Painting,  with  use  of  Models,  thirty  lessons 10  00 

Water  Colors 6  00 

Cr.iyon  Drawing,  fifty  lessons 7  00 

Perspective  Drawing 0  00 

Use  of  Musical  Library 2  00 

French  and  Oorm m  except  in  the  regular  courses. 
Thorough  instruction  in  Vocal  Music  is  fhee  to  all. 

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SITUATION. 

Oberlin  is  easily  accessible  from  all  parts  of  the  country,  being  situated  on 
the  Lake  Shore  and  Michigan  Southern  Railway,  an  hour's  ride  from  Cleveland. 
The  village,  of  over  three  thousand  inhabitants,  has  grown  up  with  the  College, 
and  is  singularly  free  from  the  temptations  and  dangers  often  surrounding 
colleges. 

Letters  of  inquiry  may  be  addressed  to  the  President,  J.  H.  Fairchild  ;  to 
the  Principal  of  the  Preparatory  Department,  R.  T.  Cross;  to  the  Principal  of 
the  Ladies'  Department,  Mrs.  A.  A.  F.  Johnston  ;  or  to  the  Secretary  and  Treas- 
urer, George  Kinney. 

CONSEEVATORY    OF    MUSIC. 

Thorough  and  practical  instruction  in  Cultivation  of  the  Voice,  Piano-Forte, 
Organ,  Harmony,  and  Choral  Singing,  will  be  given,  for  all  of  which  the  services 
of  experienced  and  able  teachers  have  been  secured. 

The  classes  in  Choral  Singing  are  free  to  all  members  of  the  Institution. 

Weekly  rehearsals  are  given,  at  which  pupils  who  are  competent  are  expected 
to  perform. 

Pupils  must  furnish  or  rent  their  instruments  for  practice.  Pianos  can  always 
be  rented  in  the  village  at  reasonable  rates. 

Students  in  other  departments,  taking  lessons  in  music,  are  required  to  make 
their  arrangements  with  the  Professor  of  Music. 

Catalogues,  containing  full  particulars  concerning  this  department,  can  be 
obtained  by  addressing  Conservatory  of  Music,  Oberlin,  Ohio. 


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OF  THE 


Fall   Term,    18  73. 


Monday, 


I  Fresh. . 
!  Soph... 


Rhetorical  Exercises 9 — 11 

Rhetorical  Exercises 10 — 13 


Juniors..  JRhetorical  Exercises 

Seniors  ..  iRhetor.cal  Exercises,, . 


2—4 
1—3 


Hour. 


Tuesday,  ' 
Wkdnes. 

TllUKS. 

Friday, 


f  Fresh. . 
I  Soph... 
I  Juit  iors 
I  Sciiiors 
I,  Ladies. 


Saturday, 


Fre.ih. . 
Soph . . . 
Juiiun> 
Seniors 
.Ladies. 


8-9 


9-10 


10—11 


11-12 


Mathematics...  Lalin 

Mathematics Latin Greek 

iGer.Gw.  Lat.Cw.  Logic 

j Greek Physiology  . 

Physiol.    German.  I Guizot 


IJiblc  CI  ss  . 
Elocution  .. 
Elocution  .. 
German 


Mathematics 'Latin 

Latin Greek 

Germ.  6w.  Latin.  Bible  Class  . 

(Ireek jBible  Class. 

Elocution 


Greek. 


Nat.  Philosophy.. 
Men.  Philosophy. 


Bible  Class. 


Nat.  Philosophy.. 
Men.  Philosophy 


Spring   Term,    1874, 


Monday,     \^lf-- 


Hour. 


Tuesday." 
Wednes. 
Thurs. 
Friday,    , 


Ftc«1i. . 
Sofih... 
Juniors 
Seniors 
Ladies. 


Saturday, 


■  Frcxh 
Soph. 
Jiuiioi's 
Seniors 
Ladies. 


Rhetorical  Exercises 9 — 11 

Rhetorical  Exercises 10 — 13 


Jitniors..  Rhetorical  Exercises... 
Scnioi'S  ..  Rhetorical  Exercises... 


8-9 


9-10 


10—11 


11—12 


ButlerOw.  Pol.  Ec. 
German 


Elocut'n  Fri.iSat. 


German  , 


Latin Greek Mathematics 

German Mechanics Greek  8w.  Botany. 

Greek Chemistry  |Rhetor.  8w.  Latin. 

Men.Ph.6w.  E.  Lit. i Moral  Philosophy  . 

French 


Bible  Class... 

German 

Bible  Class 


Greek j  Mathematics 

Mechanics jBible  Class 

Chemistry I  Rhetor.  8w.  Latin. 

Men.  Ph.6w.  E.  Lit.  Bible  Class 

Bible  Class 


Summer  Term,    1874. 


MnvnAY       i  Fresh. . 
MONDAY,      -j^vjop,,. 


Hour. 


Rhetorical  Exercises 9 — 11 

Rhetorical  Exercises 10 — 13 


Juniors..  Rhetorical  Exercises 2—4 


8-9 


Tuesday," 
Wednes, 
Tiiuus. 
Friday,   , 


Fresh.  .jGreek 

^V)j>;i... 

Jltdiors  Astronomy 

Seniors] History. 

.Ladies.  French 


9-10 


10-11 


11—12 


'  FVesh . . 
Soph ... 
Saturday,  -{ Juniors 


Latin I  Mathematics 

Greek ; German |Bot.  3w.  Evidenc's. 

Lat.  8w.  Chemistry.  {Natural  Science 

Political  Economy..  Natural  Science 

Paley  8w.  Chemistry 


Art. 


Bible  Class Latin Mathematics... 

Greek Bible   Class 


Astronomy 

Seniors  Elocut'n  Fri.ftSat. 
.X,a(!ies.|Elocution 


Eloc.  Fri.  &  Sat.lLat.  8w.  Chemistry. 

Bible  Class .(Political  Economy.. 

.'Paley  8w.  Chemistry 


Bot.  3w.  Evidenc's. 

Bible  Class 

Natural  Science 


The  members  of  the  Scientific  Department  and  of  the  Ladies'  Department  recite  with  the 
College  Classes  when  their  studies  arc  the  same. 

Instead  of  the  Monday  Exercises  in  the  Table,  public  Rhetorical  Exercises,  consisting  of 
original  Orations  and  Essays  from  the  members  of  all  the  College  Classes  in  turn,  occur  on  the 
FiKST  Monday  of  each  month— during  the  Fall  Term  from  3  to  5  P.  M.,  and  during  the  Spring 
and  Summer  Terms  from  4  to  G  P.  M. 

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TERMS  AND  VACATIONS. 

1873. 

Fall  Term  begins _ Tuesday,  Sept.  2. 

Winter  Vacation  begins Saturday,  Nov.  22. 

Winter  School  begins Tuesday,  Dec.  2. 

1874. 

Spring  Term  begins Tuesday,  Feb.  17. 

Spring  Recess  begins Saturday,  May  9. 

Summer  Term  begins Wednesday,  May  13. 

Summer  Vacation  begins Thursday,  Aug.  6. 

Fall  Term  begins Tuesday,  Sept.  1. 


PUBLIC  OCCASIONS. 

1874. 

Junior  Exhibition Wednesday,  May  6. 

Anniversary  of  the  Theological  Society.. Thursday,  May  7. 

Union  Exhibition  of  the  College  Societies Friday,  May  8. 

Anniversary  of  the  ^lioian  Society Wednesday,  July  15. 

Anniversary  of  the  Ladies'  Literary  Society Wednesday,  July  22. 

Exhibition  of  the  Senior  Preparatory  Class Wednesday,  July  29. 

Exhibition  of  the  Conservatory  of  Music Thursday,  July  30. 

Anniversary  of  the  Phi  Kappa  Pi  Society Friday,  July  31. 

Anniversary  of  the  Phi  Delta  Society Saturday,  Aug.  1. 

Baccalaureate  Sermon Sunday,  Aug.  2. 

A-ddress  before  the  Missionary-  Society Sunday,  Aug.  2. 

Anniversary  of  the  Alpha  Zeta  Society .Monday,  Aug.  3. 

Address  before  the  College  Societies Monday,  Aug.  3. 

Concio  ad  Clerum Tuesday,  Aug.  4. 

Anniversary  Exercises  of  the  Ladles'  Department Tuesday,  Aug.  i. 

Address  before  the  Society  of  Alumni Tuesday,  Aug.  4. 

Commencement Wednesday,  Aug.  5. 

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OBEKLIN  : 

PRATT   &   BATTLE,    PUBLISHKR8. 
1874. 


BOARD  OF  TRUSTEES. 


Rev.  JAMES.  H.  FAIRCHILD, 
FRANCIS  D.  PARISH, 
SAMUEL  D.  PORTER,      . 
Rev.  MICHAEL  E.  STRIEBY,     . 
URIAH  THOMPSON, 
Rev.  HENRY  COWLES, 
JABEZ  W.  MERRILL, 
Rev.  WILLIAM  B.  BROWN, 
Rkv.  SAMUEL  WOLCOTT,       . 
A.  B.  NETTLETON,       . 
Rev.  E.  B.  FAIRFIELD,    . 
Rev.  WOLCOTT  B.  WILLLVMS, 
SETII  H.  SHELDON, 
Rev.  J.  G.  W.  COWLES, 
GEORGE  B.  DEL  AM  ATE  U,      . 
STEPHEN  B.  STURGIS, 
WILLIAM  SUMNER, 
HORATIO  C.  FORD,      . 


President. 

.     Sandusky, 

rochestkk,  n.  y. 

Newauk,  N.  .T, 

Obeklin. 

Oberlin, 

Obermn. 
,    Newark,  N.  .1. 

Cleveland. 
,     Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Mansfield. 

Charlotte,  Mich. 

Cleveland. 
.     Cleveland. 

Meadville,  Pa. 
.     Mansfield. 

Cincinnati. 
.    Cleveland. 


^orresfiandhtg  <^embers  of  the  ^Inmni. 


Kev.  CALEB  E.  FISHER, 
Rev.  WILLIAM  K  IXC  AID, 
JAMES  B.  T.  MARSH, 
Hon.  JAMES  MONROE, 
LUCIAX  C.  WARNER,  M.  D., 


Springfield,  L.  I. 

Leavenworth,  Kan. 

Chicago,  III. 

Oberlix. 

Neav  York  City. 


^iiudeitfiul  ^ammitfee. 


Pres.  J.  H.  FAIRCHILI).        Rev.  HENRY  COWLES. 

JABEZ  W.  MERRILL.  Prof.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS. 

I  RIAH  THOMPSON.      GEORGE   KINNEY.      HIRAM  IIULBURD. 


<iEORGE  KINNEY,  Secretary  and  Treasurer. 
Rev.  CALEB  E.  FISHER,  Agent. 


^Htiies'  ^aurfl  of  ^Jitiutgcrs. 


Mrs.  a.  a.  F.  JOHNSTON. 
Mrs.  MARIANNE  P.  DASCOMB. 
Mrs.  REBECCA  FINNEY. 
Mrs.  SARAH  D.  PENFIELD. 


Mrs.  MARY  L.  P.  KINNEY. 
Mrs.  MINERVA  E.  ELLIS. 
Mrs.  ELIZABETH  S.  MEAD. 
Mrs.  AUGUSTA  B.  SMITH. 


Mrs.  MARY  B.  SHURTLEFF. 


FACULTY. 


Rkv,  JAMKS  U.  FAIRCHILD,  President, 

PKOPtSSOK  OK  THhOI-OGV,  AND  AVEKY  PKOFESSOK  OF  MORAL  PHILOSOPHY. 

Kev.  CHARLES  G.  FINNEY, 

PKOFKSSOK      OF     PASTORAL     THEOLOGY'. 

Rkv.  JOHN   MORGAN, 

PROFESSOR    OK    NKW     lESTAMENT    LITERATURE      AND    BIIILICAL   THEOLOGY. 

JAMES  DASCOMB,  M.D., 

PROFESSOR    OF    CHEMISTRY,     HOTANY   AND    PHYSIOLOGY. 

Rev.  JOHN   M.  ELLIS, 

PROFESSOR    OF    MF.NTAL     PHILOSOPHY'    AND    RHETORIC. 

Kev.  CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL, 

PROFESSOR    OF    MATHEMATICS    AND    NATURAL    PHILOSOPHY. 

Rev.  JUDSON  SMITH, 

PROFESSOR  OF  CHURCH  HISTORY,  AND  LECTURER  ON  GENERAL  HISTORY. 

GILES  W.  SHURTLEFF,  A.  M., 

PROIKSSOK    OF   THE    LATIN    LANGUAGE    AND    LITERATURE. 

Rev.   HIRAM  MEAD, 

PROFESSOR    OF     SACRED     RHETORIC. 

Rev.  WILLIAM  H.  RYDER, 

PROFESSOR    OF  THE    GREEK     LANGUAGE    AND    LITERATURE. 

FENELON    B.  RICE, 

PROFESSOR    OF    MUSIC. 

Rev.  ELIJAH  P.  BARROWS, 

PROFESSOR    OF    HEBREW    AND    OLD   TESTAMENT    LITERATURE. 

Rev.  JAMES  H.  LAIRD, 

PRl.NCIPAL   OF    THE    ENGLISH    PREPARATORY    DEPARTMENT. 

ALBERTA.  WRIGHT,  A.  M., 

PROFESSOR  OC  (•,ii<)LO<;Y   and  NATURAL  HISTORY',  AND  LECTURER  ON  RELIGION   AND  SCIENCE. 

Rev.  henry  COWLES, 

LECTURER     ON      PROPHECY. 

Rev.  A.  HASTINGS  ROSS, 

SPECIAL   LECTURER     ON    CHURCH    POLITY'. 

Rev.  WILLIAM  W.  PATTON, 

LECTURER    ON     MODERN    SCEPTICISM. 

4 


OBEELIN  COLLEGE. 


JAMES  R.  SEVERANCE,  A    M., 

IN'STRUCTOK    IN    ELOCUTION. 

JAMLS  K  NEWTON,  A.  M., 

INSTRUCTOR   IN  GERMAN   AND   FRENCH. 

HENRY  F.  CLARK,  A.  M., 

ASSOCIATE    PKOFESSOK    OF    LATIN    BND   GREEK. 

AUGUSTUS  G.  UPTON,  A.  B., 

TUTOR    IN    LATIN. 

Miss  KATE  A.   BUSHNELL, 

TUTOR    IN    MATHEMATICS. 

Rev.  henry  MATSON, 

LIBRARIAN. 

CALVIN    B.  CADY, 

TEACHER  OF    PIANO    AND    COMPOSITION, 

FRANCIS  SCHWINGER, 

TKACHER   OF   PIANO,    VIOLIN   AND  ORCHESTRAL   INSTRUMENTS. 

MICHAELIS    GOLDBERG, 

TEACHER   OF    PIANO. 

WILLIAM  B.  CHAMBERLAIN, 

TEACHER   OF    VOCAL   MUSIC. 

Mrs.  a.  a.  F.  JOHNSTON, 

PRINCIPAL   OF   THE    LADJES'    DEPARTMENT. 


ASSISTANT    PRINCIPAL. 

Miss  MARY  M.   KINNEY, 

ASSISTANT. 

Miss  L.  CELESTIA  WATTLES, 

TEACHER   OF   PIANO   AND   HARMONY. 

Miss  ROSA  D.  ALLEN, 

TEACHER   OF    VOCAL   MUSIC. 

Miss  CAMILLA  M.  NETTLETON, 

TEACHER  OF  VOCAL  CULTURE. 

Miss  ANNA  M.  WYETT, 

TEACHER  OF   DRAWING    AND   PAINTING, 


OBEBLIN   COLLEGE. 


Ijheolcgiccil   jjeprtmrnf. 


FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 

CHARLES  ft.  FINNEY.  JOHN  MORGAN.  HIRAM  MEAD. 

JUUSON  SMITH.  ELIJAH  P.  BARROWS. 


HENRY  COWLES.  A.  HASTINGS  ROSS.       WILLIAM  W.  PATTON. 

ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT.  JAMES  R.  SEVERANCE. 


STUDENTS. 


RESIDENT     GRADUATE. 


.NAMK. 

Hkn.)amin  B.  Merrill, 

Uiingor  S(.inin;irv.  1S74. 


RESIDENCE. 

Bangor,  Me., 


ROOM. 

23  Council  HalL 


SENIOR    CLASS. 


NAMKS. 

Samuel  Jackson  Beacu, 

CoUepe  (if  tlif   City  of  Ntw  York 

Jamks  (5rikr  Bowkrsox, 
Otterl>fin  University,   1872. 

Ru'iiARi)   >L\Ris  Bt'r«:ess,    . 

.\liiert  Leverktt  Gridley,    . 
Olierliii  Colli-jje,  1872. 

Simeon  Sanderson  Haines, 
Obcrlin  Colkjrc,  1S72. 

Jonathan  Kkwakhs  Higgins,  . 

(JeOIIGE    HlNDLEY, 

Steimik.x   Decatir    Smith, 

Hillsdale  College,  1S72. 

(tKORGE  John  Weiister, 

.lACCtU    WiNSI.ClW, 

OKerlin  l'i)llei;e,  1S7J. 

Ki  i;kne  Frekkkick   Atwuou, 

Seniors 


RESIDENCES. 

Pittsfieid, 

1872. 

Fitchville,     . 

East  Tilbury,  Can., 
Oberlin, 

Mai'shfield,  Ind., 

Spencertown,  N.  Y., 
Oustic,  Ontario, 
Manchester,  Mo., 

Grand  Rapids,  Wis., 
Henrietta,  N.  Y., 


Oberlin, 


rooms. 
11  Council  Hall. 

7  Council  Hall. 

2-2  Council  Hall. 

19  East  Lorain  st. 

4  Council  Hall. 

11  Council  HaU. 
22  Council  HaU. 

20  Council  HalL 

14  North  West  st. 

8  Council  Hall. 

18  Council  HaU. 
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OBEBLIN  COLLEGE. 

MIDDLE     CLASS. 

NAMES. 

RESIDENCES, 

ROOMS. 

Israel  Brown,     . 

Wheaton  College,  187a. 

.     Wedron,  111.,     . 

27  Council  Hall. 

Charles  Cole  Creegan, 

Lebanon  Normal  School,  1869. 

Mantua, 

14  Council  Hall. 

Abraham  Augustine  Cressman, 

Rochester,  Mich.,  . 

21  Council  Hall. 

Samuel  Silonas  Crter,   . 
Oberlin  College,  1S73. 

Maysville,  Ky., 

1  South  Professor  at. 

BuRRiTT  Hamilton  Fee, 
Berea  College,  1873. 

.     Berea,  Ky., 

39  Council  Hall. 

MiCHAELis  Goldberg, 

Hebrew  Theological  Seminary, 

Oberlin, 
Munster. 

12  Council  Hall. 

Eben  Leander  Hill,    . 

Michigan  University,  187*. 

.     St.  Clair,  Mich.,   . 

5  Council  Hall. 

Owen  Jenkins, 

Oberlin, 

26  Council  Hall. 

Nathaniel  Demster  Lanphear, 

Olivet  College,  1873. 

.     Olivet,  Mich., 

7  Council  Hall. 

William  Brewster  Oleson,     . 
Maine  Agricultiual  College, 

Portland,  Me., 

1  Council  Hall. 

Milan  Packard, 

Oberlin  College,  1S72. 

Covert,  Mich., 

8  Forest  st. 

Jacob  P.  Riedinger,    . 

Oberlin  College,  1S72. 

Randolph, 

6  Council   Hall. 

Delos  Adelbert  Strong, 
Hillsdale  College, 

North    Adams,    Mich 

,  9  Council  Hall. 

Augustus  Goodnow  Upton, 

Oberlin  College,  1873. 

.     Eaton  Rsipids,    Mich 

,  1  Elm  St. 

William  Rockwell  Wickes,     . 

Oberlin  College,  1873. 

Orville  Carlton  Clark,     . 

Oberlin, 

10  South  Professor  st. 
18  North  Professor  st. 

.     Ob«rlin,   . 

Middles 

1 

16 

OBEELIN   COLLEGE. 


JUNIOR     CLASS. 


NAMES. 

MouLTON  Needham  ClarK, 
Tabor  College, 

Thomas  Weston  DeLong, 
Tabor  College,  1S73. 

Edward  Allan  Leeper, 
Oberlin  CoUejje, 

Raymond  Green  McClelland, 
Oberlin  Collesife,  1S74. 


Frank  McCoNAroHT,  . 
Oberlin  College,  1874, 

David  C    McJ^air,    . 

Mt.  Union  College,  1S73. 

Charles  DeForest  Patterson, 

Ohio  Weslevan  University, 

Orthello  Vermillen  Rice, 

Tabor  College,  1874. 

Theodore  Frank  Shotwell, 

Oberlin  College,  1872. 
F.nwARD  Striehy  Steele, 

Oberlin  College,  1S72. 

William  Dtvanwal  Wtlliams, 
Western  Reserve  College, 


KKSlnKNCES. 

.     Seward,  Neb., 
Tabor,  Iowa,    . 

.     Atlanta,  111., 
Oberlin,   . 

.     Penfield, 
Clark.  Pa., 
Laporte, 
Tabor,  Iowa, 

.     Orarael,  N.  Y., 
Oberlin,  . 

.     Olierlin, 


Juniors 


3  Council  Hall. 
36  West  College  st. 

13  Council  Hall. 
24  Council  Hall. 
24  Council  Hall. 
10  Council  Hall. 
18  West  Lorain  st. 
36  West  College  st. 

14  Council  Hall. 
I  Council  Hall. 
5  Council  Hall. 

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FACULTY. 


JAMES-  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 

JAMES  DASCOMB.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS.  CHAS.  H.  CHURCHILL. 

JUDfeOX  SMITH.     GILES  W.  SHURTLEFF.     WILLIAM   H.  RYDER. 

ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT. 


JAMES  R.  SEVERANCE. 


JAMES  K.  NEWTON. 


STUDEISTTS. 


SENIOR     CLASS. 


NAMES. 

Dudley  Peter  Allen, 
Kersey  Smith  Blake, 
DwioHT  Blachly  Br.vdley, 
Harry  Leroy  Brickett, 
James  Perry  Wertz  Brown, 
Arthur  TappaxBcrnell, 
William  Benton  Chamberlain, 
IzAAK  Walton  Fitch, 
David   Hadley  Flett, 
Dennis  Goodsell,     . 
Hastings  Hornell  Hart,    . 
Azel  Hatch,     .         .       _. 
John  Johnston,  Jr.,     . 
Byron  Burrett  Loughead,     . 
Thom.vs  McClelland,  . 
Jerome  Dolson  Mills, 
Lanman  James  Nettleton, 
B 


RESIDENCES. 

Oberlin, 

Philadelphia,  Pa.,    . 
Bangkok,  Siam,    . 
E.  Lake  George,  N.  Y 
Care>, . 

Central  City,  Col.,    . 
East   Springfield,   Pa 
Rochester,  Pa., 
Kenosha,  Wis., 
Nelson,     . 
Cleveland,    . 
Chatham, 
.-Vkron, 
Windham, 
Mendon,  111., 
Canton,  111.,     . 
Oberlin, 
9 


ROOMS. 

20  South  Professor  St. 

Gymnasium. 
18  West  College  st. 
.,12  Elm  St. 

Gymnasium. 

27  West  College  st. 

,  8  West  Lorain  st. 

59  East  College  st. 

60  East  College  st. 
35  North  Professor  st. 
23  North  Main  st. 
•59  East  College  St.. 

9  East  College  st. 
16  Elm  St. 
16  Elm  St. 
1(5  Elm  St. 
20  North  Main  st. 


OB  EEL  TX    rni  L  EGE. 


Gurnet  Mahan  Orvis,     . 

HOUAKT  KlNCSBl'RV   PaINTER, 

John  Fisher  Peck,   . 
Harlan  Page  Roberts, 
JuIIN  KaI'HAEL  Rooers,     . 
Frank  Alhkrt  Rose,  . 
('harles  Jackson  Ryder, 
William  Sanders  Scarborough, 
Willis  Parsons  Spring, 
Merritt  Starr, 

Henry  Stone,       .         .         .         . 
George  Rriiey  Thompson, 
William  Huntington  Tibbals,     . 
Freij  Kirtlani)  Tracy,     . 
Columbus  Vennum, 
John  Allen  Winters, 
Calvin  Stanley  Wood, 

Althea  Rosina  Sherman, 

Seniors  


Atlanta,  111.,     . 
Oberlin, 
Oberlin,    . 
Oberlin, 
Berea,  Ky., 
Carlisle, 
Oberlin,   . 
Macon,  Ga., 
Rosemond,  111., 
Moline,  111., 
Indianapolis,  lud., 
Seuecaville, 
North  Roy  alt  on', 
Mansfield,     . 
Morrison,  111., 
RoUa,  Mo.,    . 
Manchester,  Iowa, 

■National,  Iowa,    . 


27  West  Lorain  st. 

22  Spring  st. 

8  West  Lorain  st. 
46  North  Main  st. 

9  Forest  st. 

53  South  Professor  st. 
83  North  Main  st. 
fil  East  College  si. 

8  Elm  St. 

37  West  College  st. 
27  East  College  .st. 

23  North  Main  st. 
19  West  Lorain  st. 

4  Elm  St. 
12  Elm  St. 
60  East  College  st. 

9  East  College  st. 

Ladies'  Hall. 
3  5 


JUNIOR     CLASS 


.N.\MES. 

Arthur  Chase  Andrews, 
Charles  Richard  Andrews, 
Henry  Liberty  Bates,     . 
Lyman  Willard  Burr, 
Conger  R.  Campbell, 
Hkxry  Northrup  Castle,  . 
Clarence  John  Chase,     . 
Darius  Daniel  Clayton,     . 
Eli.iaii  Cooke, 
Henry  Francis  Derr, 
Burt  Erastus  De  Yd, 
Edwin  Kellogg  Fairchild, 
Frederic  Alden  Field,    . 
William  Goodkll  Frost,     . 
John  Hanshue. 
John  Columbus  Harris, 
William    Andrew  Hobbs, 
Sylvanus  Converse  Huntington, 


RESIDENCES. 

Oberlin,   ...  38 

Oberlin,        .         .  38 

Plymouth,  Neb.,  .     15 

Oberlin,         .         .  40 

Keeler,  Mich..  .     31 
North  Topeka,   Kan.,   61 

AVhittlesey,    .         .  15 

Little  Sandusky,  .     11 

Otto,  N.  Y.,  .         .  15 

Montville,         .  .     11 

Oberlin,         .         .  14 

Keokuk,  Iowa,  8 

Oberlin,         .         .  2 

Raymond,  Wis.,  .      24 

Western  Star,       .  24 

Antwerp,           .  .     30 

Lebanon,  Mo.,       .  19 

Jr.,  Pulaski,  N.  Y.,  .     15 

10 


KOOMS. 

North  Professor  st. 
North  Professor  st. 
South  Professor  St. 
West  Loraiii  st. 
North  Pleasant  st. 
East  College  st. 
South  Professor  st. 
West  St. 

South  Professor  st. 
W^est  St. 
East  Mill  St. 
Elm  St. 

East  Lorain  st. 
Tappan  Hall. 
Tappan  Hall. 
East  College  st. 
West  Lorain  at. 
South  Professor  St. 


OBEELIN  COLLEGE. 


Frank  Gardiner  Lee, 
Charles  Lunut  Lewis, 
Edward  Joseph  ^L\LLE, 
Charles  Beebe  Martin, 
Frederick  William  Meadows, 
Julius  Sinclair  Ogan, 
William  Ottkrbein  Pringle, 
George  Thompson  Reeves, 
Dan  Richards,    . 
Clayton  Brown  Rockhill, 
rovilliis  rollin  r0(!ers,    . 
Frederick   Shelton  Smedley, 
John  Ogilvie  Stbvenson,     . 
Robert  John  White, 

Ellen  Clorissa  Akers, 
Alice  Lee  Armsby,  . 
Clara  Evangeline  Babcock, 
Lucy  Ella  AVright, 


Biiraboo,  Wis., 

Ottawa,  111.,      . 

Bedford, 

Oberlin,   . 

Elyria, 

Columbus  Gi'ove, 

Fremont, 

Newark,  N.  Y., 

Oberlin, 

Oakland, 

Alden,  Iowa, 

Berea, 

New  Haven,  Ct.,  . 

Henrietta, 

Oberlin. 

Council  Grove,  Kan., 

Wayne, 

Oberlin,    . 


46  West  College  st. 

?,  College  Place. 
19  West  Lorain  st. 
6Vt  East  College  st. 

6  South  Pleasant  st. 
30  East  College  st. 

2  Colkge  Place. 

3  College  Place. 
59  East  College  st. 
25  North  Professor  st. 
4(3  West  College  st. 
19  West  Lorain  st. 

3  South  Professor  Bt. 
12  AVest  St. 

11  Spring  St. 
32  East  College  st. 
85  West  Lorain  at. 
S5  West  Lorain  st. 


Juniors 3  6 


SOPHOMORE     CLASS 


names. 
Joseph  Higgi.>is  Adams,    . 
Malcolm  Gr.emb  Alexander, 
William  Fremont  Bl.-ickman,  . 
Ohauncey  Marion  C.^^dy,     . 
William  Capell  Calland, 
Fredrric  Arthur  Churchill, 
Adelbert  Benjamin  Coon, 
George  Edward  Crane, 
Alexander   Sylvanus   Eaton, 
Albert  John  Gilchrist, 
Herbert  Delos  Goodenough,  . 
Evander  Joseph  Goodsell, 
Archibald  Hadden, 
Ben.jamin  Albert  Imes, 
Arthur  Desaline  Langston,  . 
JuDsoN  Oncken  Leslie, 
James  Robert  Logue, 
Charles  Albert  Marsh,     . 


RESIDENCES. 

Perrysburg, 

Clyde,   . 

Kirksville,  Mo., 

Oberlin, 

Summerfield,    . 

Oberlin, 

Marengo,  111., 

Oberlin, 

Alamo,  Mich., 

Oberlin, 

Barton,  Wis.,   . 

Nelson, 

Cleveland, 

Van  Wert,  Pa.,     . 

Washington,  D.  C, 

Princeton,  111., 

Northfield, 

Pontiac,  Mich., 


85  South  Main  st. 
9  Forest  st. 

22  Forest  st. 

GO  North  Main  st. 
26  West  College  st. 
85  North  Professor  st. 
38  South  Main  st. 
35  Tappan  Hall. 
34  North  Professor  st. 
'9  Tappan  Hall. 
80  West  College  st. 
10  Elm  St. 
51  Tappan  Hall. 

23  North  Professor  st. 
30  West  College  st. 
85  North  Professor  st. 
73  Tappan  Hall. 


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OB  Kit  LIN   COLLEGE. 


riixRi.Ks  Knwix  Monroe, 

.I\MK.<    KllWARO    Mo II TON, 
WiNTIlRllI'  DOWNES  PaINTKR, 

Kiiwix  II  \Ki  KiniARPS, 
Adki.bkrt  Si:mu;r.s, 
fiE0R(iK  Aliskrt Sessions, 

SaNKORI)    Kl.IllU    Slll'TT,       . 

Mkrtox  M  or  It  is  S(M'iRK, 
KuANCis  Marion  Waxskr, 
Ai,uKUT  Mauiiiv  Wiiekler,  . 

Mart  Louisa  Drake, 
Kli,a  Jane  Strong, 
Caroline  Wkices,     . 

Sophomores 


Oberlin,  . 

Brownsville, 

Ohcrlin,    . 

Meccrt, 

Lodi, 

Cleveliind,     . 

Middleport, 

Oberlin, 

Wakfman, 

Shelby, 

Oskaloosa,  Iowa, 
Oskaloosa,  Iowa, 
Oberlin,   . 


4  College  Place. 

22  Spring  st. 
First  Church. 

2  North  Pleasant  st. 
8  West  Lorain  sr. 

4  East  Lorain  st. 

3  College  Place. 

25  North  Professor  st. 
60  North  Professor  st. 

78  West  Lorain  st. 
78  West  Lorain  st. 
10  South  Professor  st. 


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FRESHMAN     CLASS. 


NAMKS. 

15ki,a  Rexoni  Adams, 
CiiAui.Es  WiiirKiKLi)   Allen, 
WiLiihRT  Lee  Anderson, 
William  Alfred  Bowex,     . 
(  iiARLES  Sherman  Brown, 
Frank  Can  field, 
.Jvmes   B:ci<nell    Castle, 

.VmI'I.I  AS    MiLTOV    CorXTRYMAN, 

.Marion  Fix  LEY  Cowan,    . 
Clarenc'e  Aylett  Crist, 
William  Docoett,  Jr., 
Fu  wic  1'auisii  Favel, 

ClIAHLES  IIOKERT  FORREST, 

Lrini.'s  BiERCE  Fitller, 
Marcus  Hell  Fuller, 
IIexry  Orlando  Gardner, 
Waken E  .Vlmot  Gates,     . 
.loiiN  Henry  Grose, 
Fdwiv  Aubott  Hazeltine. 
William   Norman  .Johnson, 
Oliver  Howard  Koons,    . 
.1  AMES  Henderson  Kyle, 
James  Henry  Leonard,    . 


KESIDENCKS. 

Columbia, 
Oberlin, 

East  Berkshire,  Vt., 
Oberlin, 
Oberlin,   . 
Cleveland,    . 
Honolulu,  Haw.  lis., 
Hastings,  Minn., 
H;i'ilin, 

Burlington,  Iowa,     . 
Niagara  Falls,  N.  Y., 
Oberlin,   . 
Sauk  City,  Wis.,  . 
Nelson,     . 
Nelson, 

RichviUe,  N.  V., 
Middlefield, 
Des  Moines,  Iowa, 
Busti,  N.  Y., 
Oberlin,    . 
Sulphur  Springs,  . 
Urbana,  111., 
Bridgewaler,  Maps., 
12 


KOOMS. 

18  West  College  st. 
68  South  Main  st. 
1 1  South  Professor  st. 
41  AVest  College  st. 
27  North  Main  st. 
10  Elm  St. 
31  West  College  st. 
27  North  Main  st. 

9  Elm  St. 

7  South  Professor  st. 
26  Hast  Lorain  st. 
14  North  Main  st. 
Chapel. 

34  West  College  st. 
17  West  College  st. 

Second  Church. 
74  East  College  st. 

35  South  Main  st. 
49  Tappan   Hall. 
51  East  College  st. 
CO  Tappan  Hall. 
15  West  Lorain  st. 
23  West  College  st. 


1 

OBEBLIN    COLLEGE. 

Or  A  MEL  William  Lucas,  . 

Canon  City,  Col., 

6  West  Lorain  st. 

Lucius  Markham, 

.     Guy's  Mills,  Pa.,  . 

23  North  Professor  st. 

William  Beecher  McIntyre,  . 

DeKalb,   . 

74  Tappan  Hall. 

Wilder  Stevens  Metcalk,  . 

Elyria, 

18  West  College  st. 

Lindley  Warren  Morris, 

Alliance, 

47  West  College  st. 

Charles  Edward  Morse,     . 

Bedford, 

74  Eaat,  College  st. 

Edward  Waterous  Peck, 

Oberlin, 

8  West  Lorain  st. 

Albert  Clifford  Penfield, 

.     Oberlin, 

83  South  Main  st. 

Charles  Milton  Rice, 

Russia,     . 

Mr.  Rice's. 

Joi'H  Schneider,  . 

.     West  Bend,  Win., 

57  Tappan  Hall. 

Alberto  Calvin  Shattuck,     . 

Tontogany,  . 

30  West  College  st. 

Karl  Andrew  Snyder, 

.     Oberlin,    . 

11  Elm  St. 

David  Brainerd  Spencer, 

Bcnzonia,  Mich.,  . 

35  West  Lorain  st. 

MiLFORD  Herbert  Squire, 

.     Oberlin,   . 

3  College  Place. 

Wesley  Meyers  Stover, 

Lisle,  HI.,      . 

12  West  St. 

Louis    Richard  Swift, 

.     Russia,     . 

Mr.  Swift's. 

Henry  Ernkst  Thayer,    . 

Freedom, 

37  West  College  st. 

James  Alpheus  Thomas, 

.     Oberlin,    . 

7  North  Water  st. 

Harry  Dwioht  Thompson, 

Denver,  Col., 

79  North  Main  st. 

Howard  Tracy,    . 

.     Mansfield, 

4  Elm  St. 

Eugene  Albert  Tuttle,  . 

North  Amherst,    . 

47  West  College  st. 

Charles  Selden   Vaile, 

Kokomo,  Ind.,  . 

.       9  Elm  St. 

Solomon  Watkins,    . 

Lawrence,  Kan.,  . 

39  North  Main  st. 

John  William  Welsh, 

.     Elyria,      . 

Second  Church. 

Geordie  Zeno  Whitney,  . 

Oberlin, 

26  South  Professor  st . 

Melville  Cleme\t  Whitney, 

.     Oberlin,   . 

26  South  Professor  st. 

Francis  Albert  Wilcox, 

Richfield,      . 

49  Tappan  Hall. 

William  Cullen  Wilcox,    . 

.     Richfield, 

.     49  Tappan  Hall. 

Lunette  Angelina  Drew,.. 

Oberlin, 

29  South  Main  st. 

Ellen  Electa  Grannis, 

.     Oberlin,    . 

.     71  North  Main  st. 

Adra  Holmes,  .... 

Mt.  Vernon, 

10  Forest  st. 

May  Richards, 

.     Oberlin, 

59  East  College  st. 

Lillie  Scidmore, 

Washington,  D.  C, 

9  Forest  st. 

Ida  Elfleda  Willcutt, 

.     Oberlin, 

19  North  Main  st. 

Freshmen 

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♦-♦■•- 


FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 

JAMES  DASCOMB.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS.         CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL. 

GILES  W.  SHURTLEFF.  ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT.  JAMES  H.  LAIRD. 


JAMES  K.  SEVERANCE.        JAMES  K.  NEWTON.  A.  G.  UPTON. 

— ^   ■»■  -— 


STUDENTS. 


SENIOR     CLASS. 

."VA.MES.  RESIDENCES. 

J.  Mo.NROE  Marks, Marengo,  lU. 

IIarky  M.  Wiikdon, Hinckley. 

Seniors 2 


JUNIOR    CLASS. 

.\'A.MES.  KESIDE.XCES. 

LiiwiN  W.  CoiT, North  Fairfield. 

.VurjirsTL's  E.  Uinlap, AuroraTille,  Wis. 

Irvint;  W.  Metcalk, Elyria. 

Juniors 3 

14 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


SOPHOMORE     CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDKNCES. 

Byron  Dutton, Auburn. 

J.\ME.s  W.  HoLTON, Saviinnali. 

Mir,LARD  J.  King ;         .         Chanloii. 

Herbert  D.  Lafferty, Oheilin. 

Charles  A.  Phelps, Obevlin. 

John  F.  Rti.nnels,  ........  New  Wiiy. 

Louis  S   Thompson,     .......  Denvei-.  Col. 

Fred.  Webster,     ........       Rawsonville. 

Sophomores 8 


FRESHMAN     CLASS. 

NAMES.  KESIUKNCKS. 

J.  C.  Applegate,        .         .         .         .         .         .         .         Pittsburg,  P.i. 

George  C.  Bacon, Union  Mills. 

Edmund  G.  Beach,     ........   Peri\vsi>utg. 

J.  .J.  Bliss,  .........   Bjiinbriilge. 

Lorenzo  Bennett,      ........  Slmion. 

S.  E.  Boots .         .         .     Pl:.iiifiHl(l    III. 

Frank  C.  Case •       .         .    West  Bloomfield. 

G,  J.  Clark, Oberlin. 

L   U.Clark,       .........    Huntsbiu'g. 

Elijah  P.  Clemens, Dayton. 

Clarence  W.  Cook, Hawaii,  Sandwich  Is. 

C.  F.  Cooper, Ml.  Vernon. 

C.  Cranston,        .         .         .         '         .         .         .         .     Milford  Center. 

R.  B   Drake, Bloom. 

F.  0    Egcleston, /.         .  Aurora. 

Charles  Fenton,       .         .         .    '      .         .  ■      .         .         Ncwion   F;i!ls. 
THEonoRE  p.  Fergi^son,         ......  Mansfield. 

J.  Russell  ^^inney,    .......  Flint,   Mich. 

Frank  S.  Gray, O.ik  P;irk,  HI, 

.J.  H.  Helwio, Gnadenhiitien. 

Charles  S.  Holyoke, Ciiic.isro,  111. 

L.  S.  Hubbard Sandusky. 

A.  C.  Johnston, Cleveland. 

W.  S.  Kellog, Ashland. 

F.  F.  LippiT Guy's  Mills,  Pa. 

James  B.  McDonald,    .         .         .         .         .  North  Springfield,  Pa. 

15 


OBEELIN  COLLEGE. 


James  McLkery, West  Alexander,  Pa. 

W.  D.  ^^^■LKERY, West  Alexander,  Pa. 

Edwi.n  H.  Mkrkki.l,  Jr.. Cleveland. 

Harry  M.  F.  Mouse, New  York  Citv. 

Harlan  Pomeroy, StronorsTille. 

V.  H.  Rood, Oberlin. 

EnwiN  B.  Runnels, New  Way. 

William  C.  Simpson, Oswego,  N.  Y. 

H.  D.  Smith, Greensburg. 

George  W.  Spenser, Shalersville. 

James  B.  Stocking, Elyria. 

M.  M.  Warner, Plainfield,  111. 

Orin  S.  Welty, Wilmot. 

Mills  Whittlf,.sey,       ......  Romeford,  Conn. 

J.  G.  WooLWORTH, Westfield,  Mass. 

Ezra  H.  Yaggy, Plainfield,  III. 

Jacob  R.  Young, Mt.  Vernon. 

Freshmen ..43 


IN  SELECT  STUDIES. 

NAMES,  RESIDENCES. 

Howard  H.  Carter, Tallmadge 

R.  S.  IIuLBURT, \'»\>8t  Winsted,  Conn. 

F,  W.  HuLLTNGER Granville,  111. 

John  F.  Humphreys, [lethseda,  N.  Wales. 

William  H.  Peck,  .' Oberlfn. 

George  B.  Walker, RichvilK. 

In  Select  Studies 6 


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INSTRUCTORS. 


HENRY  F.  CLARK,  Principal. 
JAMES  H.  LAIRD.  AUGUSTUS  G.  UPTON. 

Assisted  bij  Students  in  the  Seminary  and  in  the  higher  College  Classes. 


STUDENTS. 


SENIOR     CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Jason  A.  Barber,         .......  Tontogany. 

Madison  AV.  Beacom, Mechanicstown. 

Fred.  Bellows, Weeping  Water,  Neb. 

George  Boon, ,        .    Mecca. 

Arthur  G.  Brown, Oberlin. 

William  II.  Buss, .  Creston,  111. 

Harry  M.  Cake, West  Independence. 

Thomas  Cashman,  .......  Wakeman. 

DwifiHT  H.  Clapp, Kirtland. 

Sereno  J.,  Clark, Freedom. 

Henry  Conner, Burton,  111. 

EvERARD  W.  Dascomb, Wilion,  N.  H. 

Walter  Dean, Kelleys  Island. 

Wilbur  G.  Freese, Brunswick. 

Herbert  F.  Granger, Sandwich,  111. 

Burton  F.  Hales, Amherst. 

Frank  W.  Harrington, Warren. 

Miles  W.  Harrison, La  Grange. 

George  A.  B.  Heazleton, Pittsburgh,  Pa. 

Robert  C.  Henderson, •  Zanesville. 

Oliver  R.  Hoover, Cleveland. 

3  IT 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


Oliveu  E.  IIotchkiss, South  Kiitland. 

Clifton  D.  Hubbell, Bedford. 

D.  WiLi.KY  Hi'LBi'RT, Seville. 

AhtiilrC.Jo.ne9, Galena. 

Joseph  A.  Juli.^.n, Dowagiac,  Mich. 

Ch.vkles  W.  Kimball, Maywood,  111. 

Nestor  Light, •      Chicago,  111. 

Robert  McKee, Meiom,  Ind. 

Ci'RisTorHER  C.  McKin.ney, Columbia,  S.  C. 

George  W.  Moore, Cleveland. 

William  C.  Pardee, Windham. 

James  E.  Pearson, York. 

Alfred  B.  Penniman, Woodburn,  111. 

Henry  Richer,  Kelleys  Island. 

George  B.  Rikd, Slieveroe,  Ireland. 

William  H.  Robison, Stockton,  Cal. 

George  M  Sherman, Henrietta. 

Charles  J.  Siddall Oberlin. 

Samuel  R.  Singer, Zanesville. 

George  W.  Starring, Clarkston,  Mich. 

Edgar  G.  Sweet Avon. 

Edward  H.  Taylor, Summerfield. 

Benjamin  Thompson, Urbana. 

Henry  F.  Tonsing, Bedford. 

DwiGiiT  Baldwin  Ward, Mattawan,  Mich. 

CoRwiN  G.  Warden, Oberlin. 

William  A.  Williamson,       .        .         .        .         •         .       Lincoln,  111. 

Samuel  C.  Windsor, Beaufort,  S.  C 

Newton  Wyeth, ,         .       New  Wa^. 

Jennie  Bebout, Savannah. 

Mattie  L.  Bigelow, .     Berea. 

Agnes  Caldwell,  ........     Erie,  Pa. 

EvaJ.Ceas, Obeilin. 

Exana  Cochrane, Baraboo,  Wis. 

-Myka  a.  Edwards,        ........      Oberlin. 

Ei.LEN  A.  Hayes,        ........         Hanover. 

Essie  E.  Johnson, .  Fitchville. 

Eva  I.  Lamb, Oberlin. 

Alice  E.  Mead, Obti-lin. 

Emma  E.  Morehead,   .         .  Finley. 

Emma  J.  Sahokd, Madison. 

Seniors  62 


I 


OBERLIN  (JOLLEGB. 


MIDDLE      CLASS. 

NAMES.  KESIDENCES. 

L.  J.  Aldeich, Conklingville,  N.  Y. 

Benjamin  F.  Aldridge,      ......    Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

RoYCE  A.  Bass, West  Rfindolph,  Vt. 

David  S.  Booth,  .....  Corpus  Christi,  Texas. 

George  L.  Brown,  .......  Mansfield. 

Albert  Bdrnham,       .......     Wilford  Centre. 

Wilbur  F.  Catton, Rushfort,  N.  Y. 

Beriah  F.  Cochrane, Oberlin. 

E.  H.  Cole Litchfield. 

HuRLBURT  E.  Cole ,    .         Strono;sville. 

Andrew  J    Comings, Oberlin. 

James  H    Condit, Tontogany. 

Nelson  F.  Cornish, Marston,  Wis. 

Walter  F.  Cranston,         . Broadway. 

Edward  W.  Doane,        .....  Honolulu,  Sandwich  Isl. 

.JOHN  S.  Edmonds, Avon,  0. 

D.  S.  Edwards, Oberlin. 

Trowbridge  C.  Eggleston,       .....  Gaines,  N.  Y. 

Will  Cary  Endley,       .......  Mansfield. 

Louis  P.  Ernst, East  Saginaw,  Mich. 

T.  W.  Fitzgerald,         ......  Chicopee,  Mass. 

Charles  S.  Goodenough,  ......  Bar, on.  Wis. 

Samuel  Grant,     .........      Oberlin. 

William  W    Hannon, Uowagiac,  Mich. 

Byron  B.  Harrison,      .......         La  Grange 

Arthur  E.  Hershizer,      .......  .  Shelby. 

WiLLARD  A.  Hodge,       ......  .Tanesville,  Wis. 

Bayard  T.  Houston, Frankfort,  111. 

Henry  J.  Hull, Oberlin. 

Francis  M.  KooNS, .'        .    Sulphur  Springs. 

Charles  W.  Loomis Charlestown. 

Oscar  H.  McConoughey, .  Oberlin. 

Alvin  a.  McGerry,    ........         Colwell. 

Frank  G.  Mead, Oberlin. 

Samuel  G.  Messer,       .         .         .    -     .         .         .         .     Parnassus,  Pa. 

William  M.  Monroe, Oberlin. 

James  A.  Moors,      • West  Winfield,  N.  Y. 

Andrew  H.  Noah, Peninsula. 

Fred.  J.  Owen, New  York  City. 

Delos  a.  Pope Bowling  Green. 

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OBEBLIN   COLLEGE. 


Caius  F.  Pc(;9ley, Chester  X  Roads. 

J.  F.  Ramsdell, Marblehead. 

G.  A.  Ramsky,  New  Lisbon. 

FixLEY  B.  Richards, Brimfield. 

James  W.  Richards, Rutland. 

J.  Lee  Richmond,     .......         Berlin  Heights. 

DeWitt  N.  Rosecrans, East  Cleveland. 

Elbert  B.  Rowland, Patchogue,  N.  Y. 

C.  M.  Shepaed, Raleigh,  Tenn. 

0.  S.  Snow, Avon. 

Samuel  S.  Stokes, North  Ridgeville. 

Ho.xsie  V.  Stone, Oswego,  N.  Y. 

Warren  Stone,    . Danville,  lU. 

Charles  S.  Strong, Seville. 

George  L.  Swindt, Clinton,  Mich. 

Owen  J.  Turner, Putnam. 

John  M.  Vincent, Elyria. 

F.  S.  Water-s, Lenox. 

R.  S.  Wheeler, Shelby. 

J.  F.  Whiteleather, New  Haven,  Ind. 

Charles  Wilkins,  .......         Cleveland. 

Ella  M.  Bailey, Russia, 

.Mary  E.  Case, ,         .         .        Milan. 

Ida  M.  Hadden, Cleveland. 

Mart  E.  Temple, Birmingham. 

Sarah  C.  Tucker,     ........       Plymouth. 

Middles 66 


JUNIOR    CLASS. 


names. 

James  D.  Bagky, 
EaviN  R.  Barney, 
Frank  S.  Barker, 
Harry  W.  Bascom, 
S.  J.  Bassford, 
George  W.  Bede, 
W.  P.  Beeching, 
J.  H.  Bellows, 
Lorenzo  Bennett, 
Clinton  D.  Black. 


RESIDENCES. 

.  Oxford. 

Maywood,  lU. 

Newport,  Ky. 

.  Greensburg. 

Thomaston,  Ct. 

Oberlin. 

Huntsburg,  Ind. 

Weeping  Water,  Neb. 

.  Sharon. 

.     West  Liberty. 


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OBERLIN   COLLEGE. 


C.  W.  Black, Columbus. 

E.  D.  BosTwiCK, Edinburg. 

John  S.  Butler, .    North  Ridgeville. 

Eber  Byham, Guy's  Mills,  Pa. 

Ortn  B.  Cady, Oberlin. 

D.  D   Cameron, West  Bend.  Wis. 

Harry  A.  Clark, Mt.  Vernon. 

Herbert  W.  Cole, Peninsula. 

Walter  Coleman, Oberlin. 

Harkt  W.  Compton, Roscoe. 

George  Cromwell, Black  River. 

G.  F.  Douthill, Atwater. 

George  B.  Drennan, Plymouth. 

W.  W.  Epps, T.impico. 

Willie  J.  Finlet, Obevlin. 

J.  S.  Fowler, Belmont,  N.  Y. 

J.  0.  Garrett,  .         .  .......        Palenno. 

T.  V.GiBBS, Tallahassee,  Fla. 

Perry  H.  Griffing, .        Rodney,  Miss. 

L.  E.  Hall, Chagrin  Falls. 

J.  E.  Harriss, Cato,  Wis. 

William  H.  Hart, MiUeville,  N.  Y. 

Allen  Hartzel,  ......  New  Haven,  Ind. 

D.  M.  Hayden, Bedford. 

Lyman  W.  Hull, .         Sandusky. 

Blair  S.  Hunt, Memphis,  Tenu. 

Joseph  Jackson, Mason,  Mich. 

Charles  M.  Jerauld,         .....         ...    Green. 

J.  W.  Johnson,         .........    Oberlin. 

Frank  C.  Jones,         .......  Monroeville. 

VtRGiL  M.  Lamb, Oberlin. 

Charles  S.  Leeper, Atlanta,  111. 

P.  L.  Malle, Bedford. 

G.  A.  Maston, While  Sulphur  Springs,  W.  Va. 

Alfred   McCaskey,         ......     Sulphur  Springs. 

J.  L.  McClelland,      ......       Mount  Jackson,  Pa. 

Charles  S.  McGill, Mercer,  Pa. 

W.  Charles  McI.>;tyre, Royalton,  Wis. 

Orlando  B.  McKinney,     ......     Cerro  Gordo,  HI. 

Luther  H.  Mead, .       Greenwich. 

J.  W.  Merrow, East  Thet ford,  Mich. 

C.  A.  Metcalf, Oberlin. 

A.  F.  R.  Moore,     , Windham  Station. 

•il 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


.Iamks.I.  NiitY, Oberlin. 

1).  I).  OsuoKN,       .  North  Dover. 

Ca!»9ii;!«  C.  Parker, Ripley. 

Milton  C.  Phillips Royalion,  Wis. 

.\n(:klo  C.  Pickett Ravenna. 

.1    A.PiEUSo.v, Goodrich,  Mich. 

II.  K   Polk, Milton,  Ky. 

W    II.  PuGSLKT Russell. 

VIiLTON   C.  R.vTUBUN, Ncwbiirgh. 

Frank  G.  Robb, ;         .     Coe  Ridge. 

Fl'Lton  S.  Robinson,      ...;...  Maysville. 

Winnie  B.  Ross,  Cambridge,  Pa. 

EhWARi)  A.  Siiannefelt, Cassopolis,  Mich. 

James  H.  Sanders, ,     Madison,  Ind. 

Charles  H.  Sawyer Kent. 

Frank  E.  Sawyer Newburgh. 

C.  A.  Searle Berkshire. 

,).  A.  SiiAWAN, Urbana. 

P.  E.  Sherman, Canaan. 

Ei>wiN  B.  Smith, Cerro  Gordo,  111. 

Thomas  P.  Smith, Cairo,  111. 

F.  II.  Snow, Avon. 

.1.  (I.  Stkwert, Cleveland. 

William  Suni>beck, Manistee,  Mich. 

Albert  Thrasher,    ........         Burton. 

I,  N.  Vantassel,  .......  Milton  Center. 

C.  E,  Walters Chagrin  Falls. 

Herbert  K.  Wester velt,     .......    Oberlin. 

F.  N.  Wilcox, Brecksville. 

William  I).  Wilder,    ......      Mulberry  Corners. 

I!.  ,1.  WiLKiN.sov,     ........     Columbus. 

John  W.  Worrell,      ......         Brownsville,  Pa. 

Clinton  Wyeth,      .         .         .         .         .         .         .         .      New  Way. 

A.  J.  YoiNfi,       ........     Four  Corners. 

Juniors .'. 8  7 


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fuglisli   ji[^p^^f0^|   lejJtJi^fment- 


INSTRUCTORS. 


JAMES  H.  LAIRD,  Principal. 
Miss  KATE  A.  BUSHNELL.  AUGUSTUS  G.  UPTON. 

Assisted  by  students  in  the  Seminary,  and  in  the  higher  classes  of  the  ColU'ije 

and^adies''  Department. 


STUDENTS. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Alfred  A.  Aldrich,  ...  .         .         .         .         .         Crystal,  I:>. 

Edwi\  R.  Alger.     .......       West  Richfield. 

Burton  W.  Allis, Forest. 

Charles  F.  Ander.^o.n,   .....        Edwarcisburg,  Mich. 

.John  L.  Anuerson,     .         .         .         .         .         .         .      Rossville,  111. 

W.  L.  Anperson,  ......  East  Berkshire,  Vi. 

Benjamin  F.  Armstkono,  .....  Hayesville. 

Alfred  Army,       ........     Chicago,  III. 

L.  Arnold,       ........  Randolph,  N.  Y. 

J.  H.  Atwater,   .........   Castalia. 

Arthur  Bacon,         ......       Edwardsburg,  Mich. 

Anson  C.  Barber.        .....  Chester  Cross  Roads. 

Henry  J.  Barnabee,   ........  York. 

F.  B.  Barrett,        .......  New  London. 

Bolivar  K.  Beach, Pittstield. 

Albert  Beecher,  ........       VVakeman. 

Augustus  Bell,  ........       Oberlin. 

William  R.  Bell,  ........  Oberlin. 

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OBKIiLIX    COLLEGE. 


H   E.  Bell Haidin. 

CASsiMtR  D   Bksnett, Eljrja. 

Artiii-r  W.  Breed, Hampton,  la. 

Chester  Boxstel, Oberlin. 

S.  E.  Boots, Plainfield,  111. 

C.  B.  BoswFLL, New  Hope,  Va. 

KiRHY  BuTUWELL, Cleveland. 

Mai'rice  a.  Bradley, Cleveland. 

Sami'ki.  K   r.uAiiLEY, Toledo. 

Frank  R   Brown, Toledo. 

John  E.  Bkyan,  .         .         .         .         .         .         .         Solsburg,  Ind. 

K.  11.  Calaway Iionton. 

John  Carpe.nteb North  Eaton. 

\Vii.LiA.M  ("a.'hi'bell Kenton. 

David  W.  Carter, '      .         .         .     Oberlin. 

W.  "W.  Carter Dunkirk,  N.  Y. 

Edward  A.  Cary, Elyria. 

A.  Chapman, Sheffield  Lake. 

Caius  a.  Chapman, ,         Huntington. 

Ciiari.es  E.  Clark Oberlin. 

Cassu's  M.  Clay, Spartansburg. 

Ransom  B.  Collier North  Fairfield 

Ukokge  T.  Cook, Aberdeen,  Miss. 

James  Colwell. Baton  Rouge,  La. 

J.  W.  ("ouN .     Bridgewater. 

William  H   (^  raio,     .......         West  Liberty. 

Bkrtie  D.  Crane, Oberlin. 

C.  H.  Crane,  Oberlin. 

LsAAC  B.  Cypher Saxon,  Pa. 

N   S.  Daniels Euggles. 

Casstus  K.  Davfs Cleveland. 

J  M.  Davis. Rockiord,  111. 

John  F.  Day, Elyria. 

.Xrtiuir  W.  Dean,         ......  Kelley's  Island. 

L.  B.  Demuth,  Tuscarawas. 

L.  M.  De  Mass Sullivan. 

Frank  E.  Denman, Wakeman. 

Georoe  M.  Derr,  ........     Sharon. 

H.  C.  Dillingham, Arcade,  N.  Y. 

DoLSEY  Daniel, Baton  Rouge,  La. 

Wallace  C.  Drake, .  Sullivan. 

A.  L.  Didley, Henrietta. 

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OBERLIN   COLLEGE. 


Robert  H.  Donston,  ......  South  Salem. 

Stephen  L.  Dunham,       .......  CoUamer. 

Arthur  Dusenberrt,         .         .         .         .         .     Chester  Cross  Roads. 

JosiAH  A.  Eade, Elizabeth,  111. 

Harry  G.  Edgerton,     . Fremont. 

W.  A.  EisEXHOUR,     ........'         Fremont. 

Isaac  Eversole,  Basil. 

Charles  A.  Favel, .      Oberlin. 

Fred.  A.  Fields, Oberlin. 

Joseph  R.  Finney,         . Flint,  Mich. 

D.  C.  Fischer, Romney,  W.  Va. 

Uriah  Fletcher, Royalton,  Wis. 

Thomas  F.  Flowers,         . Oberlin. 

E.  W.  Frazer Ravenna. 

D.  C.  Freeman, La  Grange. 

Eugene  Froelich,  .......     Independence. 

George  L.  Gill, Oberlin. 

John  A.  Godlet,  ........       Oberlin. 

A.  H.  Gotham, White  Sulphur  Springs. 

Nathan  A.  Graham,  Flushing,  Mich. 

Albert  Greeley, Oberlin. 

W.  S.  Hackney, Aurora,  III. 

A.  B.  Hanshue, Mendon,  Mich. 

Frank  S.  Harder, Castleton,  N.  Y. 

Lewis  Hardick,  Millville,  N.  Y. 

C.  F.  Harpster,  ........        Birllevue. 

Frank  Haven, North  Eaton. 

Vernon  A.  Herrtck,  Chester  Cross  Roads. 

Frank  P.  Hill, Jackson,  Miss. 

T.  P.  Hill, Mayfield. 

,    H.  A.  Hills,  .........     Oberlin. 

William  H.  Hodge, Oberlin. 

Ira  Hoops, New  Paris,  Ind. 

Edward  L.  Hotchkiss, South  Kirtland. 

Joseph  Hoyle, Newton  Falls. 

Charles  S.  Hfbbard,  Pittsburg,  Pa. 

Herbert  G.  Husted,  ......  Greenwich. 

Charles  D.  Jones, Penfield. 

Leonard  Jones,  Penfield. 

Lafayette  Jordan, Lirtle  Rock,  Ark. 

L.  W.  Jordan,  Bucyrus. 

Charles  C.  Kelley, Fostoria. 

A.  P.  Kimball,  Oberlin. 

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1 — • , 

OBEJlL/y 

COLLEGE. 

Henry  C.  Kimhai.i 

Tidioute.  Pa. 

Henuy  F.  Kimball, 

Chicago,  in. 

L.   F.    KlNCi^lilRY, 

Pittuficld. 

Henry  M.  Kinsman, 

Potsdnm  Junctioa,  N.  T. 

Charles  J.  Kirk, 

Crescent,  Pa. 

Gkorge  E.  Kline, 

Mercer,  Pa. 

F.  Adon  Krill, 

Tonlogany. 

Stanley  B.  Lafkerty, 

Oberlin. 

C.  Lacoue,           .... 

Havanna. 

Alpiioxzo  D.  Lindslet, 

Penfield. 

He.vuy  F.  Low, 

Albion,  111. 

Arnold  Lynn, 

Randolph,  N.  Y. 

Amos  H,  Lyon, 

Raymond, 

Julian  Lyon, 

Copley. 

Frank  W.  Lctz, 

Elmore. 

James  Manny, 

Royalton. 

Stewart  McClelland. 

Oberlin. 

John  W.  McCadoo, 

Oberlin. 

Isaac  N.   McMoran, 

St,  Paris. 

Samuel  Messer, 

Psiinassus,  Pa. 

I.  B.  Mills, 

Nelson, 

Charles  Minch, 

Vermillion, 

George  C.  Moore, 

Mercer,  Pa. 

Geokge  W.  Morriss, 

Oberlin. 

H.  L.  Moses, 

Cleveland. 

J    H.   Mull 

Oberlin. 

Orlo  C.  Nelson. 

Coe  Ridge, 

John  H.  Nickel, 

Fremont. 

Setii  C.  Niman, 

Spring  Mills, 

John  Onnks,         .... 

Smith's  Ferry,  Pa, 

George  W.  Oravkj. 

Belle  vne. 

George  A.  Oswald, 

Tontogany. 

ChARLK.S  W.   OviATT, 

Dunkirk,  N,  Y, 

Salmon  A.  Pardee, 

Windham, 

A.  E.  Pearfon, 

London,  Pa. 

Charles  B.  Penkield, 

Oberlin. 

William  II.  1'knn. 

Burlington, 

Willis  F.  Persons, 

Sullivan. 

Fred  I).  IMerce, 

Wakeman. 

RoitERT  A.  PiNN, 

Oberlin. 

James  F.  Powers, 

Perrysburg. 

.1.    A.  I'l',l\<  K, 

Urbnna. 

Wll,   S.    I'UOSSKR. 

New  London. 

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2(J 

OBEBLrX    COLLEGE. 


James  K.  Polk, 
G.  A.  Ramsey, 
R.  S.  Ramsey, 
Albekt  H,  Rathbux, 
Frank  E.  Rathbun, 
George  Reber, 
Charles  T,  Redferx, 
Horace  G.  Redington, 
John  W.  Richards, 
Ransom  B.  Richards, 
NoRMAX  S.  Robe, 
Theodore  C.  Rogers, 
George  E.  Rose, 
S.  T.  Runnells, 
Thomas  C.  Sanders, 
L.  H.  Sanford, 
WiLLARD  A.  Sawyer. 
William  G.  Saxton, 
John  Schmidt. 
Frederick  B.  Scisson, 
John  Scott, 
John  L.  Scott, 
Lewis  R.  Scott, 
Arthur  E.  Sexton, 
James  B.  Sholl, 
Hezekiah  Shorter, 
John  W.  Small, 
James  P.  Smead, 
Abram  F.  Smith, 
Charles  L.  Smith, 
F.  M.  Smith, 
William  G.  Smith, 
J.  R.  Smithea, 
Alfred  Squire, 
Amos  A.  Starwalt, 
John  W.  Stevens, 
Alfred  Stewart, 
Ernest  B.  Streator, 
Hale  Strickland, 
William  Strickland, 
Vernon  A.  Strong, 
William  H.  Strong, 
John  H.  Stull, 


Chicago. 

New  Lisbon. 

New  Lisbon. 

Oberlin. 

Oberlin. 

Sandusky. 

Bloom. 

Amherst. 

Rutland. 

Brimfield. 

Braceville. 

New  Fairfield,  Ct. 

Elyria. 

New  Way. 

Vicksburg,  Miss. 

Saines'  Mills,  N.  Y. 

Painesviile. 

Oberlin. 

Euclid  Creek. 

East  Cleveland. 

Port  Burnell. 

Table  Rock,  W.  Va. 

Florence. 

Oberlin. 

Burlington,  N.  J. 

Lawrence,  Kan. 

Aurora,  111. 

Madison. 

Jersey  City. 

Millford,  Mich. 

Toledo. 

Oberlin. 

Richmond,  Va. 

Elyria. 

Oberlin. 

Pensacola,  Fla. 

Vicksburg,  Miss. 

Oberlin. 

New  Albany,  Minn. 

Ravenna. 

Huntsburg. 

Oberlin. 

Fremont. 


n 


OBERLIN   COLLEGE. 


Jay  H.  Sturgis. 
David  E.  Swank, 
John  W.  Tayi.ok, 

GhOROE  W.  TeNNANT, 

Selden  D.  Tennant, 
Lkroy  B.  Thompson, 
PiiiLir  G.  Thompson, 

WiLUARD   L.  TORREt, 

0.  J.  Turner, 
Ltmam  E.  Tuttle, 
Benjamin  A.  V^aughn, 
Edwin  H.  Waite, 
Richaru  Wallace, 
Martin  L.  Walt, 
Frank  Warner, 
Davii>  L.  Watson, 
F.  Edward  Weeks, 
Ira  E   Welch, 
Anson  West, 
Fred.  West, 
Geo.  L.  West. 
Asa  L.  Weston, 
W.  L.  Wetter, 
J.  M.  White, 
George  E.  Whitney, 
Omer  a.  Whitney, 

AVKRY  J.  WiGHTMAN, 

Charles  A.  Wilcox, 
H.  C.  Wilcox, 

ArOlISTl'S    WiLDMAN, 

Milton  Williams, 
Senaca  B.  Williams, 
Clarence  C.  Wilmot, 
Stanley  E.  Wilmot, 
R.  Wilson, 

Frank   L.  Winchester, 
Frederick  Wright, 
Groroe  Wright, 

English  Preparatory.. 


Steuben. 

Delta. 

Austin,  Texas. 

Kipton. 

,  Kipton. 

Norwalk. 

Kensington,   Mich. 

Oberlin. 

ZanesYille. 

Decaulin,  Mich. 

Peakesvilh',  Mo. 

Oberlin. 

Copper  Falls,  Mich. 

Rolling  Prairie,  Ind. 

Plainfield,  111. 

Oberlin. 

Birmingham. 

Cleveland. 

Pittsfield. 

Pittsfield. 

Tontogany. 

Dover. 

Atwater  Center. 

Atwater. 

Sandusky. 

Oberlin. 

Cleveland. 

Brecksville. 

Brecksville. 

Sandusky. 

Milan. 

Gustavus. 

Claridon. 

Claridon. 

Penfield. 

Cambridge,  Pa. 

Wyanett,  111. 

Oberlin. 


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adies'   lepatimeni. 


FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 

Mrs   a.  a.  F.  JOHNSTON,  Principal. 

Miss  MARY  M.  KINNEY',  Assista.nt. 

JAMES  DASCOMB.  JOHN  M.ELLIS.         CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL. 

JUDSON  SMITH.        GILES  W.  SHURTLEFF.       ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT. 


JAMES  R.  SEVERANCE.      JAMES  K.  NEWTON.       AUGUSTUS  G.  UPTON. 

Miss  KATE  A.  BUSHNELL. 


LADIES'  BOARD  OF    MANAGERS. 


Mrs.  a.  a.  F.  JOHNSTON. 
Mrs.  MARIANNE  P.  DASCOMB. 
Mrs.  REBECCA  FINNEY. 
Mrs.  SARAH  D.  PENFIELD. 


Mhs.  MARY  L.  P.  KINNEY. 
Mrs.  MINERVA  E.  ELLIS. 
Mrs.  ELIZABETH  S.  MEAD. 
Mrs.  AUGUSTA  B.  SMITH. 


Mrs.  MARY  B.  SHURTLEFF, 


STUDENTS. 


FOURTH     YEAR. 


XAMES. 
CaLISTA  AxT'REWS. 

Annie  Sara  Benso.v, 
Ellen  Josephine  Brickett, 
Emma  Irene  Crumrine, 


RESIDENCES. 


Frycburg,  Me. 

Beloit,  Wis 

East  Lake  George,  N.  Y 

Nova. 


29 


QBE  RUN 

V.IA..K  Dooi.nrLE, 

COLLEGE. 

Ontario,  Ind. 

Elizabktii  Pattkrson  Gkaiiam, 

Lexington. 

Anna  Holland  Jones, 

Oberlin. 

Mary  Edith  Kkx.ney, 

Oberlin. 

Hkxriktta  May  Lorixo, 

Berlin  Heights. 

Maroahet  Olive  McKinsey. 

Sterling,  111. 

Erxe.stixe  Antonia  Mergler, 

Wheeling,  111. 

Florence  Corxelia  Nichols, 

Oberlin. 

Martha  Jenette  Nichols, 

Oberlin. 

Ada  Osborx,         .... 

,         Austinbarg. 

Mary  Alice  Pexfield, 

Cleveland. 

Mary  Amanda  Pros-ser, 

New^  London. 

Francis  Amelia  Stevens, 

River  Falls,  Wig. 

Emma  Dorinda  Tennant, 

Camden. 

Frances  Leonora  Wheelock, 

Oberlin. 

Fanny  Lucixa  Wilcox, 

Twinsburg. 

Amy  £van7eline  Willcutt. 

Oberlin. 

Alice  Wright, 

Oberlin. 

Fourth  Year 

22 

♦-< 

THIRD 

YEAR. 

NAMES. 

KK9IDENCES. 

Carrie  Nelson  Allen, 

Cincinnati. 

Sarah  Ruth  Allen, 

Brecksville. 

Frances  Amelia  Bassett, 

Dundee,  N.  Y. 

EiiGExiE  Reach,      .... 

Perry  sburg. 

Hki.ex  Bell,         .         .         .         .' 

Oraiigeville,  Mich. 

Henkiktta  Maria  ('lapi% 

Himtsburg. 

Louise  Hannah  Clark, 

Huntington. 

M.iRY  ,Alta  Clemans, 

Dover. 

Abhie  Elvira  Cushman, 

M»ttoon,  111. 

Klla  May  Davies, 

West  Unity. 

.\nxa  Jane  Evan.s, 

Oberlin. 

Emilt  Ewing, 

Randolph,  N.  Y. 

Ahbik  Manchester  Field, 

Oberlin. 

Mary  .Adeline  Fkayer, 

Carson. 

Ink/.  Gridley,                   ... 

Clarkefield. 

.Margaret  Adki.la  Hixe, 

Berlin  Heights. 

Mary  Minerva  Hunt, 

:!0 

Otto,  N.  Y. 

— \ 

OBEBLIN  COLLEGE. 


Martha  Rebecca  Jacksox, 
Mart  Eliza  Lane, 
Mary  Elton  McClelland, 
Ella  Artoa  McCoxovghey, 
Carolixe  ViRr.ixiA  Scott, 
Ellex  Shaw, 
Sarah  Myra  Silsby, 
Sarah  Eliza  Stroxg, 
Sarah  Caroline  Thompsox, 
Lizzie  C.  Walker, 
Etta  Mary  Webster, 
Helex  Cowles  Wheeler, 
Myra  Rebecca  Wright. 
Sarah  Zcrmehley, 

Third  Year 


Obcrlin. 

Welliugton. 

Ues  Moines,  la. 

Oberlin. 

Oberlin. 

Cover f,  Mich. 

Selmn,  Ala. 

Seville. 

Denver,  Col. 

Wiureu. 

Red  Wing. 

Butler,  Mo. 

Oberlin. 

Yellow  Bud. 

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SECOND     YEAR. 


names. 
AnALizA  Adair, 
Mett.v  Victoria  Aldrich, 
Margaret  Elizabeth  Axderton. 
Esther  Amelia  Barxes, 
Josephine  Boyd  Bateham, 
Artemisia  Bebout, 
Sarah  Isabel  Bell, 
Alice  Corxelia  Bisbee, 
Charlotte  Ann  Burr, 
Emma  Rebecca  Caughey. 
Clara  Lydia  Clisbek. 
Mart  Lovixa  Colvix, 
Harriet  Lke  Cooper, 
Amaxda  Jane  Frow, 
Mart  Ellex  Ga^^tox, 
Ella  Eliza  Gates, 
Laura  Arathusa  Hobbs, 
Su3anxa  Elizabeth  Hor.Bs, 
Sarah  M.  Kimball. 
Caroline  Louise  Lkoxard, 
Clara  Leonard, 
Lena  Lyon,  ... 


l<ES:nEXCES. 

Osawatomie,  Kan. 

Dover. 

Bedford. 

Talmadge. 

Painesville. 

Savannah. 

Anainosia. 

Ashtoii,  R.  I. 

Morrison.  I'l. 

IS'oith  Kingsville. 

Oberlin. 

Clyde. 

Fredericktown. 

Winchester. 

Sterling,  111. 

New  Loi.don. 

Elsie,  Mich. 

Lebanon,  Mo. 

Green  Bay,  Wis. 

Scotland.  Mass. 

Willdiighby. 

Elyria. 


OBERLIN 

GOLLEGE. 

Anna  Janes  Mead, 

.      '  .         .         Cornwall,  Vt. 

Lizzie  Anna  Meadows, 

Elyria. 

Hannah  Hattie  Mekker, 

Huron. 

LucT  Haywood  Metcalf, 

Elyria. 

Harriet  Allen  Munoee, 

Chicago,  111. 

Jii.^^TiTiA  AzALiA  Parsons, 

La  Grange. 

Ella  Amelia  Pierce, 

Champion. 

Mart  Putnam  Powell, 

Lake  Forest,  111. 

Mart  Alice  Reed, 

Clinton,  la. 

Minnie  Elizabeth  Robb, 

Oberlin. 

Eliza  Rohertson  Seymour, 

Oberlin. 

Emma  Jane  Smith, 

Pittsfield. 

Sarah  Alice  Suutt, 

Middleport. 

Mart  Maria  Tibbals, 

North  Royalton, 

Effleda  Veronica  Thompson, 

Medina. 

Sarah  Jane  Woodson, 

Berlin. 

Second  Year 

38 

— — — •■- 

FIRST 

YEAR. 

NAMES. 

RESIDENCES. 

Sarau  Ann  Anderton, 

Bedford, 

Jessie  Rhoua  Billings, 

North  Royalton. 

Klizabeth  Ai'RiLLA  Brewster, 

Oberlin. 

Cora  E.  Broughton, 

Peninsula. 

Harriet  Lord  Bryant^ 

Vermillion. 

Annette  Tsadore  Birr, 

Oberlin. 

Ida  Ellk.vora  Ceas, 

Oberlin. 

Oertrude  Crapser, 

Lyons,  la. 

Lena  Spensley  Davis, 

Galena,  111. 

Mary  Elmina  Dickinson, 

Randolph. 

Ella  Janes  Dwyer, 

St.  Avmand,  P.  Q. 

tiisACE  Augusta  Faircmild, 

Oberlin. 

Mary  Fletcher, 

Ravenna. 

Florence  Harris, 

Berlin  Heights. 

Anna  Elizabeth  Harter, 

Crawfordsville. 

Anna  Elizabeth  Hatch, 

Springfield,  Mass. 

Flora  Parnell  Higgins, 

Waverly. 

Frances  Jane  Holliday, 

North  Springtield,  Pa. 

LizziK  Ada  IIollihay, 

North  Springfield,  Pa. 

32 

OBERLIN   COLLEGE. 


Carrie  Maude  Hubbard, 
Esther  A.  Kendeioh, 
Mary  Tryphena  Leonard, 
Mary  Fidelia  Loomis, 
Stella  Eldorado  Madison, 
Charlotte  M.  Martlina, 
Mary  Jane  Mawhir, 
Estella  a    McClure, 
Jane  A.  Mead, 

Helen  Josephine  Millspaugh, 
Celia  Elizabeth  Moles, 
Mary  Macila  Moles, 
Alma  Z.  Muzzy, 
Mary  Sophronia  Myers, 
Mattie  a.  Parker, 
Emily  A\ne  Parry, 
Elsie  Jane  Reynolds, 
Sarah  Huldah  Roe, 
Helen  Eliza  Rood, 
Kate  Adele  Rosebrugh, 
Anna  Rowley, 
Sarah  Bell  Sayre, 
Lydi  A  Roana  Sheldon, 
Laura  Charlot  Smith, 
Lucia  Lydia  Snow. 
Josephine  Francelia  Spitzer, 
Harriet  Belle  Stodart, 
Lou  Massa  Tracy,         .         , 
Hattie  Earle  Van  Ostrand, 
Bertha  E   Waite, 
Emely  E.  Waite, 
Fanny  Julia  Webster, 
Effa  May  Wood, 

First  Year 


Cincinnati. 

South   Amherst. 

Oberlin. 

Uuntsburg. 

Rome  City.  Ind. 

New  Orleans,  La 

Westfield.  N    Y. 

Ravenna. 

Buchanan,  Mich. 

Clinton,  Mich. 

Pittsburg,  Pa. 

Pittsburg,  Pa. 

Modt'na,  Wis. 

Mansfield. 

Oberlin. 

Lucas. 

P'Ainesville. 

Madison. 

Oberlin. 

.\iuhoy,  I'l. 

Fredericktown. 

West  Liberty. 

Whittlesey. 

Adam's  Mills. 

Avon. 

Medina. 

Oberlin. 

Mansfield. 

Neeniih,  Wis. 

Batavift,  N.  Y 

Ravenna. 

Oberlin. 

Carlisle. 

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OBEHLIX    COLLEGE. 


IN   SELECT  STUDIES. 


NAMES. 

LiLi.iAx  L.  Allen, 
Matiw)\  Andrews, 
Alice  Gary, 
Ida  Cassell, 
LuELLA  Cassell, 
Eva  Josephine  Ceas, 
Sara  E.  Cuamberlin, 
LicY  Ella  Cii  vmbees, 
Mary  D.  Clark, 
Nellie  Comings, 
Caroline  P.  Cornell, 
Florence  A.Gilchrist, 
Emma  G.  Grader, 
Ellen  Jane  Hall, 
Axon-;  K.  Hatch, 
Anna  R.  Hayes, 
Emjia  Leach, 
Julia  H.  Lewis, 

ALTA  LaFI'ERTY, 

Eli/.areth  Laird  McCleli. 
Sylvia  W.  Moi'nt, 
Kittie.M.  Parmely, 
Anna  C.  Powers, 
Fanny  M.  Toi'Lifk, 
Ella  F.  Webster, 
Ella  Welch, 
josel'hine  woodwortii, 

In  Select  Studies 


\ND, 


KE9  DENCES. 

Linndale. 

Hudsoa,  N.  Y. 

Salem. 

Fredericktown. 

Frederickiown. 

Obeiiin. 

(ii-iiiul  Isle,  Vt. 

Bucyvus. 

Ravenna. 

St.  Joseph,  Mich. 

Sharonville. 

Oberlin. 

Fiiidlpy. 

Oberlin. 

Lisle,  111. 

Hanover. 

Traverse  City,  Mich. 

Pleasanton,  Mich. 

Oberlin. 

Des  Moines,  la. 

Fredericktown. 

Dayton. 

Oberlin. 

Elyria. 

He'l  Wing,  Minn. 

'I'liorntown,  Ind. 

Williamsfield. 

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OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

.     PREPARATORY 

COURSE, 

NAMES. 

RESIDEXCES. 

Jeannette  a.  Adams, 

Huron. 

Martha  Anderson,         .... 

Edwardsburgh. 

Amanda  S.  Austin, 

North  Eaton. 

Mary  M.  Austin,           .         .     •    . 

North  Eaton. 

Emma  M.  Bailey,               .... 

Russia. 

Julia  M.  Barnard, 

Oberlin. 

Harriet  A.  Barnes,         .... 

Four  Corners. 

Matilda  C.  Barnes, 

St.  Louis,  Mo. 

Catherine  Bauji,           .... 

New  Philadelphia. 

Augusta  C.  Bell,              .... 

Henrietta 

WlLLI-\NN  BeUCHLET, 

Houston,  Texas. 

Clara  J.  Biddle,              .... 

Bucyrus. 

Jessie  R.  Billin7s, 

Royalton. 

Mary  E.  Blaxchard, 

Birmingham. 

Rosa  M.  Blount,         .... 

Evansville,  Ind. 

Anna  Bond,              .         .         . 

Springfield,  Tenn. 

Julia  C.  Booth,           .... 

Corpus  Ciiristi,  Texas. 

R.\cnEL  L.  Bowman,         .... 

Massillon. 

Maria  E.  Braithwaite, 

Pittsfield. 

Elizabeth  Brewster,            .         . 

Oberlin. 

Nellie  A.  Brice,               ... 

Russia. 

Laura  C.  Brook.s,         ... 

Knoxville,  Tenn. 

Alice  A.  Brown,               .... 

Chesterville. 

Carrie  M.  Brown, 

Chagrin  Falls. 

Emma  G.  Brown,              .... 

Oberlin. 

Kate  L.  Brown,          .... 

Cleveland. 

Clarissa  Bryan,             .... 

Solsbuiy,  Ind. 

Calista  E.  Butler,           .... 

Spring  Valley. 

Sarah  E.  Caldwell,            .         . 

Tippecanoe. 

Annetta  Cameron,         .... 

'  .         .          Kelley's  Island. 

Jennette  Cameron, 

Kelley's  Island. 

Alida  D.  Canfield,              ... 

"  East,  Cleveland. 

Ellen  M.  Carpenter, 

Guy's  Mills,  Pa. 

Emma  E.  Carpenter,         .... 

Painesville. 

Nettie  A.  Carpenter,          ... 

Eaton. 

Carb;ie  C-  Carter,           .... 

Sheffield. 

Nettie  Chaffee,          .... 

Tippecanoe  City. 

Josephine  Chapman,        .... 

Huntington. 

Ida  a.  Childs,             .... 

Chagrin  Falls. 

3.-) 

1 

(>lu:i!f.lX  COLLEGE. 


Cklia  E   Christie, 
Eva  L.  Ciii.KCii, 
Oakhie  a.  Clapi*, 
Ai.ick;  H.  ("i.  \uk, 
IIaitik  S.  Ci. mmv. 
Mi.NKKVA  A.  Clark, 
Jri.iA  M.  Clay, 
Emma  A    Clkmaxs, 

J  in  A    M.    COATKS, 

Caukik  C    (-ornx, 
Maktiia  Co.mut, 
Cora  A.  Cook, 
Jennie  ().  Corp, 
Kate  L5.  Cowles, 
Alice  C.  Ckujiiuxe, 
Martha  J.  Cvlter, 
Julia  M.  Curry, 
Ada  a.  Curtis, 
Emma  M.  Dv.ney, 
Lena  S^  Davis. 
Mary  E.  L»avis, 
Harriet  A.  !>enma.\. 
Anna  M.  Demuth, 
Roxana  Deseemek, 
Sarah  M.  D'Isay, 
Nellie  E   Dkkky, 
Harkiet  S    Doaxe, 
Clara  R    i)oxnell, 
Harriet  Durk, 
Nora   K.  Karl, 
Clara  Eaton, 
Julia  A    Edwards, 
Martha   F.  EowAROb, 
JosKiMiisE  Elden, 
Mary  Ellis, 
Harriet  N.  Ellsworth, 
Harriet  M.  Emmons, 
Florence  Ewalt, 
Myra  Fellows, 
Sarah  E   Fkxn, 
I  HA  L.  Fii:li), 
Evelina  A.  Fitts, 
Mary  Frances, 


Penfield. 

La  Grange. 

Hiinlsburg. 

Twinsburg. 
Huntin^flon. 
Huntington. 

Dover. 

Brecksville, 

Fort  Dodge.  la. 

Toutogany. 

Woodville. 

Dexier  Citj. 

Jefl'erson. 

Nova. 

Florida. 

Oherlin. 

Farniington. 

Freedom. 

Galena,  111. 

Dublin. 

Waketnan. 

Trenton; 

Wakeman. 

Toledo. 

Bedfonl. 

East  Cleveland. 

Greensburg,  Ind. 

Sliaron. 

IMymoutli. 

Oberlin. 

Warren. 

E  St  Rockport. 

Jefl'orson,  la. 

('eylon. 

Hudson 

Eaton. 

Howland. 

Chagrin  Falls. 

'rallni:,dge. 

Russia. 

Pliiladelpliia,  Pa. 

Traverse  City,  Mich. 


OBEBLIN    COLLEGE. 


1 


LiXA  Frayer, 
Jennie  E.  Freeman, 
Olive  M.  Freeman, 
Jennie  M.  French, 
Margaret  E.  Frow, 
Florence  E.  Gage, 
Mary  P.  Gid dings, 
Josephine  F.  Gilson, 
Mary  E.  Greene, 
Mary  J.  Greene. 
Flora  B.  Grifhth, 
Myra  a.  Hale, 
Fannie  S.  Hall, 
Julia  A.  Hallock, 
Eva  Hamlin, 
Julia  C.  Hammond, 
Martha  P..  Hanchett, 
Emma  Hand, 
Jessie  Hartshorn, 
Flora  E.  Heath, 
^arah  Hickerson, 
Della  J.  HictoK, 
Harriet  L.  Hinman, 
Florence  P.  Higgins, 
Lillian  E.  Holbrook, 
Florence  A.  Holmes, 
Ada  V.  HoRR, 
Jennie  Hosler, 
Bessie  A.  Hubbard, 
Emma  J.  Hubbard, 
Eva  L  Heusner, 
Anna  Hurlbut, 
Diana  A   Hull. 
Ida  M.  fluLL, 
Sophia  Hungerford, 
Jennie  L.  Hunter, 
Cora  Husted, 
Mary  J.  Hutcuins, 
Alice  V.  Hyde, 
Betsey  Jackson, 
Ida  B.  Johnson, 
Lutitia  J.  Johnson, 
Huldah  Kauffelt, 


Carson. 
Oberlin. 
Penfield. 
SuUivan. 
Winchester. 
Olmsteiid. 
West  Brookfield,  Mass. 
Garrettsvilie. 
Ashville,  N.  Y. 
New  London. 
Rolling  Prairie,  Ind. 
Obeilin. 
Oberlin. 
North  Bass  Island. 
Eljria. 
Detroit,  Mich. 
Oberlin. 
Albany,  N.  Y. 
Marblehead. 
Florence. 
Dayton. 
.    ,      Mecca. 
Ravenna. 
Waverly. 
Cleveland. 
Kenton. 
Ravenna. 
Greenwich. 
Amherst. 
Avon. 
Henrietta. 
Chicago,  111. 
Russia. 
Sandusky. 
West  Broiue,  Ca. 
Charles  town. 
Berlin  Heights. 
Tippecanoe  City- 
Wells  Corners 
Pittsfield. 
Ripley. 
Cambridge. 
Mont  Sterling. 


^-,1 

OBERLJN   (JOLLKGE 

1 

MiNMK  I,.  K  M  iri:i.T,           ..... 

Mont  Sterling. 

l.,oTTiK  A.  Ki.\(;.sui;iiY,             .... 

Detroit,  Mich. 

Carrik  E.  LaDow,             .... 

Camden. 

Mari.\  S.  LA.Mlt,                

Obcrlin. 

Mary  Lamukrt,                 

Chiigrin  Falls. 

Lii.MK  .M.  Lam.so.v, 

CleveLind. 

Er,T-A  A.  Lane, 

Twinsburg. 

IlATrti;  Lkaih,               

Traverse  City,  ^licli. 

Victoria  E.  Leavkll,             .... 

Cincinnati. 

Nelmk  M.  Li:wi.s,               

Oberlin. 

-Maria  Lickori.sm, 

,  North  Ridgeville. 

Ella  M.  Linslet,              

Millville,  N.  Y. 

Mary  C.  LoN(;iiO.\,                

Nortli  Eaton.              | 

Helkn  H.  Lord,                

Ravenna. 

Martha  A.  Lore,                .... 

Fii'doricktown. 

Flora  A.  Lovelaxd.             

New  Haven. 

•  Mary  Loomis, 

Lodi. 

Carrie  A.  LicAS, 

Marion. 

Stella  L.  Lymax,             

Richfield. 

Mary  Maddock, 

North  Ridgevi  le. 

Mary  A.  Maushali,,                .... 

Rochester. 

ViRIjI.MA  ^1     M.VKTIN,            ..... 

Mt.  Vernon. 

Harriet  E.  Martlixo,           .... 

New  Orleans,  La. 

Lor  r.  Mather, 

Steuben. 

Mahle  Ma.wvsll, 

Bonlder,  Col. 

A  I.IDA  McCa.skey,              

Sulphur  Springs. 

Kaxny  L.  McGookey, 

Venice. 

Mary  E.  McTntyre,         .         . 

De  Kalb. 

Etta  McMillax, 

La  Crosse,  Wis. 

Anxa  M.  Mead,             

Hartland. 

Lex  A  M.  Mead, 

Olmsted  Falls. 

Nellie  A.  Mead, 

Layottoville,  N.  Y. 

Harriet  E.  .Messenger,          .... 

Windham. 

EiMTii  Kr.Y  Metcalf, 

Flyria. 

Ill.l.A    A.   .\IeTi  ALI, 

Warren. 

.\risMoo\, 

Oberlin. 

('HARLoTT  J.   MoKKK, 

<lale8burg.  111. 

Emma  (!.  Mudue, 

Galesburg   111. 

Jane  Nkedham, 

Four  Corners. 

Fa.vnie  M.  .Nelsox, 

O'mslead. 

Anna  E,  Nettletox, 

Lexington. 

l",i.i/. \  (i.  Xottimih  v.m. 

Easttield,  Va. 

38 

OBERLIX   COLLEGE. 

1 

Ella  Oake3,             .                  .         .         .         , 

Guy's  Mill*,  Pa. 

Ella  Olix, 

Belleville. 

1               Emma  A.  Ophee,                        .      '    . 

La  Grange. 

'               Ella  Palmer, 

Fitchville. 

Anna  M.  Parker, 

Tracy  City,  Tenn. 

1               Mary  G.  Parks,                ,         . 

Oberlin. 

Ida  M,  Parmenter,              .... 

Vermontville,   Mich, 

Mary  C.  Penfield, 

Oi)erliu. 

Mary  M.  Phelps, 

Chai-dori, 

East  rieveliind. 

Ida  a.  Pierce,           ...... 

Wakeman, 

EviE  L.  Pinxet,             

South  Newbury. 

t              Helen  L.  Poe,           .,,... 

Ravenna. 

Cornelia  L.  Porter,             

Le  Mars,  la. 

■               Cora  N.  Pounds,              

Oberlin. 

;               Laura  M.  Pratt, 

Jolmstown. 

\Iaxe  L.  Prosser, 

Hnrtland.               ' 

'               Nebraska  M.  Quigley.                 .... 

Vermillion.               j 

Mary  S.  Quaile, 

Huron. 

i                Anna  A.  Ransom,               

Sandusky. 

!                M.  Alice  Ransom,         ,         .         .          .          . 

Sandusky. 

i               Mary  E.  Ratejl, 

Elyria. 

Eliza  I>.  Reed,               ..... 

Twinbbuig. 

Ella  A.  Reed,         .         ,                   ,         .         , 

tireensburg. 

Harriet  E,  Reed,                ..... 

Strongsville. 

'                May  Reed, 

Monroe. 

I                    L,  Louis  ROSBINS,                    

La  Grange. 

Anna  Roberts,               ,         .         .         .         , 

Wavcrly. 

Floretta  E,  Robinson,             .          .     -    . 

liidgeville. 

Ida  Rollin, 

NortJi  Eaton. 

/                       PlIEBA   M,  ROLLINSO-X,                       .             .             ,             , 

Oberlin. 

Emma  J.  Rosecrans,             ..... 

Henrietta. 

Mary  M.  Rowe,              ..... 

Toledo. 

Alice  E,  Rowell,                ..... 

Pitistiejd. 

Nellie  Rowley,             .... 

Lorain. 

'               Franc  E,  Rot,.        ...... 

Oak  Park,  III. 

Eliza  R.  Sanderlin, 

Portsmouth, 

Helen  C,  Sanders, 

Garrettsville, 

Victoria  Sawyer 

Sandu.sky, 

Kate  Scheum,             ...         ... 

Bourbon.  Ind. 

!               Alice  Searle,         ,         ,         ,         , 

Berkshire, 

DOTHA  C,  Seymocb, 

Root.stown. 

1                                                                                             39 

t 

1 

OBERLIN   COLLEGE. 


LOUISK  M.  SnAKFKKR, 

Alu'k  S.  Sheldon, 
Ada  L.  Hiikrman, 
Klla  a.  Smith, 
Mary  D.  Smith, 
Mattie  Smith, 
Leueda  M.  Sowell, 
Lydia  E.  Spaulding, 
Louise  M.  Sint.er, 
Frances  E.  Stili,, 
Sarah  A.  Stevenson, 
Abbie  M.  Stone, 
Augusta  Straun, 
Zeny  Strong, 
Ellen  S.  Sutliff, 
Anna  I  Tanner, 
Chloe  M.  Taylor, 
Mary  E.  Temple, 
Ada   a.  Thompson, 
Mary  G.  Thompson. 
Mary  J.  Thompson, 
Rosa  R.  Thompson, 
Ida  E.  Tompkins, 
Mary  E.  Townsend, 
Irene  M.  Tracy, 
Laura  E  Truesdale, 
Helen  M.  Van  Tine, 
Lottie  B.  Walker, 
Eva  E.  Wallue, 
Hannah  R.  Warren, 
Alice  R.  Warner, 
Della  J.  Well8, 
Margaret  D.  Wklls, 
Alice  C.  West, 
Flora  E    Whedon, 
Mary  A.  Whedon, 
Winifred  M.  Wheeler, 
Etta  A.  White, 
Julia  M.  White, 
Carrie  Whitmore, 
Mary  15   Win  ox, 
Stella  H.  Wilcox, 


Bazetta. 

Whittlesey. 

Marengo. 

Olmstead. 

New  York  City. 

Copley. 

Aberdeen,  Miss. 

Henrietta. 

Waterville. 

Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Mayfield. 

Oberlin. 

Odell. 

Akron,  Ind. 

Carlisle. 

St.  Louis,  Mo. 

Elyria. 

Birmingham. 

Hudson. 

Kensington. 

Middlefield. 

Middlefield. 

North  Royalton. 

Avon. 

Middlefield. 

Four  Corners. 

Cincinnati. 

Oberlin. 

Black  River. 

Tonlogany,  111. 

East  Springfield,  Pa. 

Claridon. 

Claridon. 

Russia. 

Hinckley. 

Hinckley. 

Shelby. 

Henrietta. 

Mesopotamia. 

Wakeman. 

Russia. 

Richfield. 


10 


OBEBLIN   COLLEGE. 


Ella  Willard,  . Baraboo,  Wis. 

Alice  M.  Wilmot,         .......  Claridon. 

LiDA  A.  Woodford, Burgh  Hill 

Julia  A.  Woodson,  Berlin. 

Mart  J.  Woodworth,  ......        Townsend. 

Stella  S.  Wright,  .......         Oberlin. 

Jennie  M.  Wteth,         .......  New  Way. 

Prei>aratory _ 258 


41 


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it  nil 


FACULTY. 


JAMES  n.  FAIRCHILD,  PREsinENT. 

FENELON  B.  RICE,  Director. 
CALVIN  B.  CADY.  L.  CELESTI A  WATTLES.  ROSA  D.  ALLEN. 

CAMILLA  M.  NETTLETON,  FRANCIS  SCHWINGER. 

MICHAELIS  GOLDBERG.  WILLIAM  B.  CHAMBERLAIN. 


STUDENTS. 


GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

George  W.  Andrews,              Obei-lin. 

Newton  E.  Bacon,               Colebrook. 

Ovid  P.  Barhour, Traer,  la. 

Bolivar  K.  Beach, Pittsfield. 

Clinton  D.  Black,         ......  West  Liberty. 

Ernest  W.  JJlake,             Amhev.st. 

Herman  B.  Breduei  k, Germanville. 

Lyman  W.  Burr,               , Obevlin. 

^Orin  B.  Cady,            Oberlin. 

Howard  H.  Carter, Tallmadge. 

Edward  A.  Cary,               Elyria. 

J0.SEPH  M.  Cochran,               Brookville. 

IIaiuiy  A.  Cook,                 Oberlin. 

Marion  F.  Cowan, Hardin. 

Charles  E.Davi.s,             Dublin. 

Alvaii  Fkknch Wakeman. 

42 


OBEELIN  COLLEGE. 


Edward  W.  Frazee, RaTenna. 

Ezra  B.  Geer,  .         .      , Tabor,  la. 

Ezra  Gesaman, North  Lawrence. 

George  Gesamax North  Lawrence. 

William  R.  Granms,  Oberlin. 

Charles  K.  Gregort,  .         .         .         .  Millville,  N.  Y. 

George  S.  Griffith,  Castleton,  N.  T. 

.John  Groff, ■.         .  Massillon, 

Frank  S.  Harder, Castleton,  N.  Y. 

Andrew  L.  Howard,  ......  Kingsville. 

Dorset  W.  Hyde, Plainfield,  N.  J. 

Frank  A.  Kelley,  Milan. 

S.  Edward  Kindig, Elkhart,  Ind. 

Herbert  M.  Kino,  Lenox. 

Oliver  H.  Koons, Sulphur  Springs. 

Herbert  D.  Lafferty, Oberlin. 

Stanley  B.  Lafferty, Oberlin. 

Amos  H.  Lyon, Raymond. 

George  B.  Lyon,         ......  Maquoketa,  la. 

William  D.  McClekrt,  ....  West  Alexander,  Pa. 

Oscar  B.  Miller,       .  ......  Germano. 

Angelo  C.  Pickett,  .......  Ravenna. 

Harlan  Pomeroy, Strongsville. 

Andrew  J.  Raber.  ...         .         ...  Wolcottville,  Ind. 

John  C   Scheffler,  Wolcottville,  Ind. 

Lewis  R.  Scott,  .......  Florence. 

Alberto  C.  Shattuck,        .....  Newton  Falls. 

Theodore  F.  Shotwell. Oramel,  N.  Y. 

John  West,  Southington. 

George  C.  Westervelt, Oberlin. 

Washington  C.  Whitehill,  ....  Brookville. 

Mills  Whittlesey,         ......  Romeford,  Ct. 

Herbert  F.  Wilbur, Oberlin. 

Charles  C.  Williams, Gustavus. 

Lucius  A.  Wright. Toledo. 

Gentlemen 51 


43 


OBERLIN    COLLEGE. 


LADIES. 

NAMES.  KESIDENCES. 

Jennie  D.  Ackslson Oberlia. 

Jennie  A,  Adams,  .......  Huron. 

Alick  W.  Allen,  ......  Cincinnati. 

Carrie  N.  Allen,         .......        Cincinnati. 

Jettik  W.  Allen,  ......  Ellsworth. 

n.  LiLLiE  Anderson,  ......  Oberlin. 

Bessie  P.  Appleuate,  ...  ...  Oberlin. 

Ella  A.  Armstrong,  .......         Gallon. 

S.  Frances  Aspkr,  ......  Chilicothe,  Mo. 

Addie  M.  Backus,  .......         Oberlin. 

Florence  E.  Bacon,  ....  Buchanan,  Mich. 

Emua  E.  Barber,  .....  Chagrin  Falls. 

Esther  A.  Barnes,  ......         Tallmadge. 

Sallie  M,  Barrows, Oberlin. 

Mary  E.  Bascom, Ashtabula. 

Ora  a.  Beardslky, Ellsworth. 

Mittie  Bebout,  .         • Savannah. 

Retta  E.  Beecher, Winona,  111. 

Katie  M.  Belden,  Oberlin. 

India  E.  Bell,  Oberlin. 

Willianna  Beuchlky,         ■      .         .         ,         .  Houston,  Texas. 

Emma  K.  Bennett,  Wellington. 

Sara  A.  Benson,  Beloit,  Wis. 

Alice  Bentley, Marietta, 

Clara  J.  Biudle,  Bucyrus. 

Mary  E.  Bi7elow,  .......  Berea. 

Mattik  M.  BiciUAM, Seville. 

Lottie  E.  Binuuam,  Cleveland. 

Ella  R.  Bihiiop,  Oberlin. 

Lillian  E.  Blaciily, Cameron,  Mo. 

Lou  E.  Blackmark,  Parknian. 

Mart  K.  Blancuard,  Birmingham. 

Lkvia  E.  Bond, Lyonsville,  Pa. 

Frank  IE  E.  Bosworth, Oberlin. 

Sarah  A.  Bradley Bangkok,  Siam. 

LiBBiE  Brewster,  Oberlin. 

Caerie  Brown,  Oberlin. 

Kmma  G.  Brown,  Oberlin. 

JknnikM.  Brlck Wooster. 

44 


OBEELIN    GOLLEaE, 


Claris  Bryan, Solsbury,  Ind. 

Charlotte  A.  Burr, Moi-rison,  111. 

Mary  C.  Bushnell, Oberlin. 

Mary  E.  Buss,  Cieston. 

CalistaE.  Butler, Oberlia. 

Maggie  J.  Callahan, Brantford,  Out. 

Mary  E.  Campbell,         .......  Oberlin. 

♦  Alice  Carlkton,  St.  Clair,  Mich. 

Mary  B   Carter, Columbus. 

Ida  E.  Ceas,  Oberlin. 

Nellie  J.  Chaffee,  Tippecanoe  City. 

Emma  Chamberlain,  Kenton. 

Sarah  E.  Chamberlain,  ....  Grand  Isle,  Vt. 

Ella  Chatfield,  Oberlin. 

Olive  Chatfield,  Oberlin. 

Frankie  a.  Cheesmax, Oberlin. 

Ida  a.  Childs, Chagrin  Falls. 

Nora  T.  Church, Elyria. 

Ella  D.  Churchill, Oberlin. 

E.  Lemira  Clark,  Ravenna. 

Mary  D.  Clark, Ravenna. 

KiTTiE  S.  Clisbee,  Oberlin. 

Julia  M.  Coates, Brecksville. 

Mary  E   Coates,  Benzonia,  Mich. 

Mary  E.  Cochrane, Ripley,  N.  Y. 

Hattie  a.  Cole,  Copopa. 

Minnie  B.  Collins, Shannon,  111. 

Zella  Coleman, West  Williamgfield. 

Hattie  A.  CoMi\<iS,  Oberlin. 

Zephyr  H.  Comstock,  Oberlin. 

IviTTiE  M.  Cooley,  Cleveland. 

Harriet''L.  Cooper,  Fredericktown. 

Grace  Cornwell,  Poland. 

Gertie  Crapser, Lyons,  la. 

Sarah  A.  Crosby,  Ashtabula. 

Mary  E.  Crosier,  Wellington. 

Fannie  M.  Crouch, Galway,  N.  Y. 

Minnie  E.  Crouch,  .        .         .    '^   .         •  Galway,  N.  Y. 

Martha  J.  Culter, Floral,  111. 

Mary  S.  Cummings,  Clifton,  111. 

Hattie  Currt,               ....             Cross  Creek  Village,  Pa. 
Mary  E.  Curtis,  Ashland. 

45 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


Mamk  E.  Davis, 
IIattie  Davock, 
Faxnik  L.  Dkkrixo, 
Clara  C.  Deming, 
An.'<a  Demutii, 
Kati-:  Desh'th, 
Helen  G.  Dk  Vok, 
Rose  B.  Dickso.v, 
Julia  Dole, 
Clara  Donxell, 
Allie  C.  Drake, 
Belle  Dlgot, 
Lex  Eatox, 
Mame  C.  Eatox, 
Martha  F.  Edwart»s, 
Josephine  P.  Elden, 


Hattie  C.  Eldred, 
t 
Hattie  Elliott, 

Julia  I   Ei.more. 

Eva  a.  Emmoxs, 

Susan  B.  EsiinAiroH, 

Ella  J.  Farrar. 

Nettie  Fenstemaker, 

Sophroxia  Ferrkll, 

Mary  E.  Fisher, 

Sarah  C.  Fisher, 

Mary  L.  Fobes, 

E.  Ida  Ford, 

Mattie  B.  Fry, 

Rose  E.  Fuller, 

Nellie  B.  Gates, 

Pearly  Gates, 

Allie  H.  Qeer. 

Julia  D.  Geer. 

Ida  a.  Giniis, 

Ella  J.  Gil(  hrist,. 

Florence  N.  Gillet, 

Jennie  L.  Gould, 

Emma  6.  Graber. 

Helen  Graves, 

Jessie  A.  Graves. 

Mary  E.  Grikfin, 


Dublin. 

Cleveland 

Toledo. 

Oberlin. 

Trenton. 

Trent  on. 

Newcastle',  Pa. 

Independence,  la.  ♦ 

Bellevue. 
Greensburg,  Ind. 
Atkinson,  111. 
Oberlin. 
Oberlin. 
Norwalk. 
East  Rockport. 
Jefferson,  Iowa. 
Elyria. 
La  Grange. 
Lenox. 
Eaton. 
Tama  City,  la. 
Oberlin. 
Warren. 
Shiloh. 
Grafton. 
St.  Clair,  Mich. 
Oberlin. 
Ruggles. 
Kenton. 
Bloomfield. 
Eljria. 
Perrysburg. 
Oberlin. 
Edinburg. 
Oberlin. 
Oberlin. 
.     Oberlin. 
Owasso,  Mich. 
Findlay. 
Florence. 
Florence. 
Henrietta. 


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OBEIiLIN   COLLEGE. 

Kate  I.  Guile, 

Owasso,  Mich. 

Ellen  J.  Hall,             

Oberlin. 

Mart  C.  Hall, 

Charlestown. 

Anna  M.  Hopper,        .... 

Grand  Blanc,  Mich. 

Angik  K.  Hatch,              

Lisle,  m. 

Kate  H.  Hathaway,           .         .         •         .         . 

Chatdon. 

Anna  R.  Hayes,              

Hanover. 

LORETTA  B.  HeDDEN,             ..... 

Dewitt,  la. 

Jennie  Henry,             

Oberlin. 

Flora  P.  Higgins, 

Waverly. 

Eva  Hill,             , 

Windsor,  ■ 

Floy  C.  Hinckley, 

Waukegan,  III. 

Lillian  E.  Holbrook, 

Cleveland. 

May  H.  Holmden, 

Cleveland. 

Anna  B.  Howard,         ...... 

Chicago,  Ill- 

Carrie  A.  Howard,         ..... 

Cincinnati. 

Emma  Howard,             .         .                ... 

New  Falls. 

Louie  E.  Hows,       ...... 

Mesopotamia. 

Addah  V.  Horr, 

Ravenna. 

Lizzie  C.  Huche.'J, ; 

Clyde. 

Nora  Hunter, 

Clyde. 

Jennie' L.  Huntley, 

Oberiia. 

MOLLIE  J.  HUTCHINS, 

Tippecanoe  City. 

Effie  J,  Irwin, 

Greenfield. 

Jennie  R.  Jackson,         ..... 

Avon. 

Ruth  M.  Jefferson,           ... 

1                                                                                                      ' 

Fredericktown. 

1 

Carrie  E.  Jewett,         ...... 

Newburgh. 

Ella  A.  Jewett, 

Oberlin. 

Anna  M.  Johnson,          ..... 

Bui-ton. 

j              Mary  C.  Johnson,               .         . 

Oberlin. 

1              Carrie  L.  Jones, 

Grinnell,  la. 

Ida  J.  Jones,             

La  Grange. 

IvAH  L.  Jones,               

Oraugeville. 

Hulda  Kauffelt,             

Mt.  Sterling. 

Minnie  Kauffelt,                 

.Mt.  Sierling. 

Em.ma  Kellogg,               ...... 

Ashland. 

Lepha  a.  Kelsey,              

Oberlin. 

Matild.v  Kile,               ...... 

Andover. 

Sara  M.  Kimball,             

<Treen  Bay,  Wis. 

Lina  Kinsinger,         ...... 

Oberlin. 

Minnie  Kin.singer, 

Oberlin. 

Eva  L.  Kirkton, 

Ruggles. 

Jennie  Koch, 

Oberlin. 

4T 

OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


Alta  M.  Laffkutt, 
LiLt.iK  M.  Lamso.n, 
IIattie  Lka(M>, 
Blanche  Lke, 
Victoria  E.  Leaveli., 
Clara  A.  Lewis, 
Nkllik  M.  Lewis, 
Mary  A.  Lii'scoMc, 
Martha  Love, 
Helen  F.  Lovela.np, 
Rlla  M.  Manley, 
Adklla  E.  Manm, 
Fanme  L.  Mann, 
Hattie  B  Markham, 
Mary  Mauvix, 
Amda  WcCas-key. 
Lizzie  L.  ^FcClelland, 

ESTKLLA  A,  McClUNN, 
LOKETTA   A,  McCrAT, 

Fannib  L.  McGookkt, 
Lacka  E,  McMann, 

r        LlLLIE  E.  McSlMSOS, 

Alice  E,  Mead, 
Belle  D.  Mead, 
LccY  Metcalf, 
Cornelia  Meyer, 
Mary  S.  Meyers, 
Aris  Moov, 
Jessie  \roo\, 
Mary  C,  Monroe, 
A.  Jknxie  IMontgomery, 
Lottie  C.  Morison, 
Mattie  L.  Morison, 
Fkankik  M.  Morse, 
Minnie  M.  Mosher, 
Kattie  a.  Muxger, 

fLvTTIE    E,  NaILOR, 

Fannie  N,  Nelson, 
Camilla  M.Nettleton, 
Minnie  J.  Nettleton, 
Elvira  L.  Xioiols, 
Cecilia  L.  Norlr, 
Cora  Noruis. 


Oberli«. 

Cleveland. 

Traverse  City,  Mich. 

Poland. 

Cincinnati. 

Ownsso,  Mich. 

Oberlin. 

Oberlin, 

Fredericktown, 

Oberlin. 

Oberlin. 

Oberlin, 

Sullivan. 

Oberlin. 

Andover. 

Sulphur  Springs. 

Des  Moines,  Iowa. 

Ravenna, 

Linesville,  Pa. 

Venice. 

Coshocton. 

Zanesville. 

.  Oberlin. 

Olmstead  Falls, 

Elyria. 

Newton,  la. 

Mansfield. 

Oberlin. 

Oberlin. 

Obei'lin. 

Oberlin, 

Oberlin, 

Oberlin. 

Oberlin. 

Brighton. 

Chicago,  111. 

Seville, 

Olmstead. 

Oberlin. 

,Oberlin, 

Florence, 

Wellington. 

Nankin. 


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OBERLIN    COLLEGE. 


Ella  Oakes,  Guy"s  Mills,  Pa. 

Addie  a.  Osborne,         ,         .         .         .         .         .  Bainbridge. 

Carrie  M.  Paige,  Oberlin. 

Mattie  a.  Parker,  ......  Oberlin. 

Mat  G.  Parks Oberlin. 

KiTTiE  M.  Parmelt,         ■ Dayton. 

Emma  0.  Patterson,         ......  Cleveland. 

Mart  C  Penfielp,  Oberlin. 

Emily  J.  Pinn, Oberlin. 

Helen  L.  Poe, Ravenna. 

Laura  M.  Pratt,         .......  Johnstown. 

Ella  C.  Pringle,  ....!..  Cleveland. 

Alice  Ransom,  .         .         .         .         .    •     .         .  Sandusky. 

Anna  A.  Ra.vsom,  .......  Sandusky. 

Ella   A.  Reed,  ......  Greensburg,  Ind. 

Mat  Reed,  Oberlin. 

Mary  L.  Regal, Oberlin. 

Elsie  J.  Reynolds, Painesville. 

Lizzie  Retnolds,  ......  Olcott,  N.  Y. 

Etta  Richet, Sanville,  Pa. 

Angie  E.  Robertson, Greeenville,  Pa. 

L  Louise  Robbixs, •         .  La  Grange. 

H.  Lizzie  Rood, Oberlin. 

Loveda  S.  Roper,         .......  Chardon. 

Nellie  M.  Rowley,  . Lorain. 

FraxVc  E.  Roy,  Oak  Park,  111. 

Emtlte  J.  Roycb,  ...  ...  Oberlin. 

Anna  R.  Rupp,  Bucyrus. 

Eliza  K.  Sanderlin,  .....  Portsmouth. 

Nellie  C.  Sanders,  Garrettsvile. 

Susie  K.  Savage,  ......         Springfield,  Pa. 

JtJLiA  A.  Sawyer, Bellevue. 

Clara  A.  Saxtox, Russia. 

Ida  M.  Shattuck,         .  .         .  .  Linesville,  Pa. 

Addie  L.  Shearman,         ...  ...  Oberlin. 

Allie  B.  Sherman,  Wakeman. 

Cora  Shriver,         ........  De  GraiF. 

Sarah  A.  Shutt, Middleport. 

Edna  Smith,  .        .        .        .  "      .        .        .         .  Toledo. 

Laura  C.  Smith, Adams'  Mills. 

Ltllia  J.  Smith,  .         .         .         .         .  Lancaster.  Ky. 

Mart  H.  Smith,         .....  .  Elyria. 

Fannie  L.  Snow, West  Andover. 

7  4» 


OBERLIN    COLLEGE. 


Mart  Snyder, Oberlin. 

Cora  M.  Squire, Oberlin. 

LoRESTA  Stambaugh, Sharpsvillc,  Pa. 

Lucy  P.  Stiles,  Warren. 

Carrie  St,  Joh.v,  .         .         .         .        -     "    •         •  Oberlin. 

Allik  a.  Sro.NE, Oberlin 

Emily  C.  Tassius,  Norwalk. 

Sadie  H.  Tenney, Oberlin. 

Nellie  L.  Thomas, Oberlin. 

Sarah  J.  Thompson,  Brazil,  Ind. 

Viva  F.  Thompson, Denver,  Col. 

Helen  H.  Tinker,  Oberlin. 

Fannie  M.  Topliff, Elyria. 

Lou  M.  Tracy, Mansfield. 

Grace  E.  Ticker, Plymouth. 

Belle  M.  Tu llis,  Winona,  111. 

Stella  M.  Tuttle, West  Andover. 

Emma  Vaile,  Kokomo,  Ind. 

Lizzie  C.  Vaill,  ......  Knoxville,  111. 

Tettie  J.  Vaughn, Greenville,  Pa. 

Julia  F.  Viall, Ricbfield. 

Lottie  J.  Viets,  Oberlin. 

Bertha  E.  Waite,  Batavia,  N.  Y. 

Hattie  E.  Walding,  Fostoria- 

Etta  M.  Webster,  Red  Wing,  Minn. 

Bella  J.  Wells, Claridon. 

Alice  E.  Wheat,  Oberlin. 

Carrie  White,  .......  Cinciilnali. 

L.  Lottie  Wilbur, Oberlin. 

Anna  Williams,         .         ,         .      •   .         .         .         .         .  Milan 

Araiskl  Williams,         .......  Lebanon. 

F.STELLA  H.  Wilcox,         ......  Richfield. 

Etta  E.  Willcutt,  Oberlin. 

Hattie  E.  Wood, Eagle  Mills,  N.  Y. 

.Iennie  M.  Woodworth, Collins. 

Ursula  Woodworth, New  Haven. 

Fannie  E.  Wricht, Granville. 

Liz/.iE  Wright,  .         .         ...         .         .         .  Oberlin. 

Phebe  E.  Wright, Oberlin. 

Jennie  M.  Wyeth, New  Way. 

Eda  M.  Ykates,  West  Andover. 

KmmaM.  Yost, Saegertown,  Pa. 

.V) 


OBEBLIN   COLLEaS. 


Sada  a.  Yost  ......  Saegertown,  Pa. 

Rosa  L.  Young,  ......  New  Haven. 

Xiadies _ _ ^ „ - ~ 29  6 


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TIIEOLOGICAI.    DEPARTMENT. 

ReSIDK.N  r  G KADI' ATE I 

Semoks II 

MlUDLKS 16 

JUNIOKS II 


39 


COLLEGE  DEPARTMENT. 
Senioks 35 

JU.MOUS 36 

SoruijMuKfS  31  Gentlemen 145 

Fkeshmkn 57  Ladies 14 

159 

SCIENTIFIC     DEPARTMENT. 

Seniors 3 

JUNIUKS 3 

sopiio.mokes 8 

Fkeshmkn ^3 

In  Sti.KCT  Studies 6 

62 

LADIES'  DEPARTMENT. 

Folk  rii  Ykak 22 

Tmni)  Year 31 

Second  Year 38 

KiiiST  Year r2 

Lv  Select  Studies 27 

170 

CI-ASSICAL    PREPARAIORY    DEPARTMENT. 

Sl'.NIOKS 61 

Middles 67  (ieiitlemcn ;o3 

]u\tORii 5:2  Ladies 17 

210 

ENGLISH    PKKl'AliAIORY    DEPARTMENT. 

GfcNTI.lMEN 22" 

Ladies 


■^54 

481 


CONSEKVArORY    OF   MUSIC. 


Gl-.NTI.L.MI-..\. 

Ladies 


3' 

296 

347 

'•'"■'■A' 1468 

J>P(liiifhi'j  thonr  rn'K-oiK'd  twhe 138 

\\'iIOLE     NlMUl-.R  OE  tJEN  ILLME.V (x;7 

Whole  Nimheu  ok  Ladii-.s 633 


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THEOLOGICAL    DEPARTMENT. 


The  TnEOi.OfiiCAL  Depaktmk.nt  is  (lesigueil  (Jiiniarily  to  prepare  younsf  men  for 
the.  Christian  ministry.  But  since  some  who  are  fjualifyiiig  tlieniselves  for  cliairs  of 
instruction,  or  for  Sabbath  School  or  lay  missionary  work,  desire  the  advantages  of 
theological  study,  such  persons  also  are  received  to  its  classes  on  the  same  general 
terms  as  otheis. 

Tlie  conditions  of  admission  to  this  Department  are  hopeful  piety  ami  a  Collegi- 
ate education,  or  its  e'luivak-nt.  Applicants  are  expected  to  bring  a  certilicate  of 
membership  in  some  evangelical  church.  Students  from  other  Theological  Seminaries 
are  admitted  ad  eiindein  on  presenting  a  regular  dismission ;  and  persons  may  be  ailmit- 
ted  to  advanced  standing  in  any  of  the  classes  on  satisfactory  examination  in  the 
studies  already  pursued. 

The  Terms  and  Vacations  are  the  same  in  all  Departments  of  the  Institution,  and 
will  be  found  in  the  Calendar. 

Cot'NciL  Hall,  the  building  just  erected  for  the  exclusive  uses  of  the  Seminary, 
provides  completely  furnislied  rooms  for  about  sixty  students,  with  no  charge  for  room 
rent,  and  but  a  slight  incideutal  fee.  Students  in  Theology  incur  no  expense  for  tui- 
tion, for  the  use  of  tlie  library  or  of  public  rooms.  Other  expenses  will  vary  according 
to  the  pel soual  habits  and  tastes  of  each  Student. 

Aid  is  aflbrded  by  the  American  and  the  Ohio  E  lucatiou  Societies  to  such  Stmleuts 
as  are  preparing  for  the  ministry .  The  Seminary  has  also  a  special  fund  for  the  aid  of 
Students,  from  which  several  may  receive  a  partial  support. 

The  Prepar.ntory  Department  furnishes  opportunity  for  teaching,  at  reasonable 
compensation.  Assistance  may  also  be  derived  to  some  extent  from  the  supply  of 
vacant  pulpits  in  the  vicinity.  With  reasonable  prudence  and  economy,  any  Student 
may  pursue  his  course  without  interruption  or  embarrassment. 

The  Kegular  Course  in  this  Seminary  occupies  three  years,  and  the  subjects  of 
instruction  are  distributed  as  follows: 

.J  C  X  I  (>  K     V  E  A  11. 

Hebrew — Elements  and  Exegesis;  Greek  Harmony  of  the  Gospels;  Natural  Theolo- 
gy; History;  Homilctics;  Elocution;  especial  prominence  being  given  to  the  departments 
of  Greek  and  Hebrew  Exegesis. 

MIDDLE     VEAK. 

Revealed  Theology;  Honiiletics;  History;  K^xegesis  of  Selections  from  the  New  Testa- 
ment with  Lectures  in  Biblical  Theology;  Exegesis  ol  Selections  from  the  Old  Testament 
with  lectures  on  the  Messianic  Prophecies  and  Biblical  IntroJuction;  Elocution;  especial 
prominence  being  gi%en  to  the    department  uf  Sy.'-leinatic  Theology. 

.-)3 


OBEIiLIN   COLLEGE. 


S  E  M  O  11     Y  K  A  R. 

History  :ind  Positive  Institutions;  Honiiletics  ,-ind  Piistoral  Theology;  Exegesis  of 
selections  from  the  New  Test:iment  with  I-ecturcs;  Exegesis  of  Selections  from  the  Old 
Testament  with  Li'ctures;  Elocution;  esjjecial  prominence  being  given  to  the  depart- 
ments of  Honiiletics  and  History. 

L  E  C  T  U  RES. 

Special  courses  of  Lecturcti  are  provided  for  upon  P3ophccy,  Modern  Scepticism, 
and  Cliiirch  Polity. 

RiiETOKiUAL  KxiCKfisE.s,  oousi.stiug  of  the  reading  of  origiual  es.says,  the  delivery 
of  original  addresses,  written  and  unwritten,  and  the  extemporaneous  discussion  of 
.(uestions,  occur  weekly,  in  which  the  mend)ers  of  all  the  classes  i  articipate  in  succes- 
sion. Si)ccial  iiromiuence  is  given  to  extemporaneous  speaking,  or  the  delivery  of 
i\\o\\^\\is  i>rex)iired  but  not  written  and  committed  to  memory. 


SPECIAL   COURSES. 

These  are  designed  for  sucli  as  have  not  had  the  advantage  of  a  classical  education, 
and  for  good  reasons  cannot  acquire  it,  and  yet  are  plainly  called  to  the  work  of  the 
ministry,  l-'oi- this  class  of  Students,  \arioi:s  as  they  ahvaj  s  will  be  in  the  chaiacter 
of  their  previous  preparation,  it  is  evident  that  no  single  course  can  be  dcflnitely 
shapeil.  Each  candidate  for  this  department  of  study  is  examined  with  reference  to 
his  past  acijiiisitions  and  present  needs,  and  such  a  course  is  prescribed  as  best  meets 
his  particular  case.  Branches  which  he  needs  to  pursue,  belonging  to  the  College 
courses,  he  is  iiermitted  to  pursue  with  College  classes  and  under  the  care  of  the  College 
Professors.  Every  recitation  room  in  the  entire  Institution  is  open,  without  charge  for 
tuition,  to  such  Students,  and  any  bianch  of  study  in  which  they  need  instruction  may 
be  pursued— not  by  themselves  with  occasional  assistance  from  a  Professor,  but  in 
stimulating  contact  with  large  and  enthusiastic  classes.  Thus  they  have  the  best  possi- 
ble advantages  without  adding  to  the  burdens  of  the  Iheological  Faculty.  They  may 
profitably  attend  all  the  lectures  of  the  Seminary  except  those  in  Hebrew  and  Greek 
Exegesis.  While  pursuing  their  studies  they  will  be  regarded  as  members  of  the  classes 
with  which  they  meet  in  the  Lecture  Room,  being  designated  only  by  the  separate  i)0- 
sition  of  their  names  in  the  annual  catalogue.  After  three  years'  residence  in  the 
Seminary  they  may  at  the  disci-etion  of  the  Faculty  receive  a  certificate  constituting 
them  Special  Course  Graduates. 


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OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


COLLEGE     DEPARTMENT. 


Candidates  for  admission  to  the  Freshman  Chiss  are  exaniino<l  iu  the  coiiimoii 
English  Branches;  the  Grammar  of  the  Latin  and  Greek  Languages;  Caesar,  one 
Book;  Salliist's  Cataline;  four  of  Cicero's  Select  Orations;  Virgil's  ^Eneid,  five  Books; 
Ilai-kiiess'  Latin  Prose  Composition,  Parts  First  and  Second;  Xenojjhon's  Anabasis, 
three  Books;  Homer's  Eliad,  two  Books;  Olney's  School  Algebra,  or  an  equivalent; 
Plane  Geometry;  Ancient  History;  English  Analysis;  History  of  the  United  States; 
and  Alden's  Science  of  Government. 

Candidates  for  a  higher  standing  are  examined  in  the  same,  and  also  in  the  studies 
previously  pursued  by  the  class  to  which  they  desire  admission. 

No  admission  to  the  Senior  class  is  allowed  latyi-  than  the  beginning  of  the  second 
term. 

Tlie  Annual  Examinations  for  admission  to  College  will  occur  -July  2Gtii,  STth  and 
3Sth :  also  August  31st,  at  9  o'clock,  in  No.  18  Society  Hall. 

FRESHMAN  CLASS. 

First  Term Algebra,  ..... 

Memorabilia  ..... 

Greek  Prose  Composition, 

Livy,  ...... 

Second  Term. ...Solid  and  Spherical  Geometry, 

Greek  Prose  Composition,  , 

Horace,  ..... 

Third  Term Plane  and  Spherical  Trigonometry, 

Thucydides,       ..... 

De  Senectute  etDe  Amicitia, 

Roman  Antiquities,     .... 

SOPHOMORE    CLASS. 

First  Term   Odyssey,  ..... 

Tacitus,        ...... 

General  Geometr)',  ,  . 

Calculus,      ....  .  , 

Second  Term   ...Mechanics,  ..... 

Herodotus,  ..... 

Botanv,  .                         ... 

German,  ..... 

Third  Term     ...Sophocles — Qidipus  Tyrannus, 

Botany,  ..... 

Evidences  of  Christianity, 

German,  ..... 


Olney. 

Robbins. 

Boise. 

Chase  and  Stuart. 

Olney. 

Boise. 

Chase  and  Stuart. 

Olney. 

Teubner. 

Chase  and  Stuart. 

Smith. 


Owen. 

Church  &  Brodrib. 

Olney. 

Olney. 

Olmsted. 

Mather. 

Graj'. 

Whitney. 

White. 
Gray. 
Hopkins. 
Whitney. 


OBEIiLTN  COLLEGE. 


JUNIOR    CLASS. 


FiitsT  Term. 


Skcond  Term 


Natural  Philosophy, 

I,oo:!c,       .  •    ^    • 

German, 

Juvt-nal,  .  .  .  • 

Elocution, 

Demosthenes,  Dc  Corona, 

Clieniistry— Lectures. 
Art  of  Discourse,     . 
Plautus  and  Terence. 
Roman  Literature. 

TiiikdTerm Zoology— I-cctures. 

Astronomy, 
Chemistry — Review. 
Plautus  and  Terence. 
Roman  Literature. 

SKNIOR    CLASS. 

First   Tekm Mental  Philosophy, 

PJato's  Phaedo, 
Physiolofrv — I^octures. 
Elocution. 

Second  Term Mental  Philosophy — Lectures. 

Enj»^lish  Literature, 
Moral  Philosojjhy, 
Butler's  Analogy. 
Political  Economy, 

Thikd  Term Geology — Lectures. 

History — Lectures. 

Lectures  on  Art. 

Political  Economy,  .  , 

El(x.ution. 


Olmsted. 
Jevon. 

Hart. 

Holmes. 
Dav. 


Olmsted. 


Porter. 
Wagner. 


Shaw. 
Fairchild. 


Mill. 


Mill. 


lx?«sons  in  the  English  Bible.  (Compositions,  Declamations  and  Kxteraporancousi 
Discussions,  weekly,  and  public  original  Declamations  monthly,  throughout  the 
(kiurse. 


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SCIENTIFIC    DEPARTMENT. 


Candidates  for  admission  to  the  Froshiiiaii  Class  arc  examined  in  English  Gram- 
mar and  Analysis;  Arithmetic;  Oluey's  .School  Algebra,  or  an  eqviTaleut;  Plane 
Geometry;  Latin  Grammar  and  Latin  Reader  through  Fables;  History  of  the  United 
States,  anil  Geography. 

Candidates  for  a  higher  standing  are  examined  in  the  same,  and  also  in  the  studies 
previously  pursued  by  the  class  to  which  they  desire  adniissiou. 

FRESIIMAX"  CLASS. 

First  Term Algebra,  .....  Olney. 

Latin  Reader  completed,  .  .  .  Harkness. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Part  II,        .  .       Harkness. 

Book-Keeping. 

Second  Term C?esar,        ......  Chase  and  Stuart. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Lesson  54,  .        Harkness. 
Geometry — Conic  Sections,                .             .  Olney. 

Physical  Geography. 

Third  Term History  of  Rome,  ....         Smith. 

Cicero's  Orations,         ....  Chase  and  Stuart. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Lesson  68,  .  Harkness. 

Plane  and  Spherical  Trigonometry  and  Surveying,  Olney, 

SOPHOMORE    CLASS. 

FikstTerm Analytical  Geometry  and  Calculus,  .  Olney. 

Virgil,  ......  Chase  and  Stuart. 

History  of  Greece,         ....  Smith. 

Second  Term...  .Mechanics  and  Hydrostatics,      .  ,  .  Olmsted. 

Science  of  Government,  .  .  .  Alden. 

Botany,  ......  Gray. 

French,      ......  Robertson, 

Third  Term Evidences  of  Christianity,  .  .  .         Hopkins. 

Botany,     ......  Gray. 

Civil  Engineering  and  Navigatisn. 
French. 

JUNIOR    CLASS. 

First  Term Natural  Philosophy,  ....        Olmsted. 

Logic,        ......  Jevon. 

German,         ......        Whitney. 

Elocution, 

Second  Term. .....Chemistry — Lectures. 

Art  of  Discourse,  ....  Day. 

German,  ......        Whitney. 

Analysis  of  English  Classics. 

Third  Term..     .Zoology— Lectures. 

Astronomy,         .....  Olmsted, 

Paley's  Theology. 
Chemistry — Review. 
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OBEBLIN  COLLEGE. 


SENIOR    CLASS. 

First  Term Mental  Philosophy,  ....         Porter. 

History  of  Cirilization,  .  .  .  Guizot. 

Physiology — Lectures. 

Elocution. 

Second  Term Mental  Philosophy.  Lectures, 

Butler's  Analogy. 

Moral  Philosophy,  ....         Fairchild. 

Knglisk  Literature,      ......     Shaw. 

Political  Economy,  ....  Mill. 

Third  Term History — Lectures. 

Lectures  on  Art. 

Geology — Lectures. 

Political  Economy,  ....  Mill. 

Elocution. 

Lessons  iu  the  English  Bible,  Compositions,  Declamations  and  Extemporaneous 
Discussions,  weekly,  thi-oughout  the  Course,  anil  public  original  Declamations 
monthly,  during  the  last  two  years. 


CT  ASSICAL. 

PREPARATORY     DEPARTMENT. 

The  Classical  Preparatory  Department  is  under  the  same  general  supervision 

with  the  other  Departments,  and  under  the  immediate  direction  and  management  of 

the  Principal.    The  members  of  this  Department  are  subject  to  the  same  regulations 

as  the  students  in  the  College.    It  is  designed  to  prepare  students  for  College. 

The  Senior  and  Middle  Classes  are  taught  by  the  Principal  and  Tutors;  the  Junior 

Class  by  teachers  selected  from  the  Theological  and  higher  College  Classes. 

To  enter  the  Junior  Class,  students  will  be  examined  in  English  Grammar  through 

Syntax,  Arithmetic  through  Percentage,  and  the  Elements  of  Geography.    Canaidates 

for  a  higher  standing  will  be  examined  in  the  studies  previously  pursued  by  the  class 

to  which  they  desire  admission. 

JUNIOR    CLASS. 

First  Term Latin  Grammar  and  Reader  commenced,        .        Harkness. 

English  Grammar,         ....                Harvey. 

Geography,                 .....          Colton. 

Second  Term Latin  Reader,     .....               Harkness. 

English  Analysis,               .            .            .            .          Greene. 

Arithmetic,         .....                 White. 

Third  Term Latin  Reader  completed,           .            .            .            Harkness. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Part  II,          •            •      Harkness. 

United  States  History,                .            .            .            Anderson. 

Elocution, Nat'l  Fifth  Reader. 

MIDDLE    -JLASS. 

First  Term Cnssar,  one  Book,              ....            Chase  and  Stuart. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Lesson  54,     .            .      Harkness. 

Greek  Grammar,              .           .  .            .             .              Hadley. 

Science  of  Government,      ....         Alden. 

Second  Term Cicero,  two  Orations,               .            .            .               Chase  and  Stuart. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Lesson  68,              .          Harkness. 

Greek,  Grammar  and  Anabasis,        .            .         .     Boise. 

History   of  Rome,              ....             Smith. 

Third  Term Cicero,  two  Orations,            .            .            .                   Chase  and  Stuart. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Part  III,              .               Ha  kness. 

Anabasis,                     .....         Boise. 

History  of  Greece;        ....                Smith. 

SENIOR    CLASS. 

First  Term Virgil,  two  Books,        ....               Chase  and  Stuart. 

Anabasis,     .....               .       Boise. 

Second  Term Virgil,  three  Books,          ....            Chase  and  Stuart. 

Anabasis  completed,             ....       Boise. 

Algebra,                 .            .            ....            .            Olney. 

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TiiiKi)  Tekm Sallust— Conspinicy  of  Cataline,  .  .      Chase  and  Stuart. 

Homer— Iliad,  two  Books,  .  .  •  Boise. 

Plane  Geometry,        .....     Olney. 

Other  t<;-\t  Iwioks  tli.an  those    sijei-ilieil  ;ire  uot  iillowed  iu  tlie  recitatiou  room. 
Lessons  in  the  Englisli  Bilile  ami  Khctovical  Exercises  weekly  throughout  tlic  Course. 


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ENGLISH 
PREPARATORY ' DEPARTMENT. 


The  English  Prepakatorv  DtPARTMEXT  is  imder  the  same  general  supervision 
with  the  other  Departments,  anil  iin'ler  the  ira.ai3diate  direction  and  management  of 
the  Principal.  The  members  of  this  Department  are  subject  to  the  same  regulations 
as  the  students  in  the  College.  It  is  designeil  to  prepare  students  for  the  Scientific 
Department;  but  it  is  also  adapted  to  meet  the  wants  of  those  who  require  a  good 
elementary  education,  for  teaching  Common  Schools,  or  for  general  business.  All  the 
English  branches  are  taught  in  tliis  Department  usually  taught  in  High  Schools  and 
Academies.  No  students  are  admitted  who  have  not  advanced  as  far  as  Fractions  in 
Arithmetic. 

The  classes  are  taught  by  the  Principal  aud  Tutors  and  by  teachers  selected  from 
the  Theological  and  higher  College  Classes. 

A  large  portion  of  the  students  are  school  teachers,  or  preparing  to  teach.    The 
average  age  of  the  stuilents  in  this  Department  is  between  nineteen  and  twenty  years. 
Classes  are^organized  each  term  in  the  following  studies: 

Arithmetic— Ray's,  Third  Part,  two  classes'. 

White's,  complete,  two  classes. 
Grammar — Harvey's,  three  classes;   Greene's  Analysis. 
Geography — Colton's,  two  classes. 

Elocution  and  Reading — National  Fifth  Reader,  two  classes. 
Orthography  axd  Spelling. 
Algebra — Olney's  School,  three  classes. 
Geometry — Olney's,  two  classes. 
quackenboss'  natural  philosophy. 
Dalton's  Physiology. 

The  following  classes  are  organized  in  the  Terms  named: 

Alden's  Science  of  Government,  .  .  .  Fall  and  Spring. 

Smith's  History  of  Rome,         .  .  .  .  Spring  and  Summer. 

Freeman's  Outlines  of  History,     ....         Fall  and  Summer. 

Anderson's  History  of  the  United  States,    .  .         Spring  and  Summer. 

Elements  of  Book-Keeping,  ......       Fall. 

Physical  Geography,       .......         Spring. 

Trigonometry  and  Surveying,       .....  Summer 

Biblical  Antiquities,      ........        Fall. 

Lessons  in  the  English  Bible  and  Rhetorical  Exercises  w^eekly  for  all  the  students 
in  the  Department. 


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LADIES'    DEPARTMENT. 


The  Lapiks'  nKPAiiTMENT  is  Under  the  inimoiliate  direction  of  the  Principal  and 
the  Assistant  Priucipal,  ;uid  the  general  supervision  of  the  Ladies'  Board  of  Managers 
and  Facujty. 

The  Course  of  Study  i.s  designed  to  give  ladies  facilities  for  thorough  mental  disci- 
pline, and  the  si>ecial  training  which  will  qualify  them  for  teaching  and  the  other 
ilnties  of  their  sphere.  The  advanced  classes  are  taught  by  the  Professors,  and  recite 
with  the  College  classes  where  their  studies  are  the  same.  The  lower  classes  are 
taught  as  the  classes  in  the  Preparatory  Department,  with  which  they  usually  recite. 

Ladies  who  apply  for  admission  to  the  First  year  are  examiued  in  English  Grammar 
and  Analysis;  Arithmetic;  Olney's  School  Algebra,  or  an  equivalent;  Latin  Gram- 
mar and  Latin  Reader  through  Fables;  History  of  the  United  States  and  Geography. 

Ladies  wishing  to  cuter  advanced  classes  will  be  examined  in  the  previous  studies 
of  the  Course,  or  presLMit  other  evidence  to  the  teacher  of  each  study  that  they  have 
pursued  it  elsewhere. 


FIKST  YEAR. 

First  Term Algebra  completed, 

Latin  Reader  completed, 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Part  II, 

Biblical  Antiquities, 

Linear  Drawing, 

Second  Term Plane  Geometry, 

Ca:sar,  .  .  .  ,  . 

Latin  Prose  Compostition  to  Lesson  54, 
Physical  Geographv. 

Third  Term Geometry  completed— Conic  Sections, 

Cicero's  Orations,      .  .  .  . 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Lesson  6S, 
History  of  Rome, 

SECOND    YEAE. 

First  Term Plane  and  Spherical  Trigonometry, 

Sallnst,  .... 

Outlines  of  History, 

Second  Term Botany,         ..... 

Science  of  Government, 
•  Mechanics  and  Hydrostatics, 
French,  .... 

Third  Term Botany,  •  .  .  .  . 

Evidences  of  Christianity, 

^''rgil,  .... 

French. 


Olney. 
Harkness. 
Harkness. 
Nevin. 


Olney, 

Chase  and  Stuart. 

Harkness. 


Olney. 

Chase  and  Stuart. 
Harkness. 

Smith. 


Olney. 

Chase  and  Stuart. 

Freeman. 

Gray. 
Alden. 
Olmsted. 
Robertson. 

Gray. 

Hopkins. 

Chase  and  Stuart. 


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THIRD  YEAR. 

First  Term 

.  .Natural  Philosophy,            .... 
Logic,        ...... 

Olmsted. 

Jevon. 

German,          ...... 

Whitney. 

Sbcond  Term.... 

..Chemistry — Lectures. 

Art  of  Discourse,     ..... 

Day. 

German,        ...... 

Whitney. 

Third  Term 

.  .Zoology — Lectures. 

Astronomy,         ..... 

Olmsted. 

Paley's  Natural  Theology. 

Chemistry— Review. 

FOURTH  YEAR. 

First  Term 

..Mental  Philosophy,            .... 
Physiology — Lectures. 

Porter. 

History  of  Civilization,            .            . 

Guizot. 

Second  Term.... 

..Mental  Philosophy — Lectures. 

English  Literature,        .... 

Shaw. 

Butler's  Analogy. 

Political  Economy,        .... 

Mill. 

Moral  Philosophy,              .... 

Fairchild. 

Third  Term 

.  .Geology — Lectures. 

Political  Economy,            .            ,            .            . 

Mill. 

History — Lectures . 

Lectures  on  Art. 

Lessons  in  the 

English  Bible,  and  exercises  in  Reading  and 

Composition  weekly 

throughout  the  Course. 

PREPARATORY     COURSE. 

Ray's  and  White's  Arithmetic.                               Orthography 

English  Grammar.                                                       Reading. 

Elocution, 

Harkness'  Latin  Grammar. 

Modern  Geography.                                                    Algebra. 

History  of  the  United  States. 

B3 

CONSERVATORY  OF    MUSIC. 


Titis  Department  is  uiulcr  the  same  ^reiieral  inanagcinent  as  the  other  Dcpart- 
iiu'uts.  aiid  uihUt  tlu-  si)ecial  siiiiervisioii  of  tlic  Director. 

stmlents  in  tlif  (  onsorvatory  arc  subject  to  the  regular  College  iliscipline. 


COURSE  OF  STUDY. 

HARMONY. 

Scales,  both  Major  and  Minor,  Intervals,  and  their  inversions,  Chords  in  their  various 
relations.  Part-writing-,  Mo.UihUion,  Choral,  Single  and  Double  Counterpoint,  Composi- 
tion, and  Analysis  of  musical  works. 

PIANO  FORTE. 

Duvernoy's  Etudes  in  Mechanism  op.  izo. 
C/.erny  op.  636. 
Krause  op.  2. 
1  Idler  op.  46. 
Spindler  op.  141. 

Czerny  op.  299,  (Studies  in  Velocity.) 
Ilellcr  op.  45  and  16. 
Jensen  op.  32. 

Cramer's  Forty-two  Studies, 
dementi's  Gradus  ad  Parnassum. 
C/.erny  op.  740 
Mayer  op.  305. 
Moscheles  op.  70. 

Sonatas  by  Kuhlau,  Clementi,  Haydn,    Mozart,    Beetlioven;  and   selections    from 
Bach,  Schumann,  Mendelssohn,  Chopin  and  others. 

CULTIVATION  OF  THE  VOICE. 

Careful  instruction  is  ijiven  in  the  use  of  the  voice,  and  the  com-ect  manner.of  produc- 
ing a  <^ood  tone;  thoroujjh  drill  in  Technical  Exercises,  Solfeg^g^ios,  Vocalises,  etc.,  to 
give  control  over  and  tiexibility  to  the  voice;  and  practice  in  singing  the  best 
Eiif^lish,  German,  Italian  and  French  son^^s,  Operatic  Arias,  and  Solos  from  the  Oratorios 
for  expression  and  the  development  of  a  pure  .ityle. 

ORGAN. 

Selections  from  Rink's  and  Ritter's  organ  schools. 

Pedal  Technics, — Thayer. 

Pedal  Studies, — Volkniar. 

Studies  in  Pedal  Phrasing, — Buck. 

Trios  op.  20  Kichter,  and  op.  39  Merkcl. 

Fugues  from  the  Well-tempered  Clavier,  arr.  by  \'aii  Eyken,— Bach. 

SeljH-tions  from  Mendelssohn's  Six  Sonatas,  Three  Preludes  and  Fug-ues,  Ritter's 
Sonatas,  Bach's  )  -r  ui  .v  >,-<■!, 

Miscellaneous  selections  from  the  works  of  Buck.  Smart,  G.  Ad.  Thomas,  Best, 
Frcyer,  Richter,  Hesse,  Ritter,  and  others. 

Exercises  in  playing  Church  Music.  \'oluntaries,  accompanying  Choirs,  Registration, 
etc.,  including  all  that  is  necessary  to  give  one  a  thorough  mastery  over  the  organ,  for 
Church  or  Concert  use. 

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OBERLIK  COLLEGE. 


The  leni?th  of  time  necessary  for  the  completion  of  this  Course  cannot  be  stated 
definitely,  but  will  generally  be  from  two  to  four  years. 

No  pupil  is  allowed  to  enter  upon  the  studies  of  the  last  year  in  any  department  of 
Music  who  has  not  presented  to  the  director  satisfactory  evidence  of  proficiency  in  the 
fundamental  branches  of  an  English  education. 

All  students  completing  this  course  arc  awarded  diplomas. 

The  classes  in  Choral  Singing  are  fi-ee  to  all  members  of  the  Institution. 

Weekly  rehearsals  are  given,  at  which  pupils  who  are  competent  are  expected  to 
perform. 

Pupils  must  furnish  or  rent  their  instruments  for  practice.  Pianos  can 
always  be  rented  in  the  village  at  reasonable  rates. 

Students  in  other  departments,  taking  lessons  in  music,  are  re(iuired  to  make  their 
arrangements  with  the  Director  of  the  Consei-vatory. 

Catalogues,  containing  full  particulars  concerning  this  department,  can  be  obtained 
by  addressing  Conservatory  of  Music,  Oberlin,  Ohio. 


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In  the  TiiEoLcxacAL  Department  Lectures  are  given  on  the  subjects  of  the  Course 
to  all  the  classes  throughout  the  year,  ami  on  special  .subjects  <Uiriug  the' second  and 
third  terms. 

In  the  College,  Scientific  and  Ladies'  Departments  as  follows: 
First  Term. — Physiology;  the   Theory  and   Practice  of  Teaching;  Natural  Philosophy 
— Pneumatics,  Acoustics,  Electricity,  Magnetism  and  Optics,  and  Meteorology. 

Second   Term.— Moral  Philosophy;    Mental  Philosophy;  Butler's   Analogy;  Chemistry; 
Zoology;  Geology;  Katural  I-hilcscph5-— Mechanics  and  Hydrostatics. 

Third  Term.— Geology;  Zoology;  Political  Economy;  History;  Ancient  Literature;  Fine 
Arts. 

Practical  Lectures  on  General  Habits,  Methods  of  Study,  and  other  important 
subjects,  are  delivered  once  in  two  weeks  to  the  ladies,  by  the  Principal  of  the  Ladies' 
Department,  anil  to  the  young  men  of  the  Pi'eparatory  Departments  by  the  Princijials 
of  those  De))artments. 

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DEGREES  AND  DIPLOMAS. 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Divinitt  is  conferred  upon  the  graduates  of  the 
Theological  Department,  that  of  Bachelor  of  xVrts  upon  the  graduates  of  the  College 
Department,  and  that  of  Bachelor  of  Science  upon  the  graduates  of  the  Scientific 
Department. 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts,  or  Master  of  science,  is  conferred  upon  any 
Bachelor  of  three  or  more  j-ears'  standing,  who  has  been  engaged  in  literary  or  scien- 
tific pursuit?,  and  has  sustained  a  good  moral  character. 

A  Diploma,  certifying  the  successful  completion  of  the  prescribed  Course  of  Study, 
is  given  to  each  graduate  of  the  Ladies'  Department,  and  to  each  graduate  of  the  Con- 
servatory of  Music. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

At  the  close  of  each  term  the  classes  are  examined  in  the  studies  of  that  term; 
and  at  the  end  of  the  year  there  are  general  examinations  in  all  Departments. 

Every  recitation  and  examination  is  marked,  and  a  record  is  kept  by  the  Faculty 
of  the  attainments  of  each  student,  and  also  of  his  delinquencies.  Information  con- 
cerning his  progress  and  deportment  is,  when  reiiuested,  communicated  to  the  parent 
or  guardian. 

RELIGIOUS  EXERCISES. 

All  students  are  required  to  attend  Church  twice  on  the  Sabbath,  and  the  weekly 
lecture  on  Thursday.  ^ 

They  are  also  required  to  attend  daily  prayers  in  the  evening  at  the  Chapel,  and  in 
the  morning  in  the  families  in  which  they  board.  Every  class  has  a  weekly  exercise  in 
the  English  Bible,  which  all  are  required  to  attend. 

There  is  a  weekly  prayer  meeting  on  Monday  evening  for  all  young  people,  con- 
ducted by  the  students;  and  a  weekly  prayer  meeting  for  each  class,  conducted  by  one 
of  the  teachers. 

LIBRARY,  APPARATUS  AND  CABINET. 

The  Libraries  connected  with  the  College  number  about  twelve  thousand  volumes  . 

The  Apparatus,  in  the  Departments  of  Natural  Philosophy  and  Chemistry,  is 
sufficient  for  all  reasonable  demands;  and  the  Cabinets  in  Geology  and  Natural 
Historj-  are  well  supplied. 

FACILITIES  FOR  SELF-SUPPORT. 

The  College  does  not  furnish  manual  labor  to  the  students.  Diligent  and  faithful 
young  men  can  find  employment,  with  satisfactory  compensation,  in  the  village.  A 
few  are  employed  in  the  care  of  the  College  buildings.  About  forty  students  in  the 
higher  classes,  gentlemen  and  ladies,  are  employed  as  assistant  teachers. 

The  long  Winter  vacation  aflbrds  opportunity,  to  those  who  are  qualified,  to  engage 
in  teaching  schools  abroad.    The  call  for  teachers  is  equal  to  the  supply. 

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REGULATIONS. 

The  lU'gulatioiis  of  the  Institution  are  fow  and  simple,  aiipcaling  to  the  student's 
self-vespi'c-t  and  i)evs()nal  i-esponsibility.  He  is  required  to  abstain  from  the  use  of 
Toliarco  and  Intoxicatinif  Drinlv.«,  and  f'-om  connection  with  any  Secret  Society.  No 
student  is  ncrmitted  t^i  visit  one  of  the  other  sex  at  a  private  room,  except  by  special 
pi'rmission  in  case  of  severe  sickness. 

WINTER  SCHOOL. 

During  the  Winter  vacation  a  school  is  taught  in  the  College  buildings,  under  the 
stiperlntondance  of  members  of  the  Faculty,  in  which  classes  are  formed  in  all  the 
studies  of  the  Preparatory  Department,  and  in  any  College  study  when  a  sufficient 
number  w  ish  to  pursue  it  to  form  a  class.  This  school  opens  tlie  week  following  the 
(dose  of  tiie  Fall  Term. 

LADIES'  DEPARTMENT. 

Ladies  in  all  Uie  Departments  of  Study  are  under  the  supervision  of  the  Principal 
of  the  Ladies'  l)ei)artinent  and  the  arrangement  of  the  Ladies'  Board. 

Ladies  from  abroad  desiring  admission  to  the  Ladies'  Hall,  should  make  previous 
application  in  writing,  certifying  th»ir  age.  state  of  health,  character,  previous 
attainments,  and  the  timj  they  propose  to  continue  here.  Those  who  are  admitted 
will  be  <luly  apprized  of  their  admission.  All  ladies  are  expected  to  consult  the  Prin- 
cipal before  selecting  their  boarding  places. 

Ladies  are  required  to  be  in  their  rooms  after  eight  o'clock  in  the  evening  during 
the  Summer  months,  and  after  half-past  seven  during  the  Winter  months. 

Every  lady  is  required  to  present,  once  in  two  weeks,  a  written  rei)ort  of  her  obser- 
vance, and  her  failures  in  the  observance  of  the  regulations  of  the  Department,  signed 
by  the  matron  of  the  family  in  which  she  boards. 

These  reports,  togetlur  with  the  marks  of  her  recitations,  are  reeorded  by  the 
Principal,  and  are  open  at  all  times  for  the  inspection  of  the  Faculty,  the  Ladies' 
Board,  and  all  friends  interested. 

ADMISSION  AND  EXPENSES. 

Candidates  for  admission  to  any  of  the  Departments  must  bring  testimonials  of 
good  character;  and  those  coming  from  other  institutions  must  bring  a  certificate  of 
honorable  dismission. 

The  student  in  every  <lepartnient  iiursues  his  studies  in  his  private  room,  and  meets 
with  his  class  in  the  )mblic  room  for  recitation.  No  arrangement  is  made  for  those  who 
have  not  siillicieid  maturity  an<l  sfdf-.'ontrol  tosiudy  profitably  under  these  conditions. 

None  are  admitted  to  full  membership  until  they  have  honorably  passed  a  proba- 
tion of  six  months.  None  will  be  receiveii  iindei  sixteen  years  of  age,  unless  commit- 
te  I  to  the  care  of  some  aiiproved  resident  of  the  place;  nor  any  under  fourteen,  except 
by  special  arrangi-meiit  with  the  Facidty. 

lloom  i-ent  in  the  Ladies'  Hall  is  !);10..50  a  term  for  each  occupant,  including  lights, 
the  iivivileges  of  the  house  anil  care  inordinary  sickness.  Kach  room  is  intended  for 
two  ladies,  and  is  provided  with  cari)ets  and  other  necessary  furniture,  including  husk 
bed.  All  other  articles  of  bedding  will  be  liirnisbedby  the  occniiants;  also,  lamps  and 
table  napkins.  No  room  will  be  C!)nsidered  engaged  for  anj- term  unless  two  dollars 
is  paid  on  the  rent,  which  sum  will  be  forfeited  if  the  room  is  not  taken,  unless  writ- 
ten notice  to  that  ellect  is  given  to  the  Treasurer  at  least  one  week  before  the  opening 
of  the  term.  Fuel  is  furnished  as  reiiuired,  the  charge  being  according  to  the  amount 
consumed. 

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Room  rent  in  Council  Hall  is  free,  and  the  rooms  are  completely  furnished;  the  in- 
cidental fee  is  $2.50  a  term ;  in  the  other  College  buildings  rent  is  $2.50  per  term,  and 
each  room  is  furnished  with  a  stove  only. 

The  price  of  board  will  vary  with  the  cost  of  provisions.  At  present,  board  in  the 
Ladies'  Hall  is  .$2.80  per  week ;  in  private  families,  including  rooms  furnished,  from  $3 
to  $4  per  week;  fuel  and  lights  extra. 

The Treasxxrer's  bills  are  payable  at  the  beginning  of  each  term;  board  in  the 
Ladies'  Hall,  each  half  term  in  advance. 

The  following  maybe  considered  as  a  near  estimate  of  the  necessary  expenses  for  a 
term  of  twelve  weeks,  in  any  department  except  the  Theological,  in  which  there  is  no 
charge  for  tuition,  room  rent,  or  use  of  Library. 

Tuition,  or  rent  of  Scholarship $  3  oo        .$  3  00 

Incidentals „ 2  65  2  65 

Library  Fee 35  35 

Board,  $2.21;  to  $3.00  per  week 2700    to  3600 

Room  Rent 2  50  to  10  00 

Lights  and  Washing 5  00  to  S  00 

Books  and  Stationery 4  50  to  700 

Fuel,  Fall  and  Spring 3  00  to  600 


$48  00     $73  00 

EXTRA  CHARGES. 

Piano,  twenty  lessons $12  00 

Organ,  twenty  lessons 12  00 

Harmony,  twenty  lessons , 5  00 

Cultivation  of  the  Voice 12  00 

tTse  of  Instrument,  one  hour  per  day $2  00 — 3  00 

Oil  Painting,  with  use  of  Models,  thirty  lessons 10  00 

Water  Colors 6  00 

Crayon   Drawing,  fifty  lessons 7  00 

Perspective  Drawing 6  00 

Use  of  Musical  Library 2  00 

French  and  German  except  in  the  regular  courses 5  00 

Thorough  instruction  in  Vocal  Music  is  free  to  all. 

SITUATION. 

Oberlin  is  easily  accessible  from  all  parts  of  the  country,  being  situated  on  the 
Lake  Shore  and  Michigan  Southern  Railway,  an  hour's  ride  from  Cleveland.  The  vil- 
lage of  thirtj'-flve  hundred  inhabitants,  has  grown  up  with  the  College,  and  is  singular- 
ly free  from  the  temptations  and  dangers  often  surrounding  colleges. 

Letters  of  inquiry  may  be  addressed  to  the  President,  J.  H.  Faikchild;  to  the 
Principals  of  the  Preparatory  Departments,  J.  H.  Laird  and  H.  V.  Clark;  to  the 
Principal  of  the  Ladies'  Department,  Mrs.  A.  A.  F.  .Johnston;  or  to  the  Secretary  and 
Treasurer,  George  Kinney. 


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TABULAR     VIEW 

OF  THE 

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FALL   TERM,  J.  8  74. 


Uonda;. 


Tcojlay. 

Weines. 

Frilay. 


Saturday 


Frtth. 
So/>li 


Klietorlcal  Kxnrcises,   9 — 11 
Rhfioricjil  Kxci-cises.  I'l — \i 


Ju  niors 
Seniors, 


Rhetorical  Exercises,  2 — I 
Rhet   rical  lixercises,  1—3 


Hour 

Frrtfk   . 

Soph 

Juniors 

St;  n  iortf 

Lnt{ie«. 

Frrffi   . 

Soph 

Jujiiort 

Sejiiurt 

Litdits 


S— S) 


-HI 


Matberaatics. 


PliTsioI.    German 


IMalliematics. 

li^atiii. 

|Gern).  Cw.  T^at.  Gw 

[Greek. 

Gni/.iit. 


10—11 


Latin. 
Greek. 
Lo;;ic. 
Physiology. 


Bible  riass. 
I'loc-iitiou. 
lOlociition. 
(ieriuan. 


(Matlieinilics             Bible  Class. 
{Latin.                          Griek. 
l(Terinan6w.  Latin    Bible  Class. 
jOreek.                          Bible  Class. 
I  Klocution.  I     


11-1-2 


Greek. 


Nst.  Philosophy. 
Men.  Philosophy. 


Greek. 


Nat.  Philosophy. 
Men. Philosophy. 


SPRING    TERM,    1875. 


Ucndaj. 


Tuesday. 
Wodnes, 
Thursd'y 
friday. 


Saturday 


Freih . 
Soph . 
Hour 


Rhetorica.  Kxercises,  9—11 
Rhetorical  Kxercises.lO— 12 


Jiniiors 
Seniors 


Frr.i^ii . 
Soph    . . 
J u u tors 
Seniors 
Lotties 


Fresh . . 
S'tph  .  . 
J  u  n iors 
Sertiors 
Lntiies 


8—.  I 
.Muirieuiatics. 


Biitler  !iw.  Pol.'  Ec 

I  (iorniaii. 

i.MallieniaticS. 


Latin. 

German. 

Greek. 


Latin. 

(Jerruan. 

KhK'irn  Fri.Jt  Sat.  Bible  Class. 

(iernian.  1 


10—11 


Rhetorical  Kxercises,  2—4 
Rhetorical  Exercises,  1—3 
12 


Greek. 

Mechanics. 

Chemistry. 

Men.  Ph.tiw.  E.Lit 


Bible  Class. 
Mechanics. 
Chemistry. 
Men.  Ph.Ow.  E.Lit 


11- 


Greek  8w.  Botany. 
Rliefc  8w.  Latin. 
Moral  Philosopliy 
French. 


Bible  Class. 
KhefcSw.  Latin. 
Bible  Class. 
Bible  (.'lass. 


SUMMER  TERM,   1875. 


Rhetorical  Exercises,  3—11 
Khelorica!   Kxorcises,in — 12 


Juniors Rhetorics/  Exercises,  2 — -t 


Hour 


T«5da7  ir;;/'  ^'•*'"'-. 

WClBO!.  \ Juniors  .Vstroboniy. 
Tri.ay.     i«(/i>»  iKr»-i'cii. 


Fresh  . 
Soph 


I'.ibleClasj. 


Saturday  I  ■^""'<""  \«tronoinv. 

..SVhi'ox   Klooirn  Fri.A  Sat, 
[Lmiirs  I'l'^locnt  ion. 


-Ill 


Latin. 
German. 

History.  Art, 


Latin. 

Bible  Class. 
EloiMi'n  Fri.  &  ?at. 
Bible  ('lass. 


10—11 


.Vtatheraalics. 

(ireek. 

Lat.  Sw.  Chenfts'y 

Political  Econo'v. 

Pa'cv  Sw.  Cliem'y 

Mathematics. 
G  reek . 

Lat.  8w.  (^hemis'y 
Political  Econo'y. 
l*nU'A'  Sw.  riierti'v 


11—12 


Bot.  3w.  Eviden's. 
Natural  Science. 
Natural  Science. 


Bot.   Hw.  Eviden's. 
Bible  (Uass. 
Natural  Science. 


Tlic  menilK-rs  of  the  Scientific  Department  and  of  the  Ladies'  Departmeut  recite  with 
the  College  Classes  when  llieir  studies  are  llie  same. 

Instead  of  the  Monday  Exercises  in  the  Talile,  ])ulilic  Rhetorical  Exercise,  consisting 
of  original  Orations  and  Essays  from  the  members  of  all  the  College  Classes  and  from 
the  Juniors  and  Senir  rs  in  tlie  Scientific  Department  in  turn,  occur  on  the  First  Monday 
of  each  monlh-dnrini;  the  Fall  Term  from  3  to5  !■.  M.,and  durinj?  the  Spring  and  Sum- 
ir.tr  Terms  from  4  to  o  i".  .m. 


nUndar. 


TERMS  AND  VACATIONS. 

1874. 

Fall  Term  begins Tuesday,  Sept.  1. 

Winter  Vacation  begins Saturday,  Nov.  21. 

Winter  School  begins Tuesday,  Dec.  1. 

1875. 

Spring  Term  begins Tuesday,  Feb.  16. 

Spring  Recess  begins ''aturday,  May  8. 

Summer  Term  begins Wednesday,  May  12. 

Summer  Vacation  begins Friday,  Aug.  6. 

Fall  Term  begins Tuesday,  Aug.  31. 


PUBLIC     OCCASIONS. 

1875. 

Junior  Exhibition ., Wednesday,  May  5. 

Anniversary  of  the  Theological  Society Thursday.  May  6. 

Union  Exhibition  of  the  College  Societies Friday,  May  7. 

Anniversary  of  the  Ladies'  Literary  Society Wednesday,  July  14. 

Anniversary  of  the  -Elioian  Society Wednesday.  July  21. 

Exhibition  of  the  Senior  Preparatory  Class Wednesday,  July  28. 

Exhibition  of  the  Conservatory  of  Music Thursday,  Ju'y  29. 

Anniversary  of  the  Alpha  Zeta  Society Friday,  July  30. 

Conclo  ad  Clerum Saturday,  July  31. 

Anniversary  of  the  Phi  Kappa  Pi  Society Saturday,  July  31. 

Baccalaureate  Sermon., Sunday,  Aug.  1. 

Address  before  the  Missionary  Society Sunday,  Aug.  1. 

Anniversary  of  the  Phi  Delta  Society Monday,  Aug.  2 

Address  before  the  College  Societies Monday,  Aug.  2. 

Anniversary  Exercises  of  the  Ladies'  Department Tuesday,  Aug.  3. 

Address  before  the  Society  of  Alumni Tuesday,  Aug.  3. 

Alumni  Reunion Wednesday,  Aug.  4. 

Commencement,  College  Department Thursday,  Aug.  5. 

Commencement,  Theological  Department Thursday,  Aug.  6. 

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Its  purpose  is  to  give  to  the  students  of  the  College  an  opportunily  to  ini|iro\e 
their  hand-wi-iting  while  pursuing  a  course  of  study,  and  to  afford  superior  advan- 
tages to  all  who  may  wish  to  prepare  themselves  to  teach  "The  Art"  in  public, 
private,  or  normal  schools,  or  to  acquire  an  elegant  and  easy  business  hand. 

A  pleasant  and  coinmodious  room  has  been  litted  up  in  one  of  the  College 
buildings  for  the  use  of  this  department. 

TERMS. 

Twelve  weeks,  one  hour  each  day,           ________  .$5.00 

Six  weeks,  one  hour  each  clay,            _________  -joo 

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Kullcour.se,  in  Practical,      -         -           _           -           -           _           -           -           _           -  2000 

Full  course,  in  Ornamental,        __________  20.00 

Full  course,  in  Practical  and  Ornamental,            _______  30.00 

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1875. 


BOARD  OF  TRUSTEES 


Rev.  JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 

FRANCIS  D.  PARISH Sandusky. 

SAMUEL  D.  PORTER Roohestek,  N.  Y. 

Rev.  MICHAEL  E.  STRIEBY Newark,  N.  J. 

URIAH  THOMPSON Obeelin. 

Rev.  HENRY  COWLES Obeelin. 

.TABEZ  W.  MERRILL Obeelin. 

Rev.  WILLIA3I  B.  BROWN Newark,  N.  J. 

Rev.  SAMUEL  WOLCOTT Cleveland. 

A.  B.  NETTLETON Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Rev.  E.  B.  FAIRFIELD Indiana,  Pa. 

Rev.  WOLCOTT  B.  WILLIAMS Chaelotte,  Mioh. 

SKTll  II.  SHELDON Cleveland. 

Rev.  J.  G.  W    COWLES Cleveland. 

GEORGE  B.  DELAMATER Meadville,  Pa. 

WILLIAM  SUMNER Cincinnati. 

HORATIO  C.  FORD Cleveland. 

T.  L.  NELSON Eltria. 

Hon.  JAMES  MONROE Obeelin. 


(Corresponding  (Members  from  the  (Alumni. 


Key.  CALEB  E.  FISHER ...Appleton,  Wis. 

Rev.  JOHN  G.  ERASER East  Toledo. 

Hon.  J.  D.  COX Toledo. 

J.  E.  INGERSOLL Cleveland. 

P,  H.  KISER Cleveland. 


(prudential  i^ommittee. 


Pres.  J.  H.  FAIRCHELD.  Rev.  HENRY  COWLES, 

JABEZ  W.  MERRILL.  Prof.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS. 

URIAH  THOMPSON.  E.  J.  GOODRICH.  HIRAM  HTJLBCJRD. 


JAMES  B.  T.  MARSH,  Secretart  and  Treasurer. 


^adies'  (Board  of  (Managers. 


Mrs.  A.  A.  F.  JOHNSTON.  Mrs.  MINERVA  E.  ELLIS. 

Mrs.  MARIANNE  P.  DASCOMB.  Mrs.  ELIZABETH  S.  MEAD. 

Mrs.  REBECCA  FINNEY.  Mrs   AUGUSTA  B.  SMITH. 

Mrs.  MARY  B.  SHURTLEFF. 


FACU  LTY. 


Rev.  JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President, 

PROFESSOR  OF  THEOl/OGY,  AND  AVERY  PROFESSOR  OF  MORAL  PHILOSOPHY. 

Rev.  JOHN  MORGAN, 

PROFESSOR  OF  NEW  TESTAMENT  LITERATURE  AND  BIBLICAL  THEOLOGY. 

JAMES  DASOOMB,  M.  D., 

PROFESSOR  OF  CHEMISTRY,  BOTANY  AND  PHYSIOLOGY. 

Rev.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS, 

PROFESSOR  OF  MENTAL  PHILOSOPHY  AND  RHETORIC. 

Eev.  CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL, 

PROFESSOR  OF  MATHEMATICS  AND  NATURAL  PHILOSOPHY. 

Rev.  JUDSON  SMITH, 

PROFESSOR  OF  CHURCH  HISTORY,  AND  LECTURER  ON  MODERN  HISTORY. 

GILES  W.  SHURTLEFF,  A.  M., 

PROFESSOR  OF  THE  LATIN  LANGUAGE  AND  LITERATURE. 

Rev.  HIRAM  MEAD, 

PROFESSOR  OF  SACRED  RHETORIC  AND  PASTORAL  THEOLOGY. 

Rev.  WILLIAM  H.  RYDER, 

PROFESSOR  OF  THE  GREEK  LANGUAGE  AND  LITERATURE. 

fenelon  b.  rice, 

PROFESSOR  OF  MUSIC. 

Rev.  ELIJAH  P.  BARROWS, 

PROFESSOR  OF  HEBREW  AND  OLD  TESTAMENT  LITERATURE. 

Rev.  JAMES  H.  LAIRD, 

PRINCIPAL  OF  THE  ENGLISH  PREPARATORY  SCHOOL. 

ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT,  A.  M.,  Ph.  B., 

PROFESSOR  OF  GEOLOGY  AND  NATURAL  HISTORY. 

JAMES  K.  NEWTON,  A.  M., 

PROFESSOR  OF  THE  GERMAN  AND  FRENCH  LANGUAGES  AND  LITERATURES. 

JAMES  R.  SEVERANCE,  A.  M., 

INSTRUCTOR  IN  ELOCUTION. 

Rev.  HENRY  COWLES, 

LECTURER  ON  PROPHECY. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


Rev.  a.  HASTINGS  ROSS, 

SPECIAL  LECTURER  ON  CHURCH  POLITY. 

Rev.  WILLIAM  W.  PATTON, 

LECTURER  ON  MODERN  SKEPTICISM. 

kev.  henry  matson, 

LIBRARIAN. 

HENRY  F.  CLARK,  A.  M., 

ASSOCIATE  PROFESSOR  OF  LATIN  AND  GREEK. 

AUGUSTUS  G.  UPTON,  A.  B., 

TUTOR  IN  LATIN. 

CHARLES  J.  RYDER,  A    B., 

TEACHER  OF  GREEK. 

LAN  MAN  J.  NETTLETON,  A.  B., 

TEACHER  OF  LATIN. 

HOBART  K.  PAINTER,  A.  B. 

TEACHER  OP  GRAMMAR. 

CALVIN  B.  CADY, 

INSTRUCTOR  IN  PIANO  AND  COMPOSITION. 

FRANK  M.  DAVIS, 

INSTRUCTOR  IN  PIANO  AND  VIOLIN. 

WILLIAM  B.  CHAMBERLAIN,  A.  B., 

INSTRUCTOR  IN  VOCAL  MUSIC. 

W.  F.  LYON, 

INSTRUCTOR  IN  PENMANSHIP. 


MRS.  A.  A.  F.  JOHNSTON, 

PRINCIPAL  OF  THE  LADIES'  DEPARTMENT. 

Miss  HELEN  E.  MARTIN, 

ASSISTANT  PRINCIPAL. 

Miss  CALISTA  ANDREWS, 

TUTOR  IN  MATHEMATICS. 

Miss  l.  celestia  wattles, 

INSTRUCTOR  IN  PIANO  AND  HARMONY. 

Miss  ROSA  D.  ALLEN, 

INSTRUCTOR  IN  VOCAL  MUSIC. 

Miss  ANNA  M.  WYETT, 

INSTRUCTOR  IN  DRAWING  AND  PAINTING. 


FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD.  President 
JOHN  MORGAN.  HIKAM  MEAD.  JUDSON  SMITH. 

ELIJAH  P.  BARROWS. 


JAMES  R.  SEVERANCE. 


STUDENTS. 


RESIDENT   GRADUATE. 


NAME. 

Alexander  D.  Hail 

Oberlin  Theological  Seminary,  1872. 


RESIDENCE. 

Berlin. 


SENIOR  CLASS. 


ROOMS. 

39  West  Lorain  st. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Israel  Brown Wedron,  111 

Wheaton  College,  1872. 

Charles  Cole  Creegan Wakeman 31  North  Water  st 

Lebanon  Normal  School,  1869. 

John  Morgan  Cumings Tabor,  Iowa 18  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  "oUege,  1872. 

Eben  Leander  Hill St.  Clair,  Mich 15  Council  Hall. 

Michigan  University,  1872. 

Owen  Jenkins Oberlin 27  Council  Hall. 

Nathaniel  Demster  Lanphkah Olivet,  Mich 7  Council  Hall. 

Olivet  College,  1873. 

William  Brewster  Oleson Brighton. 

Maine  Agricultural  College, 

Edward  Anson  Paddock Baraboo,  Wis 3  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1872. 


Jacob  P.  Riedinger Randolph 

Oberlin  College,  1872. 


.11  Council  Hall. 


Orville  Carlton  Clark Oberlin West  Lorain  st. 

Desevigna  Fisk  Harris Columbus 4  Council  Hall. 

AbnerMahlon  Pipes Tonica,  111 5  Council  Hall. 

Delos  Adelbert  Strong North  Adams,  Mi  ■h....l3  Council  Hall. 

Willis  Wilcox  Woodruff Vienna 25  Council  Hall. 

Seniors 14 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


MIDDLE  CLASS 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Thomas  Weston  DeLong Tabor,  Iowa 36  West  College  st. 

Tabor  College,  1873. 

Feux  Shaw  Hamel Tamworth,  Eng 38  Council  Hall. 

Queen's  College, 

Edward  Allan  Leeper Atlanta,  111 20  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  

David  C.  McNair Clark,  Pa 16  Council  Hall. 

Mt.  Union  College,  1873. 

Charles  Deforest  Patterson Laporte 18  West  Lorain  st. 

Ohio  Wesleyan  University, 

Orthello  Vermillen  Rice Oberlin 60  West  College  st. 

Tabor  College,  1874. 

William  Clayton  Rogers Oberlin 24  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1873. 

Edward  Strieby  Steele Oberlin 3  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1872. 

Augustus  Goodnow  Upton Elyria 10  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1873. 


John  Milton  Merrill Collamer 11  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1873. 

James  Courtlandt  Palmer Bloomsburg,  Pa 19  Council  Hall. 

John  Scott Naugatuck,  Ct 39  North  Main  st. 

Middles '2 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


JUNIOR  CLASS 


RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

.Nova 17  Council  Hall. 


.Oberlin 6  West  st. 


8  Council  Hall. 


NAMES. 

Albert  Wade  Bishop 

Northwestern   Normal,  1873. 

William  Benton  Chamberlain.. 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 
Isaac  Linn^os  Corey Thorntown. 

Wabash  College, 

Harry  William  George East  Orrington,  Me 6  Council  Hall. 

Colby  University, 

Dennis  Goodsell Nelson 26  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 

Sylvester  S.  Grinnell Maryville,  Tenn 9  Council  Hall. 

Maryville  College,  1874. 

John  William  Harorave Hipon.Wis 21  Council  Hall. 

Ripon  College,  1875. 
AzEL  Hatch Chatham 26  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 

Addison  Wilbur  Hayes Berea... 1  Council  Hall. 

Baldwin  University,  1875. 

Rupert  Preston  Hodge Janesville,  Wis 14  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1874. 

Francis  Marion  Kumler Westerville 8  Council  Hall. 

Otterbein  University,  1872. 
Eli  Roberts  Loomis Pawlet,  Vt 12  Council  Hall. 

Henry  Ferris  Markham Oberlin 23  North  Professor  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1873. 

Thomas  McClelland Mendon,  HI 23  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 

Jerome  DOLSON  Mills Canton,  111 22  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 

James  Dunning  Monroe Town  Line,  N.  Y 14  Council  Hall. 

Mt.  Union  College,  1875. 

Lanman  James  Nettleton Oberlin 15  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 

Hobart  Kingsbury  Painter Oberlin 22  Spring  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 

Pearse  Pinch West  Rosendale,  Wis... 21  Council  Hall. 

Ripon  College,  1875. 

Albert  Augustus  Roberts Monticello,  Fla 36  North  Main  st. 

Codrington  College,  1871. 

Harlan  Page  Roberts Oberlin 46  North  Main  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 

Charles  Jackson  Ryder Oberlin 23  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 

William  Dyvanwal  Williams Oberlin. 

Western  Reserve  College, 


Edmund  Chessman Bethlehem,  Pa 28  Council  Hall. 

Juniors 24 


CLASSICAL  AND  SCIENTIFIC  COURSE. 


FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 
JAMES  DASCOMB.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS.  CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL. 

JUDSON  SMITH.  GILES  W.  SHURTLEFF.      WILLIAM  H.  RYDER. 

ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT.  JAMES  K.  NEWTON. 


SE 

NAMES. 

Arthur  Chase  Andrews.. '. 

Henry  Liberty  Bates ^. 

Lyman  WiLLARD  Burr n 

Henry  Northrup  Castle.:. 
Clarence  John  Chase :. 

JAMES  R.  SEVERANCE. 

STUDENTS. 

NIOR    CLASS. 

RESIDENCES. 

.: Oberlln 

Plymouth,  Neb 

Oberlin 

ROOMS. 

...38  North  Professor  st. 

...12  Elm  St. 

...40  West  Lorain  st. 

Newbury,  Kan 

Whittlesey 

...61  East  College  St. 
...13  Elm  St. 

Darius  Daniel  Clayton... 

: Little  Sandusky 

...11  West  St. 

Elijah  Cooke 7.. 

Henry  Francis  Derr  ...•...: 
Burt  Erastus  De  To  ...:... : 
Edwin  Kellogg  Fairchild 
William;;Goodell  Frost.-?-. 
John  Hanshue • 

...Otto,  N.  Y 

Montville 

Oberlin 

...10  Elm  St. 
...11  West  St. 
...14  East  Mill  st. 

.'...• Keokuk,  Iowa 

Raymond,  Wis 

•                       Wfistfirn  Star ... 

...10  Elm  St. 
...24Tappan  Hall. 
...24  Tappan  Hall. 

William  Andrew  Hobbs..-..' Lebanon,  Mo 

Sylvanus  Converse  Huntington,  Jr.. Pulaski,  N.  T 

Frank  Gardiner  Lee..-..> Baraboo,  Wis 

...19  West  Lorain  St. 

...10  Elm  St. 

...10  West  Lorain  st. 

lU  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Charles  Lundy  Lewis j^. Ottawa,  111 6  West  Lorain  st. 

Edwaui)  Joseph  Malle f..'. Bedford 13  East  Lorain  st. 

Charles  Beebe  Martin .TT.f. Oberlin 69  East  College  st 

Frederick  William  Meadows.:.. Elyria 27  East  College  st. 

Julius  Sinclair  Ooan ':. Columbus  Grove 9  Forest  st. 

William  Otterbein  Pkingle  .'.; Fremont 2  College  Place. 

Georoe  Thompson  Reeves. ..•..• Newark,  N.  Y 6  West  Lorain  st. 

Dan  Richards 1. " Oberlin 59  East  College  st. 

Clayton  Brown  Rockhill..:.." Oakhmd 19  West  Lorain  st. 

RoviLLUS  Kollin  Rogers .'. Alden,  Iowa 10  West  Lorain  st. 

Frederick  Shelton  SMEDLEY..'..t Berea 50  North  Main  st. 

Seth  Sanford  Wheeler Tl-.s. Cleveland/^ 11  East  Lorain  st. 

RoBi  RT  John  White i.: Henrietta Mr.  White's. 

Alice  Lee  Armsby jC. Council  Grove,  Kan Park  House. 

Clara  Evangeline  Babcockx Wayne 35  West  Lorain  st. 

Lucy  Ella  Wright Oberlin 35  West  Lorain  st. 

Seniors 31 


JUNIOR   CLASS. 

'  Joseph  Higgins  Adams Perrysburg 27  West  Lorain  st. 

Malcolm  Gr^me  Alexander Clyde.... 35  South  Mainst. 

Samuel  Davis  Allen Newcastle,  Pa 10  West  Lorain  st. 

'  William  Fremont  Blackman Kirksville,  Mo 15  Forest  st. 

Frederick  ERwin  Briqham Trumbull Frenc4i  Hall. 

CiiAU.NCEY  Marvin  Cady Oberlin 12  South  Professor  st. 

William  Capell  Calland Sumnierlield 60  North  Main  st. 

Frederic  Arthur  Churchill Oberlin 26  West  College  st. 

Adelbert  Benjamin  Coon ...Marengo,  111 35  North  Professor  st. 

George  Edward  Crane Oberlin 38  South  Main  st. 

Alexander  Sylvanus  Eaton Alamo,  Mich 35  Tappan  Hall. 

Frederic  Alden  Field Oberlin 2  East  Lorain  st. 

/Albert  John  Gilchrist Oberlin 34  North  Professor  st. 

Herbert  DelosGoodenough Barton,  Wis 51  West  College  st. 

EVANDER  Joseph  Goodsell Nelson 30  West  College  st. 

ARcniBALD  Hadden Cleveland 10  Elm  st. 

Benjamin  Albert  iMEs Van  Wert,  Pa 51  Tappan  Hall. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  11 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Arthur  Desaline  Langston Washington,  D.  C Park  House. 

JuDSON  Oncken  Leslie Princeton,  111 30  West  College  st. 

James  Robert  Logue Northfield 35  North  Professor  st. 

Charles  Albert  Marsh Pontiac,  Mich 33  East  College  st. 

Charles  Edwin  Monroe Oberlin 4  College  Place. 

Winthrop  DOWNES  PAINTER Oberlin 32  Spring  st. 

Erwin  Hart  Kichards Mecca First  Church. 

Adelbert  Selders Lodi l 37  North  Pleasant  st. 

Sanford  Elihu  8HUTT Middleport 2  East  Lorain  st. 

Merton  Morris  Squire Oberlin 6  West  Lorain  st. 

John  Ogilveb  Stevenson Ellsworth,  Ct 3  South  Professor  st. 

Mary  Louisa  Drake Oskaloosa,  Iowa 51  West  College  st. 

Ell.4.  Jane  Strong Oskaloosa,  Iowa 51  West  College  st. 

Caroline  Wickes Oberlin 2  North  Professor  st. 

Juniors 31 


SOPHOMORE  CLASS. 

Bela  Benoni  Adams Copopa 6  South  Professor  st. 

Charles  Whitfield  Allen Oberlin 68  South  Main  st. 

WiLBKRT  Lee  Anderson East  Berkshire,  Vt 11  South  Professor  st. 

William  Elliott  Barnhabt Seville 4  Elm  st. 

William  Alfred  Bowen San  Bernardino,  Cal....41  West  College  st. 

Charles  Sherman  Brown Oberlin 27  North  Main  st. 

Henry  Conner.. Burton,  111 60  Tappan  Hall. 

Amplias  Milton  Countryman Hastings,  Minn 27  West  College  st. 

Marion  FiNLEY  Cowan Hardin 23  West  College  st. 

Frank  Parish  Favel Oberlin U  North  Main  st. 

Lucius  BiERCE  Fuller Nelson 34  West  College  st. 

Marcus  Bell  Fuller Nelson 17  West  College  st. 

Wakene  Almont  Gates Middlefield 74  East  College  st. 

Charles  Robert  Hager Sauk  City,  Wis Chapel. 

William  Norman  Johnson Oberlin 51  East  College  st. 

Oliver  Hale  KOONS Sulphur  Springs 12  East  Lorain  st. 

James  Henderson  Kyle Urbana,  111 41  West  College  st. 

James  Henry  Leonard Bridgewater,  Mass 37  West  College  st. 

Oramel  William  Lucas Canon  City,  Col 35  West  Lorain  st. 


12                                OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

'                                          NAMES. 

RESIDENCES. 

ROOMS. 

WlM.IAM    BEECriEU   MolNTYRE... 

Princeton,  111 

..12  East  Lorain  st. 

Wii.DKK  Stevens  Metcalf 

Elyria 

.  1  South  Professor  st. 

LiMu.KY  Wahiikn  Morris       

..  .  Alliance  

..47  West  College  st. 

Chaklks  Edward  Morse 

Bedford. 

.    3  East  Lorain  st. 

Albert  Oi.ipford  Penfield 

Oberlin 

..83  South  Main  st. 

PnARiF<;  Mii.TOx  Rice 

Russia         

Mr.  Rice's. 

Alberto  Calvin  Shattuck 

Tontogany 

..30  West  College  St. 

Karl  Andrew  Snyder 

Oberlin 

..11  Elm  St. 

David  Brainerd  Spencer 

Benzonia,  Mich ... 

.     French  Hall. 

Wesley  Meyers  Stover 

.- Lisle,  111 

..74  East  College  St. 

Henry  Ernest  Thayer .. 

Freedom 

..37  West  College  St. 

Et'OENli  ALHERT  TUTTLE 

North  Amherst 

47  West  College  st. 

Charles  Seluen  Vaile 

Kokomo,  Ind 

..  9  Elm  St. 

Solomon  Watkins 

Lawrence,  Kan 

.24  North  Main  st. 

Albert  Marion  Wheeler 

Shelby _ 

.37  West  College  st. 

HeordieZeno  Whitney 

Melville  Clement  Whitney 

Oberlin 

-.26  South  Professor  st. 
.26  South  Professor  st. 

Oberlin 

Francis  Albert  Wilcox 

Richfield 

.49Tappan  Hall. 

William  Cullbn  Wilcox 

Richfield 

-.49  Tappan  Hall. 

Lunette  Angelina  Drew 

Oberlin 

..75  South  Main  st. 

Ellen  Electa  Grannis 

Oberlin 

.71  North  Main  st. 

May  Richards 

Ida  Elfleda  Wilcutt.    . 

Sophomores 

Oberlin 

.59  East  College  st. 
.19  North  Main  st. 

42 

Oberlin 

FRESHMAN   CLASS 

Jason  Alonzo  Barber. 
Henry  Royce  Bass.. 

Tontogany.. 

WfiSt  "Ranrlnliili 

.24  North  Main  st. 
.22  West  Lorain  st. 
.  4  North  Water  st. 
.21  South  Professor  st. 
..  8  Forest  st. 
-47  West  College  st. 
.     Society  Hall. 
.32  South  Professor  st. 
.22  West  Lorain  st. 
.14  East  Lorain  st. 

Madison  William  Beacom 
Fred  Bellows 

Mechanicstown 

W^Pnino"   WatoT*    TVTiiV* 

George  B.  Boone 

William  Henky  Buss 

Creston.  Til 

Dwight  Howard  Clapp 

EvERARD  Willis  Dascomb 

Kirtland 

Wilton.  N.  If 

Olin  Lareau  Fowler 

WiLUER  GeRRV  FrEHSE 

-■ . 

OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  13 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Clarence  Ross  Gale Jamestown,  N.  Y 2  North  Professor  st. 

Henry  Orlando  Gardner Richville,  N.  Y Second  Church. 

William  Raymond  Greene Maiden,  111. 31  West  College  st. 

John  Henry  Grose Des  Moines,  Iowa a5  South  Main  st. 

Burton  F.  Hales North  Amherst 19  East  Lorain  st. 

Miles  Woodbury  Harrison ..Lagrange 4S  South  Main  st. 

George  Anshutz  Berry  Heazelton  ..Pittsburg,  Pa. 4  North  Water  st. 

Robert  Cehorn  Henderson ..Zanesville 5  South  Professor  st. 

Willis  Arthur  Hitchcock Owasso,  Mich 35  North  Main  st. 

Oliver  Earle  Hotchkiss South  Kirtland 50  East  Lorain  st. 

David  Willey  Hulburt Seville    , 30  North  Pleasant  st. 

Arthur  Clayton  Jones Galena 19  North  Main  st. 

John  Kline Rensselaerville,  N.  Y...39  East  College  st. 

Nestor  Light Milford,  Ct.. 33  South  Professor  st. 

Thomas  Allen  McNeal Iberia 53  East  Lorain  st. 

Alford  Brown  Penniman Woodburn,  111 21  South  Professor  st. 

Edward  Waterous  Peck ...Oberlin 8  West  Lorain  st. 

Henry  Ricker Kelley's  Island 35  West  Lorain  si. 

George  Martin  Sherman Henrietta 4  North  Water  st. 

Samuel  Reynolds  Singer Zanesville 50  Tappan  Hall. 

Edgar  George  Sweet Avon 15  Forest  st. 

James  Alpheus  Thomas Oberlin 7  North  Waterst. 

Benjamin  Thompson TJrbana 47  West  College  st. 

DwiGHT  Baldwin  Ward Mattawan,  Mich Chapel. 

Newton  Wyeth New  Way 6  North  Water  st. 

Sarah  Jane  Bebout Savannah 27  East  College  st 

Mary  Emily  Case ..Milan 8  Forest  st. 

ExanaEudora  Cochran... Beaver  Crossing,  Neb.. 11  South  Professor  st. 

Ellen  Amanda  Hayes Oberlin 26  South  Professor  st. 

Essie  Eliza  Johnson Fitchville Ladies'  Hall. 

Alice  Edwards  Mead Oberlin 9  Elm  st. 

Mary  Braman  Rockwood Oberlin 18  North  Main  st. 

Emma  Julia  Saeford Madison 2Elmst. 

Freshmen - ^3 


14  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


LITERARY  COURSE, 


FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 

JAMES  DASCOMB.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS. 

CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL.  JUDSON  SMITH.  ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT. 

JAMES  K.  NEWTON.  MRS.  A.  A.  F.  JOHNSTON. 


JAMES  R.  SEVERANCE.     AUGUSTUS  G.  UPTON.     MISS  CALISTA  ANDREWS. 


STUDENTS. 


FOURTH   YEAR. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Sarah  Ruth  ALiiEN Z.jS. Brecksville 

Frances  Amelia  Bassett..'..! Dundee,  N.  Y. 

Helen  Bell ...I-. Orangeville,  Mich. 

Henrietta  Maria  Clapp.. .'..". Huntsburg. 

LotnsA  Hannah  Clark.. ..X-n Huntington. 

Mary  Alta  Clemans ^.... North  Dover. 

Emily  Ewing ' Randolph,  N.  Y. 

Aekie  Manchester  Field... Los  Angelos,  CaL 

Mary  Adeline  Frayer ...l .Carson. 

Mary  Minerva  Hunt Otto,  N.  Y. 

Martha  Rebecca  Jackson i. Oberlin. 

Marie  Eliza  Lane :..'.. Wellington, 

Mary  Elton  McClelland.^ Des  Moines,  Iowa. 

Ella  Artha  McConoughey.-...( Oberlin. 

Mart  Amelia  Pool '...\ Sandusky. 

Virginia  Carrie  Scott ...h Oberlin. 

Mary  Helen  Smith Elyria. 

Alice  Amanda  Stone : Oberlin. 

Sarah  Caroline  Thompson.:..-. Kensington,  Mich. 

Etta  May  Webster :..-. Red  Wing,  Minn. 

Helen  Cowles  Wheeler Butler,  Mo. 

Sarah  Jane  Zurmehley Yellow  Bud. 

Fourth  Year 22 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  15 


THIRD   YEAR. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

/  Addie  Eliza  Adair Osawattomie,  Kan. 

Metta  Victoria  aldrich Oberlin. 

Esther  Amelia  Barnes Tallmadge. 

/  Josephine  Boyd  Bateham Painesville. 

MiTTiB  Artemicia  Bebout Savannah. 

Alice  Cornelia  Bisbee Asbton,  R.  I. 

'  Charlotte  Ann  Burr Morlson,  111. 

Mary  Elizabeth  Bushnell Oberlin. 

ANABELLE  CAMPBELL Oberlin. 

Lucy  Ella  Chambers Bucyrus. 

Clara  Lydia  Clisbee Oberlin. 

Mary  Lavinia  Colvin Clyde. 

Lydia  Virginia  Cone Painesville. 

Harriet  Lee  Cooper Fredericktown. 

Emma  Rebecca  Coughy North  Kingsville. 

Amanda  Jane  Frow Winchester. 

Mary  Ellen  Gaston Sterling. 

Loretta  Elvira  Kennedy Brunswick. 

/  Caroline  Louisa  Leonard Scotland,  Mass. 

Minerva  Hudson  Letcher Fayette. 

Lena  Lyon Elyria. 

^Elizabeth  Laird  McClelland Des  Moines,  lovea. 

Anna  Janes  Mead West  Cornwall,  Vt. 

Lizzie  Ann  Meadows Elyria. 

(Hannah  Hattie  Meeker Huron. 

Harriet  Allen  Munger Galva,  IlL 

Justitia  Azalia  Parsons Oberlin. 

/  Helen  Abbie  Pepoon Painesville. 

Mary  Alice  Reed —  Bellevue. 

Sarah  Alice  Shutt Middleport. 

/Eleanor  Hattie  Spencely Galena,  111. 

Effleda  Veronica  Thompson Medina. 

Fannie  Julia  Webster Oberlin. 

/Ella  LORISSA  Welch - Thornton,  Ind. 

.'■  Sarah  Jane  Woodson Berlin. 

Third  Year 35 


16  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


SECOND   YEAK. 

NAMES.  RKSIDE^fCES. 

JULIA  Mat  Adams Perrysburg. 

Annette  ISADORE  Burr Oberlin. 

Celia  Emmarilla  Christie Penfleld. 

Julia  Marana  Coates - Brecksville. 

Mary  Elmina  Dickinson - Randolph. 

■  Clara  May  Eaton Oberlin. 

Grace  Augusta  Fairchild Oberlin. 

Carrie  Frisbie Berlin  Heights. 

Ella  Eliza  Gates - New  London. 

Anna  Elizabeth  Harter Crawfordsville,  Ind. 

Flora  Parnell  Higgins Waverly. 

Mary  Pamela  Hill Flemington,  N.J. 

Frances  J.  Holliday North  Springfield,  Pa. 

Lizzie  A.  HOLLIDAY North  Springfield,  Pa. 

Frances  Maria  Keep Oberlin. 

Susan  Kendall.... Cavendish,  Vt. 

Mary  Tryphena  Leonard ^ Oberlin. 

Mary  Jane  Mawhir Westfield,  N.  Y. 

Mabel  Maxwell Boulder,  Col. 

Jennie  Arabella  Mead Buchanan. 

Ella  Arnettia  Metcalf Warren. 

Helen  Josephine  Millspauqh Clinton,  Mich. 

Charlotte  Jane  Moore Galesburg,  111. 

Emma  Hannah  Moore Galesburg,  111. 

Ella  Amelia  Pierce Warren. 

Elsie  Jane  Reynolds Painesville. 

Anna  Rowley Fredericktown. 

Sarah  Belle  Sayre West  Liberty. 

Lydia  Roana  Sheldon Whittlesey. 

Frances  Josephine  Spitzer Medina. 

Marcia  Stewart Colorado  Springs,  Col. 

Alice  Minerva  Udell Indianapolis,  Ind. 

Eva  Elmina  Wallace Lorain. 

Mary  Whedon Oberlin. 

Lydia  Charlotte  Wilbur Oberlin. 

Laura  Williams Oberlin. 

Effie  May  Wood Elyria. 

Second  Year 37 


O BERLIN  COLLEGE.  17 


FIRST    YEAR. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Margaret  Elizabeth  Anderton Bedford. 

Sarah  Ann  Anderton Bedford. 

Mary  Eva  Andrus Oberliu. 

Amanda  Salome  Austin.. NoUh  Eaton. 

WiLLiANNA  Benchley Houston,  Tex. 

Kate  Loretta  Brown Cleveland. 

Alice  Estelle  Burt Jamestown,  N.  Y. 

Alice  Carey Salem. 

Eva  Edwards Oberlin. 

Elsie  H.  Ellis Blissfleld,  Mich. 

Harriet  Newell  Ellsworth. Hudson 

Myria  Celia  Fellows Chagrin  Falls. 

Mary  Pamelia  Giddings West  Brookfleld,  Mass. 

Mary  Ellen  Guy Harmer. 

Martha  Maria  Haskell Nortli  Bloomfield. 

Katie  Hayden  Hathaway Chardon. 

Anna  Elizabeth  Hatch Springfield,  Mass. 

Nellie  Elmina  Hawley Mankato,  Minn. 

Maraquita  Hayes Oburlin. 

Louisa  Faucett  Hoge Oberlin. 

Carry  Maude  Hubbard Cincinnati. 

Ida  May  Hull Sandusky. 

Alice  Viola  Hyde ^ Hall's  Corners,  Ind. 

Esther  A.  Kendeigh South  Amherst. 

Lois  Emma  Leach Traverse  City,  Mich. 

Ulala  Geraldine  Long Marion. 

Mary  Corrinna  Loomis Lodi. 

Helen  Henrietta  Lord Ravenna. 

Gertrude  Newcomer Shannon,  111. 

Sarah  Newton Oberlin. 

Mary  Gakfield  Parks Oberlin. 

Ida  Melissa  Parmenter.- Vermontville,  Mich. 

Emily  Anne  Parry - Lucas. 

Frances  Morgan  Parsons Chenango  Bridge,  N.  Y. 

Helen  Eliza  Rood.  Oberlin. 

Mattie  Lela  Rood Oberlin. 

2 


18  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Maria  Louise  Singer Waterville. 

Henrietta  Graves  Smith Wortliington,  Minn. 

Laura  Charlotte  Smith Adams  Mills. 

Harriet  Jerome  Stark Worcester,  Mass. 

Frances  Ella  Still Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Hattie  \^.  Stiiddaut Oberlin. 

Augusta  Strawn Odell,  111. 

Florence  Tyler Warren. 

Lottie  Belle  Walker Elyria. 

Bella  Josephine  Waite Eddytown,  N.  Y. 

Florence  Nightingale  Wallace Northfleld. 

Mat'jie  Winifred  Wheeler Shelby. 

Ella  May  Willard Baraboo,  Wis. 

Lydia  Arabella  Williams - Oberlin. 

Mattie  Minerva  Winslow Aurora,  111. 

First  Year - 51 


IN    SELECT    STUDIES. 

Beriah  Finney  Cochrane Beaver  Crossing,  Neb. 

Edwin  W.  Coit.. Steuben. 

Clarence  Wamer  Cooke Honolulu,  S.  T. 

Charles  F.  Cooper Mt.  Vernon. 

James  H.  Crossman Falls  Church. 

Lucien  Edmund  Banks Oberlin. 

Trowbridge  C.  Eggleston Gaines,  N.  Y. 

MON.  Greenwood Grandview. 

James  Edward  Henderson Nashville,  Tenn. 

Frank  W.  Hullinoer Granville,  111. 

John  Francis  Humphreys ITtica,  N.  Y. 

Loren  Winsou  Jordan Bucyrus. 

Millard  J.  King Chardon. 

Edwin  Henry  Merrill Cleveland. 

Washington  Irving  Metcalf Elyria. 

Almon  L.  Miner Cornwall,  Ct. 

Henry  Mucklky _ Pierce. 

Sidney  James  Parsons Fairport,  N.  Y. 

Milton  Gushing  Phillips K.yalton,  Wis. 


O BERLIN  COLLEGE.  10 


NAME^.  RESIDENCES. 

Harlan  Pomekoy Stron^'sville. 

George  B.  Reid Monhan,  Ireland. 

FlNLEY  BOWEKS  RICHARDS Biiiiifleld. 

Henry  A.  Robertson Raskins. 

Charles  Byko.v  Robinson Russell. 

William  Nokris  Rogers Berea.  Ky. 

Willis  A.  Rudd Windham. 

Wn.LiAM  H   Simpson _ .Oswego,  N.  Y. 

Henry  D  Smith.. Greensbiirff. 

Marius  George  Stearns _ I'ittsfleld,  Mass. 

James  Br.\inerd  Stocking - Elyria. 

Hoxie  Vincent  Stone Sterlin}:,  N.  Y. 

Arthur  Vaughn  Sunderlin Oberlin. 

George  B.  Walker Richville. 

Fred  Webster Rawson villa. 

John  Williams  Welsh Elyria. 

Mills  Whittlesey - New  Preston,  Ct. 

Louis  Barney  Wonsor - - Hillsdale,  Mich. 

Mary  Lavina  Alter. - - - Camp  Point,  111. 

Rose  McDonald  Blount.. Evansville,  Ind. 

Hattie  Lord  Bryant Vermillion. 

Florence  Millie  Buck .-andusky. 

Phebe  Caroline  Cornell. Sharon  villa. 

Florence  Abbie  Gilchrist Oberlin. 

Eugenia  Makia  Gridlky. - Willoushby. 

Ellen  Julia  Hall. - Oberlin. 

Fannie  Town  Hammond Andover,  Mass. 

Margaret  Adella  Hine Berlin  Heights. 

Ella  Augusta  Jewitt Oberlin. 

Alta  Matilda  Lafferty. Oberlin. 

Edith  Ely  Metcalf - Elyria. 

Lucy  Heywood  Metcalf - Elyria. 

Caroline  Marina  Parmely - Dayton. 

Grace  Sisson  Pomroy Klyria. 

Caspie  Alda  Reamer Leavenworth,  Kan. 

Sarah  Huldah  Roe Madison. 

Victoria  Louise  Sawyer - Sandusky. 

Emma  Jane  Smith - Oboilin. 

Henrietta  Graves  Smith Worthington,  Minn. 

Frances  Amelia  Stewaht River  Falls,  Wis. 


20  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCBS. 

Abbie  AnniLi^E  Stone Oberlin. 

Nellie  C.  Stonk  Sandusky. 

Lou  Massa  Thacy Mansfield. 

Stella  Mauia  Tuttle West  Andover. 

Ella  Fhances  Webster Red  Wing.  Minn. 

Mary  Elizabeth  Wheaton Bane,  Vt. 

I'HEBE  Eliza  Williams Wauseon. 

In  Select  Studies 66 


^repan 


MHtriididti. 


CLASSICAL  SCHOOL. 


INSTRUCTORS. 


HENRY  P.  CLARK,  Principal, 
AUGUSTUS  G.  UPTON.  CHARLES  J.  RYDER.  LANMAN  J.  NETTLETON. 

Uus  CALISTA  ANDREWS. 


STUDENTS. 


SENIOR    CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Leander  Jefferson  Aldrich ConkliDgville,  N.  Y. 

Benjamin  Franklin  Aldridge Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

David  Edmund  Barney Laporte,  Ind. 

EaviN  Robert  Barney May  wood,  111. 

Oscar  Bass Maiden,  111. 

John  Henry  Beacom Mechanicstown. 

Lee  Benton  Bevington Mansfield. 

Charles  William  Black - Columbus. 

Watson  Eliot  Boise Bellevue. 

George  Lyman  Brown Mansfield. 

Harry  Cake We.st  Independence. 

Daniel  Duncan  Cameron. .West  Bend,  Wis. 

Oliver  Hobart  Chapin Spartansburg,  Pa. 

Allan  Monroe  Clark Cleveland. 

Sereno  Jay  Clark Freedom. 

HuRLBURT  ErastusCole Strongsville. 

Edward  Wilbur  Doane Oberlin. 

John  Sumner  Edmonds Avon. 

Darius  Lyman  Edwards - Oberlin. 


22  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Will  Cauy  E.nijley Mansfield. 

William  McLkan  Gkaiiam Oshkosli,  Wis. 

IlKUIIEIlT  TlIOIiNTON  Grangeu Siindwicli,  111. 

WiM.iAM  Washington  Hannan Downyia^-  Mich. 

Fhank  Haiihington Warren. 

Byuon  Hemen  Haukison L;i  Grange. 

David  Alexander  Haylor Oberlin. 

Horace  Apollos  Holcomb Romeo,  Mich. 

Clifton  Durham  Hdbbell - Bedford. 

John  Henry  Hull - Oberlin. 

Lynn  Walter  Hull Sandusky. 

William  Kaiser Gnadenhutten. 

John  Milton  Killits Bryan. 

Charles  Sumner  Leeper - - Oberlin. 

FiiANK  Maurice  Lillie - Willoughby, 

Charles  Loomis Charlestown. 

Edwin  Bknedict  Loveland - Oberlin. 

Arthur  Wiij.iam  I,Yf)N Wau-^eou. 

Oscar  Homer  McConougiiey Oberlin. 

Charles  William  McTntyre Royaltoii,  Wis. 

William  Maxwell  Monroe Oberlin. 

Julian  Coats  Mooue South  Toledo. 

John  Hichard  Nichols Eeading,  N.  Y. 

Andrew  II.\le  Noah Peninsula. 

Fred  J.  Owen New  York  City. 

Willis  John  Paddock B  raboo,  Wis. 

William  Clahi:  Pardee Windham. 

James  Edward  Pearson York. 

Caius  F.  Pugsley Chester  X  Roads. 

William  Henry  Pugsley Russell. 

George  Andrews  Ramsay New  Lisbon. 

Allington  George  Reynolds Oberlin. 

J.  Lek  Richmond Berlin  Heights. 

William  Ckbrain  Kigdon Rigdon.  Ind. 

George  Ciieever  Roberts Oberlin. 

Dewitt  Nathan  Uosecrans ...Oberlin. 

Jacob  Albiiioht  It^hawan 1 Urbana. 

George  Brown  Van  Wati  its Rensselaer  Falls,  N.  Y. 

Ella  Maiiia  Bailey Russia. 

Agnes  Caluwixl Eiic,  Pa. 

Eva  JuskpiiineCeas  Ol)erlin. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  23 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Ida  Eleanora  Ceas Oberlin. 

Evangeline  Lamb Oberlin 

Maria  Sarah  Lamb Ober;in. 

Mauy  Ela'ira  Temple Birmingham. 

Abbie  Krum  Tlttle : - West  Andover. 

Seniors - 65 


MIDDLE  CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Joseph  Bacon - Oberlin. 

VissCHER  Vere  Bar.ves.. Kenosha,  Wis. 

R.  Evans  Barrett Spring  Valley. 

David  Julian  Bates Avon. 

JosiAH  Harlow  Bellows Weeping  Water,  Neb. 

Samuel  Ashley  Blake Euclid. 

Julius  Jacob  Bliss Bissell's  P.  O. 

Elmer  Delazon  Bostwick Edinburgh. 

Charles  Henry  Brett Geneva. 

Harry  Wilson  Compton Coshocton. 

James  Henry  Condit - Tontogany. 

Charles  Norton  Cox .Toledo. 

JosiAH  W.  Craig Leavittsburg. 

Walter  French  Cranston Broadway. 

George  M.  Derr Sharon. 

William  W.  Epps Tampico,  111. 

Thomas  W.  Fitzgerald Chicopee,  Mass 

Noel  Gale .....Madison. 

George  Fenn  Greeley -. - Nashua,  Iowa. 

Ferry  Henry  Griffing - Oberlin. 

William  Henry  Hanchett ...Mulberry  Corners. 

Charles  R.  Hannan - Dowagiac,  Mich. 

John  Earl  Harris Oberlin. 

Ch.\rles  De  Ar-MOnd  H.VRRISON - Granville,  111. 

William  Edw.\rd  Harrison Van  Coiiver's  Island,  Brit.  Col. 

CH.A.RLES  Willard  Hayes - Oberlin. 

Arthur  Ernest  Hershizer - Shelby. 

Howard  Thomas  Hicks - Oberlin. 

Thomas  Hill Mayfleld. 

Martin  French  Holbrook - Otto,  N.  Y. 


24  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDEN'CES. 

Thomas  R.  Jones Richville,  N.  Y. 

John  William  Kihk - Canal  Fulton. 

Francis  Mills  Koons Sulphur  Springs. 

ViiioiL  Lamb Uberlin. 

John  Millard  Lanehart Belleville. 

Daniel  Magnus Oberlin. 

George  A.  Maston White  Sulphur  Springs,  W.  Va. 

Samuel  Hottlieb  Messer Parnassus,  Pa. 

James  A.  Moors West  Winfleld,  N.  Y. 

George  Washington  Moore Cleveland. 

JuDSON  Conrad  Paddock '. Oberlin. 

Fdwin  Blanchard  Patterson Laporte. 

Howard  Everett  Perry Cleveland. 

Horace  Greeley  Redington Oberlin. 

James  W.  Richards Rutland. 

James  Henry  Sanders Madison,  Ind. 

Charles  Howard  Sawyer Kent. 

John  Joseph  Schmidt Euclid. 

Washington  Simms.. Greenville,  Mich. 

George  Wahren  Spencer Shalersville. 

James  Wellington  Starr Bryan. 

Alfred  Li;e  Stewart Olivet,  Kan. 

\Vaue{en  Stone Danville,  111. 

Sidney  Dix  Strong Seville. 

Ebkn  Buckingham  Sturges Mansfield. 

Archibald  Eugene  Thompson Medina. 

Daniel  Lathrop  Tracy Mansfield. 

Hervey  Davis  Travis West  Point. 

Andrew  Rollin  Tressler Bryan. 

Lewis  Henry  Turner Faribault,  Minn. 

Owen  J.  Turner Putnam. 

Mauhice  Melville  Warner Plainfleld,  111. 

Charles  Myron  Webster Red  Wing,  Minn. 

Thaddeus  Loren  Wilson DePuyster,  N.  Y 

Ida  Beagle Blissfleld,  Mich. 

COROLYN  Elizabeth  Eldred Olmstead. 

Eva  Lucinda  Emory Prophetstown,  III. 

Nettie  Luanna  Munson Oberlin. 

Clorinda  Margaret  Spear Aurrra,  111. 

Middles - _.69 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  25 


JUNIOR   CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Burton  Ashley Marengo. 

James  Baglet Oxford. 

Gaylord  Case  Bailey Cleveland. 

Harry  Wales  Bascom Greensburg. 

Horace  Edwin  Bell Hardin. 

Eugene  Bodel ..Fayette. 

William  Tell  Booth Pueblo,  Cal. 

Alfred  David  Bray Mandon,  111. 

George  Henry  Bredbeck Germanville. 

Edward  Brooks Quaker  Bottom. 

James  Butler North  Ridgeville. 

Howard  Carter Tallmadge. 

Alpha  Wright  Carter, Tallmadge. 

Plipton  Chase Sparta. 

Clarence  Oscar  Clark Springville,  N.  Y. 

Robert  CoLLiSTER St.  Johns,  Isle  of  Man. 

Philip  Martin  Condit Tontogany. 

Alonzo  Cooper Sheffield. 

William  Melzar  Coulter Atwood,  Mich. 

Isaac  Cypher Saxton,  Pa. 

Irving  Edward  Dale Oberlin. 

William  Pratt  Dana Oberlin. 

John  Ferguson  Day Oberlin. 

Ralph  Blymer  Day Oberlin. 

Willis  Franklin  Day Oberlin. 

Andrew  Strong  Deacon Harrlsonville,  Mo. 

Charles  Henry  Durand Cleveland. 

George  Charles  Ehrhard North  Amherst. 

Jacob  Budman  Fleming Cooperstown,  Pa. 

Edward  Luther  Freeman Otisville,  Mich. 

David  Edgar  French Granville,  111. 

Fred  E.  Fuller Oneida,  lil. 

Leroy  J.  GiLSON Middlefleld. 

Edwin  Warner  Gordon Lordstown. 

Charles  Graefe Sandusky. 

Daniel  Merritt  Guy Zanesville. 

Ensign  Hammond Lighthouse,  111. 

S.  C.  Hamon Bucyrus. 

Frank  Sutherland  Harder Castleton,  N.  Y. 


2G  O BERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMKS.  RESIDENXES. 

Charlks  D.  Hahrison Granville,  111. 

James  Monroe  Hendkhson Evansville,  Iiid. 

Webster  Lynde  Hendrick - Richville. 

Willis  Phelps  Hendrick Richville. 

Charles  Hershiser New  Washington. 

Frank  P.  Hill Holly  Springs,  Miss. 

Charles  S   Holyoke - - Chicago,  111. 

Ira  C.  Hoors Rolling  Prairie,  Ind. 

Charles  Joel  Hubbard Bedford. 

Thomas  Anthony  Humphreys Delphos. 

Asa  Jaques Dberlin. 

James  William  Johnson Washington 

John  David  Jones Richville,  N.  Y. 

Sidney  Franklin  Jones - Frankfort. 

William  Owen  Jones Richville,  N.  Y. 

Herbert  Douglas  Kellogg Laurel,  Md. 

David  Labanna  Leslie Burrell,  Pa. 

Samuel  Morris  Lewis Ottawa. 

Robert  Liles - Blonniingville. 

Frank  Henry  Lowe Albion.  111.. 

Joseph  McD.  Matthews Hillsboro. 

Alfred  McCaskey Sulphur  Springs. 

James  Stewart  McClelland Oberlin. 

William  Nelson  McClennan Salineville. 

John  C.  McLaughlin Bolton,  P.  Q 

George  Herbert  Mead Oberlin. 

Luther  Herbert  Mead Greenwich. 

Charles  Nelson  Meech North  RldgeviHe. 

William  Mif.ler Port  Clinton 

Allen  F.  Moore Warren. 

Joseph  Henry  Mull Oberlin. 

Horace  Greely  Murdock Renssellaer  Falls,  N.  Y. 

Edward  Myers Warren. 

George  Washington  Orwig Bellevue. 

JiSSE  K.  Pearson Goodrich,  Mich. 

Howard  Penfield Penfleld. 

James  Freeland  Powers Perrysville. 

Charles  Baker  Reid Van  AVert. 

Frank  Gordon  Robb fberlin. 

George  E.  Rose Elyria. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  27 


NAMES.  RESIDENXES. 

Arthur  E.  Sexton Oberlin. 

Edward  Adelbeht  Shannepelt Cassopolis,  Mich. 

Leonard  Shaw  - AVaterfoid,  Pa. 

Charles  W.  Sheldon.. Euclid. 

Arthur  Leon  Shumw.ay Madison. 

Charles  J.  Siddall Oberlin 

Abraham  Franklin  Smith Jerry  City. 

Charles  Leverett  Smith Millford,  Mich. 

Edwin  Burritt  Smith Cerro  Gordo,  111. 

Frank  Emmerson  Smith Richville,  N.  Y. 

George  Smith New  London. 

John  Jacob  Smith Prophetstown,  111. 

Thomas  Smith.. Cairo,  111. 

George  Henry  Sonder Shelby. 

James  Frank  Spence New  Lisbon. 

Willis  Peck  Sperry Tallmadge. 

George  Henry  Starring ..Clarkston,  Mich. 

Samuel  Stevens Windham. 

John  Wilmot  Taylor Austin,  Texas. 

William  L.  Thomas Little  Prairie  Konde,  Mich. 

John  G.  Thomas Brewster,  N.  Y. 

Walter  Scott  Thomas Delaware. 

John  Caldwell  Thompson _ Urbana. 

Merton  Edward  Thompson New  Oberlin. 

Robert  Thompson Springfield,  Ont. 

William  Avemon  Thompson Chicago. 

Daa'id  Lathrop  Tracy Mansfield. 

Isaac  Newton  Van  Tassel Milton  Centei. 

George  Clarence  Westervelt Oberlin. 

William  Joseph  Wheeler - Shelby. 

Ralph  Wheelock Oberlin. 

Avery  J.  Wightman Cleveland. 

Seneca  Beach  Williams. Gustavus. 

William  More  Wilson Mohawk  Valley. 

Charles  Edward  Winslow Aurora,  Ills. 

James  Martin  Wisman Bryan. 

Abner  Mack  Wooster Paw  Paw,  Mich. 

Juniors "6 


28  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


ENGLISH  SCHOOL. 


INSTRUCTORS. 


JAMES  H.  LAIRD,  Principal. 
HOBART  K.  PAINTER.  MISS  CALISTA  ANDREWS. 


STUDENTS. 


GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Alered  Allen  Aldrich Chrystel,  Iowa. 

John  Lawrence  Anderson Rossville,  111. 

Burton  Wilbur  Allis Forest. 

Alfred  Forest  Army Chicago,  III. 

HEM.4.N  Otis  Averill New  Preston,  Ct. 

Charles  Dexter  Bacon Wakeman. 

Lorenzo  Thomas  Badies Gambler. 

John  Reed  Baker North  Fairfield. 

John  Hoyt  Barnes Four  Corners 

Seloy  Andrew  Bass... West  Randolph,  Vt. 

Walter  Lewis  Bates Topeka,  Kan. 

James  Albert  Bede Oberlin. 

Horace  Edwin  Bell Shelby. 

James  Elbert  Blair Cortland. 

Lafayette  Blair Cortland. 

CH.iRLES  Chester  Bonstel Oberlin. 

Walter  Arthur  Bonsor Oberlin. 

Cyrus  Boswell Hope,  Va. 

Herbert  Boughton Oberlin. 

Hezekiah  Fletcher  Boyd Jellonay. 

William  Henry  Bregenzer Warrensville. 

John  Edwin  Bryan Solsbury,  Ind. 

John  Charles  Bucklin Grand  Rapids. 

Charles  William  Bunce Oberlin. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  29 


NAMES.  RESIDEN'CES. 

Frank  Ellsworth  Burked Potterville,  Mich. 

Charles  Sumner  Cahoon Avon. 

Robert  H   Callaway Ironton. 

SiMEo:*  Pitt  Carpenter Vermillion. 

David  William  Carter Oberlin. 

Wallace  Eugene  Carter Weston. 

Edward  A.  Cary Elyria. 

Alonzo  W.  Chapman Sheffield. 

Caius  a.  Chapman Huntington, 

Loren  Prentiss  Chapman Sheffield. 

Charles  Chase Buel,  N.  Y. 

George  Emery  Church.. Dover,  Mich. 

John  Jones  Cleaver Reeseville,  Pa. 

Charles  Frederick  Cooper Mt.  Vernon. 

True  L   Cragin La  Grange. 

Sylvester  Dustin  Cushman Thompson,  111. 

Andrew  Stray  Deacon Harrisonville,  Mo. 

Milton  Henry  DeLong Copley. 

Charles  Wells  Denison _ Greensburg. 

Delloraine  Deforest  Denman Sandusky. 

William  F.  Denman _ Wakeman. 

William  Oswald  Dipman ..Fremont. 

Daniel  Dolsey Baton  Rouge,  La. 

Wallace  Clinton  Drake Sullivan. 

Arthur  Loomer  Dudley Oberlin. 

Louis  Dunham Collamer. 

William  Ezra  Dunning Cony,  Pa. 

Byron  George  Dutton Auburn. 

Josiah  a.  Bade Elizabeth,  111. 

Frederick  Sears  Eaton Oberlin. 

Jesse  Edward  Eddy Richville,  N.  Y. 

Harry  Gilbert  Edgerton Fremont. 

William  Allen  Eisenhour Fremont. 

William  J.  Elliott West  Unity. 

Arthur  Herbert  Ellis EUiston 

Andrew  J.  Farrar Oberlin. 

David  Crockett  Fisher Oberlin. 

Elbert  Fisher Four  Corners. 

Thomas  Frank  Flowers - Oberlin. 

William  Robert  Fort - Burlington,  N.  Y. 

James  Henry  Garnbtt Oberlin. 


30  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  •  RESIDEN-CES. 

DoNAi.D  Francis  Gibbs Oberlin. 

Gkohoe  La  VERNON  GiLii — Oberlin. 

Frank  Ricmiia' Graknis Oberlin. 

Arthur  Hill  Griffith Ricliville. 

Elbekt  Greely Oberlin 

Arthur  Hall - Selma,  Ala. 

Andrew  F.  Harris ..Bloomingrville. 

John  Haughey - Aledo,  111. 

William  H.  Highwarden Columbus. 

Harry  Alexander  Hill Middlebury,  N.J. 

Frank  Isaac  Hinman Berea. 

Charles  Hakpham  Hoffner Havanna,  Til. 

Truman  Tennant  Holcomb Oberlin. 

Edward  L.  Hotchkiss Oberlin. 

Bayard  Taylor  Houston Oberlin. 

Charles  Fremont  Hoyt Four  Corners. 

Hubbard  McKee  Hoyt Four  Corners. 

William  Henry  Ingersoll North  Evans,  N.  Y. 

Harrison  IsoN Massillon. 

Francis  Joseph  Jackson - Laporte. 

Frederick  Henry  Jackson Laporte. 

Lewis  Henry  Jansen Gal«ay,  N.  Y. 

William  Reuben  Johnson Avondale. 

Leonard  Bishop  Jones - Penfield. 

Amos  Marvell  Kent Genoa. 

Andrew  Jones  Kimbrough Indianapolis,  Ind. 

Stanley  B.  Lafferty Oberlin. 

William  Henry  L.a.ndon Richmond. 

Frederick  Lee Birmingham. 

Jero-me  Napoleon  Lee Florence. 

James  Oliveh  Lindsley Richmond. 

Ed.mund  Lorain  Loomis Scotch  Ridge. 

Willia.m  R.  Lord Oberlin. 

Frank  Wilbur  Lutz Elmore. 

Walter  Snow  Marble ...South  Cleveland. 

Arthur  Festus  Marsh Allegan,  Mich. 

Sa.muel  Allen  McAlwee Brownsville,  Tenn. 

Chaklks  McDonald East  Cleveland. 

Frank  Elwood  McKellogg North  Fairfield 

George  Washington  McKinney Grenada,  Miss. 

Dudley  Allen  Meacham Clay,  Iowa 


O BERLIN  COLLEGE.  31 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Benjamin  Woodbury  Minton Tontogany. 

Thomas  Chalmers  Morison Oberlin. 

Richard  Mount Alexander. 

Henry  Muckley Pierce. 

Fred  Hunger Wakeman. 

John  Henky  Nickel, Fremont. 

Seth  Courtley  Niman Spring  Mills. 

Henry  Monroe  Norton Elyria. 

James  Nuby Oberlin. 

Myhom  Dale  Osborn Sandusky. 

John  Conrad  Paddock Oberlin. 

Salmon  Pardee ■ Windham. 

Charles  E.  Park Oberlin. 

Cassius  Clay  Parker Ripley. 

John  Franklin  Parker 

Joseph  Bartil  Patrick North  Solon. 

Charles  Bennett  Penfield Oberlin. 

William  Henry  Penn -- Burlington. 

Milton  C.  Phillips Royal  ton,  Wis 

Robert  Alexander  Pinn ..Massillon. 

George  F   Piper - Warren. 

Frank  Howard  Plummer Highland  Park,  111. 

James  K.  Polk - Chicago,  III. 

John  F.  Raker Delta. 

George  Reber Sandusky. 

Alto  P    Reed ..North  Fairfield. 

Calvin  Reed Wakeman. 

George  Billson  Reeves Cleveland. 

Bert  W.  Richardson Cleveland. 

George  Allen  RowE Circleville. 

James  W.  Sanders Madison. 

William  F.  Sater Preston. 

Willis  John  Saxton Oberlin. 

Peter  William  Schaden Elyria. 

Lewis  Scheier Cleveland. 

Jeremiah  Schriver Leitersburg. 

Lewis  Rogers  Scott Wakeman. 

Perry  Sherman Canaan. 

James  Bedford  Suoll Burlington,  N.  J. 

Hezekiah  Shorter Lawrence,  Kan. 

Sherman  E.  Simmons Steuben. 


82  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RKSIDKNCES. 

James  Porter  Smead Madison. 

Joseph  Cyrus  Smith Fremont. 

Lauren  Smith Nora. 

Michael  Brooks  Smith - Elyrla. 

Caia'-in  Sot.ether - - Jerry  City. 

Wilson  Solkthek Jerry  City. 

George  Henry  Souder Shelby. 

Alfred  Lorenzo  Squires Oberlin. 

Milton  Gaylord  Starr Penfleld. 

John  Wallace  Stevens — Pensacola,  Fla. 

William  Harvey  Strong Oberlin. 

John  Wilbur  Swartz Beaver  Falls,  Pa. 

Eugene  Merrifield  Sweet Avon. 

Walter  li.  Talbot Westville. 

George  Washington  Taylor New  Alexander,  Pa. 

George  William  Tennant Kipton. 

Selden  David  Tennant Kipton. 

Irving  Terrell North  Eaton. 

Albekt  Wallace  Terry Wakeman. 

Albert  Joseph  Thrasher Burton. 

John  Htnman  Truesdale Pottsville,  N.  Y. 

John  Henry  Tuttle North  Amherst. 

George  William  Van  Blarcum Tontogany. 

John  Jay  Vaughan Litchfield. 

Lewis  Wendell  Vaughn Oberlin. 

James  Buchanan  Wack Oberlin. 

Richland  AVallace Copper  Falls,  Mich. 

Champion  James  Waring Post  Mills. 

David  Lucas  Watson Detroit,  Mich. 

Avernon  Lester  Wheeler Shelby. 

Frank  Everett  White Wickliffe. 

John  Oscar  White Oberlin. 

Charles  William  Whitmobe Tontogany. 

Edmund  Mould  Whitney Pittsfleld. 

Fred  Clark  Whitney Chicago 

Robert  Sanford  Whitney Oberlin. 

Frank  Nelson  Wilcox Brecksville. 

Frank  Williams Oberlin. 

William  A.  Williamson Lincoln,  111. 

Don  Bertrand  Wilmot st.  Paul,  Minn. 

RuFus  Nathaniel  Wilson Oberlin. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  33 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Fhank  Leslte  Wikchester Cambridge,  Ta. 

Louis  B.  Winsob Hillsdale,  Mich. 

Andrew  Witherup Richville,  N.  T. 

Fred  Wood Florence. 

David  T.  Wi'att Mount  Pleasant. 

Harlan  Page  Zimmerman Cherubusco,  Ind. 

Gentleivien 194 


LADIES. 

Jennie  Augusta  Adams Huron. 

Emma  Vincent  Alexander Grand  Haven,  Mich. 

Sarah  Emma  Atwater South  Cleveland. 

Alice  Racon Huron. 

Margaret  Bacon Obeilin. 

Julia  May  B.vknard Oberlin. 

Cora  Barney Wakeman. 

Katie  Baum New  Philadelphia. 

Louise  Uazcn Oberlin. 

Eva  .Vkabelle  Beebe Point  Maible  Head 

Ada  Sophia  Bill Worth,  Pa. 

Mary  Henrietta  Bohn Warrensville. 

LucixDA  Melvina  Boles Hrccksville. 

Julia  Catherine  Booth Corpus  Christ i.  Tex. 

Rachel  Lucinda  Bowman Massillon. 

Annie  M.  Bowser Kansas  City,  Mo. 

Jennie  Boyd Jelloway. 

Mary  A DELLA  Bradley Bangkok,  Siara. 

Eliza  Maria  Breck Brecksville. 

L.4URA  Curry  Brooks Knoxvi.le,  Tenn. 

EmmaGeorgetta  Brown Oberlin. 

Claris  Bryan Salsberry,  Tnd. 

Calista  Emily  Butler Spring  Valley. 

Sarah  Anna  Butson Oberlin 

AlidaDeet  Canfield Cleveland 

Carrie  Eliza  Carle Greenwich. 

Nettie  Amelia  Carpenter La  Porte. 

Hattie  Inez  Chadwick Falrport,  N.  Y. 

Belle  Esther  Chamberlain Chicago,  111. 

3 . 


34 


ODER  LIN  COLLEGE. 


NAME*.  RESIDENCES. 

Mauy  Adei.l  CniTBU Dover. 

Car II IE  Ann  Ci.app Huntsburg. 

Ei.LA  Elizv  Clakk rerca. 

EuMA  Amelia  Ci,emans North  Dover. 

Ella  Clixe Greenwich. 

ELiZADF.Tir  Axx  CociiiJAX Twinsbtifg. 

Helen  Louise  Colb Sparta,  Wis. 

Mary  .Alice  Collieu 0\va?so,  Mich. 

Faxxie  iAfAHiA  COMPTOX Collamer. 

IIaxxaii  Eliza  be  I  h  Coxdit DeerDeld,  Mich. 

Mautoa  Coxdit Tontogany. 

Maroarett  nuriTON  CowLES Jefferson. 

Ella  Platt  Coxhead Oakland,  Cal. 

MixxiE  Gray  Coxhead Oakland,  Cal. 

Laura  Fikield  Cozexs C  nneant. 

Mary  Caroline  Creegan  Lincoln,  Neb. 

Margaret  Anna  Crowley Romeo,  Mich. 

Mary  Edith  Davis Dublin 

Edith  May  Dayton Penfleld 

Neitie  IIelex  Dkake Suliiv  n 

AnELixE  .MixERVA  Dresser  Schuyler,  Neb. 

AxNA  Isabel  Dugot. Oberlin 

Deeta  Charlotte  Edwards Hornellsville,  N.  Y. 

Julia  A x.vA  Edwards Hornellsville,  N.  V. 

^''^"^'  ELf'^s C^^.,„^ 

E.M.MA  luEXE  Erxsberger Watervlite. 

Anna  Luella  Ferguson Oberlin 

Helen  Loretta  Ferguson Oberlin. 

IDA  LuRANiA  Field 0\.^^\\^. 

JKNN.E   FINNEY Peo,in,iII. 

Laura  Susan  Ford Dover. 

E.V.MA  Ormsby  Forman Braceville. 

Jenx.e  Edith  FREEMAN Qh^vWr.. 

FLORE.XCEEUGEXIAGAGE Olmstead. 

INEZ  ISORA  GATES Middlefleld. 

Martha  WASHINGTON  GiFFORD Wellington. 

Agnes  Clys.^ia  Goss ,,.     ,. 

Oberlin. 

Lizzie  Gurney  ^, 

Chester. 

Myka  Adell  Hale.  ^,      ,. 
Oberlin. 

Emma  Hand.. 

Albany,  N   Y. 

Emma  Fraxces  Hart...  r,  •  ,  . 

Brighton. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  35 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Ellen  Serexa  IIaskins Canaan. 

Julia  Emma  IIaycox East  Cleveland. 

Mary  Rose  Heller Marion. 

LiDA  Ann  Hilton Sandusky. 

Sarah  H.^ttie  Hine Berlin  Heights. 

Harriet  Louise  Hinman llavenna. 

Harhikt  Eldhada  Hoffner Vermillion. 

Erie  A.  Hogg Heno,  Pa. 

Lizzie  F.  Holland Cliicaso.  111. 

Emma  Adell  Holman Toledo. 

Florence  Arvillia  Holmes Kenton. 

Jennie  Hossler Greenwich. 

Cora  Lillian  Howard 

Eva  Kipp  Howe Hillsboro. 

Eliza  Julia  Hubbard Avon. 

Jennie  LiND  Hunter Charlestown. 

Sarah  Ann  Jackson Eaton. 

Ida  Belle  Johnson Bipley. 

Emma  Judd Oberlin. 

Ida  May  Kelley Crawfordsville,  Ind. 

Carrie  Earl  Kingsbury Oberlin. 

Minnie  Kinsinger Oberlin. 

Jennie  Koch Oberlin. 

Eveline  S.  Lampson Jasper,  N.  Y. 

Hattie  Leach.... Traverse  City.  Mich. 

Anna  Delight  Linton Nelson. 

Lizzie  Augusta  Loomis Syracuse,  N.  Y. 

Carrie  Amanda  Luc.a.s Marion. 

Stella  Luella  Lym.a.n Richfleld. 

Etta  Maxdeville - Camden. 

Agnes  Mary  McLain Chicago,  111. 

Mary  McClelland Russia. 

Charlotte  Alice  Mead Greenwicli. 

Nellie  Anna  Mead Fayettcville,  N.  Y. 

Ella  Irene  Merwi>j Oberlin. 

Ida  Louise  Miller , Grant  City,  Iowa. 

OLtVE  Phelps  Miller Grant  City.  Iowa. 

Laura  M.  Mixier Oberlin. 

Elizabeth  Celia  Moles Pittsburg,  Pa. 

Mary  Marcella  Moles Pittsburg,  Pa. 

Cora  Belle  Moon Avon. 


3G  O BERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMFS.  RESIDENXES. 

Frankie  Morse Oberlin. 

Laura  Elnoka  Mosheu Brighton. 

Frances  Frederica  Munson Reno,  Pa. 

Lacra  Ellen  Myers Elmore. 

Katie  Ann  Nichols Twinsburg. 

Eliza  Gertrude  NOTTiNcnAsi Eastville,  Va. 

Mary  Mina  Nowlen Braceville. 

Eva  May  Oakes BrccksvUle, 

Jennie  .Marie  O'Reillev Maiysville. 

Ella  Palmer FitcLville. 

Mary  IIelkn  Parker Marine  City,  Mich. 

Jexnie  Pato.v Almont,  Midi. 

Margaret  Paton Almont,  Mich. 

Edith  Uosabell  I  eabody Heniietta. 

Mary  (  owles  Pen  field Oberlin. 

Ida  Amelia  Pierce Walieman 

Alma  Lovina  Uadcmffe Brighton. 

Louis.v  Foults  Uaney Raymonc',  Wis 

Anna  M.  Reed Vermillion. 

Eliz  V  Lavinia  Reed Macedonia. 

IIarhiet  Elizabeth  Reed StrongsviJIe. 

Eloise  RoBBt.NS La  Grange. 

.\NNA  Roberts Waverly. 

Ella  Roe Madison. 

T'liKBE  JfARY  RoLLiNSON Oberlin. 

Jennie  KosEijOROUGn Burlington. 

Mary  Noistmy  Rowe Lacha. 

Nellie  Malvina  IIowley _ Lorain. 

Emma  L.  Schofield Waupelio,  Iowa. 

Harriet  Elizvbetu  Schriveb Merseilies. 

Eliza  Frances  Scott BloomfleW,  Mo. 

Emma  Scott Kussuth,  Iowa. 

Mary  Elizvbeth  Scott MansQeld. 

Florence  Searles Klpton  Station. 

Dotha  Clarissa  Seymour Rootstown. 

Dency  Diana  Sn.\w t^hawville. 

Alice  Sophronia  Sheldon Whittlesey. 

Della  Sarah  Sibley Napoli,  N.  Y. 

Ida  Elt.en  Sibley Napoli,  N.  Y. 

Maggie  Slagle Kenton. 

EllaMaySmith Garrettsvllle. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  37 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Ida  May  Sxow Brecksville. 

Anna  Henrietta  Sprixoborn CuUamer. 

Cora  Maria  Squire Oberlin. 

Ida  Harriet  Stowe Braceville. 

Minnie  Louisa  Strattox New  York  City. 

Charlotte  Taylor Pleasant villo. 

Chloe  Mary  Taylor Elyiia. 

MiNA  .Mary  Texnant Kipton. 

Ada  Estelle  Thomas Clarksfield. 

Mary  Ella  Thompson Shawville. 

Celia  Allur.v  Titus Volnoy,  Iowa. 

Laura  Em.ma  Truesd.vi.l Four  Corners. 

Louise  Eugenia  Truesdall Four  Corners. 

K.A.CHAEL  Vance L'uflalo,  N.  Y. 

Nellie  Louisa  Van  Tyne Cincinnati. 

II.vttie  Edn.\  Warneu Tontogany. 

SoPHi.v  COR.\.  Wehr.meister IJrownhelin. 

Margaret  Diantiia  Wells Claiidon 

Minnie  Welsh Elyria. 

Alice  Carey  West Oberlin. 

Flora  Elizabeth  Whedon Oberlin. 

Agnes  White Willousliby. 

Henrietta  Amelia  White Henrietta. 

Id.v  Jennie  White Wellington. 

LiLLtE  White Willoughby. 

Fr.xnkie  Adelia  Whitney Pittslleld. 

Sarah  Ann  Wilcox Oberlin. 

DL.i^NCHE  Dellzetta  WILLIAMS Corry,  Pa. 

Lizzie  Wood Brownhelm. 

Julia  Ann  Woodson Berlin. 

Stella  Susan  Wright Oberlin. 

Jennie  Matilda  Wyeth New  Way. 

Amanda  Jane  Young Independence,  Mo. 

Ladies 185 


FACULTY. 


JAMES  II.  KAIKCniLD,  President. 

FENELON  B.  EICE,  Dirkctor. 

CALVIN  B.  CADY.  WILLIAM  B.  CIIAMDERLAIX.  FRANK  M.  DAVIS. 

L.  CELE3TIA  WATTLES.  KOSA  D.  ALLEN. 


STUDENTS. 


GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

George  W.  Andrews Oberlin. 

NEwroN  E    I5ACON Colebrook, 

OviATT  P.  Baubour Traer,  Iowa 

ORtN  Baknett Leroy,  III. 

BoiavAR  K.  BEAcn Pittsfleld. 

Ernest  W.  Blake North  Amherst. 

Lyman  W.  Burr Oberlin. 

Orin  B.  Cady Oberlin. 

Edwahd  A.  Cary Elyria. 

Clarence  W  Cook Sandwich  Islands. 

Georgk  .M  Cook oberlin. 

Walter  F.  Cranston Broad wa}-. 

Charles  E.  Davis Dublin. 

S.  Lewis  Dunham Collamer. 

GkorqeDuhand Rochester,  Minn. 

LoniNQ  L.  Geer East  Springfield,  Pa. 

Ezra  Gesaman North  Lawrence. 

George  Gksaman Noith  Lawrence. 

Geohge  S.  Griffetii Castlfton,  N.  Y. 

Charles  M.  Hall Oberlin. 

Frank  S.  IIaijder Castleton.  N.  Y. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  39 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

EvEUTO.v  It.  Houston Olivesburg. 

Andrew  L.  Howard Kingsville. 

Owen  Jexkixs    Obcrlin. 

Herbert  D.  Laffertv Obcrlin. 

Stanley  B.  Laffeuty Oberlin. 

RuDOi.pn  Lettzingeu I'leasantville,  Towa. 

Charles  L  Lewis Ottawa,  111. 

Frank  C.  Lowing Centre  Roads,  Pa. 

Charles  B.  Martin Oberlin. 

Charles  L.  Massey Osborne. 

Frank  W.  Mattoon Shelby. 

WiLDtu  S.  Metcalf Elyria. 

Harry  P.  Meyers rhiladeli)hia,  Pa. 

Julian  C.  Moore Toledo, 

Charles  W.  Morrison Buena  Vista. 

George  Morse Haspoit,  N.  Y. 

Fred  J.  Owen New  York  Ci'y. 

Hobart  K    i'AiNTER Oberlin. 

John  F.  Peck.: Oberlin. 

Evan  J.  Phillips Paris. 

Milton  C.  Phillips Koyalton,  Wis. 

George  F.  Piper Warren. 

Andrew  J.  Raber.. AVoluottvilJp,  Tnd. 

Charles  B.  Reid -. Van  Wert. 

Charles  B.  Rice Greensburg. 

Willaud  a.  Sawyer Mentor, 

John  C.  Scheffler Wolcottville,  Ind. 

RU.5SELL  D.  SiLVERTHouNE  :. Fairview,  Pa. 

Ja.mes  W.  Small Aurora,  111. 

EfGENE  M.  Sweet .^von. 

Louis  it.  Swift Russia. 

Nathan  C.  Underhill New  London. 

Washinqton  C.  Whitsiull B.ookn>ild,  Pa. 

Charles  W.  Whitmore Tontogany. 

Mills  Whittlesey Roineford,  Ct. 

Ge.ntleme.n 56 


40  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


LADIES. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

A.Jennie  Adams Huron. 

riATTiE  I  Alexander Cleveland. 

Nettie  S.  Am.en Oberlin. 

n.  LiLi.iE  Anderson Obeilin. 

MiTTiE  W.  Andrews Hudson,  N.  Y. 

Mary  E.  Ames Clyde. 

Florence  E.  B.acon Oberlin. 

Jessie  L.  Bacon Oberlin. 

Maggie  J.  Bacon Oberlin. 

Nina  II.  Bacon Obeilin. 

Or  A  O.  Baker Mansfleld. 

Emma  E.  Buiber Chaarin  Falls. 

Jui.iA   y[.  Bahnard Oberlin. 

Eva  K.  Bauxey Clyde. 

Sakah  M.  Barrows Oberlin. 

India  E.  15 ell Oberlin. 

Willi  vNNA  Bench  ley Houston,  Tex. 

Florence  M.  Bensciioten Florence. 

Alice  Bentley Geneva. 

Mary  E.  Bigelow Beea. 

Maud  M.  Boise Leroy. 

Nellie  L.  Branch Grand  Ledge.  Mich. 

Hattie  a.  Buigham Wauseon. 

Sarah  E    Brooks... Dunkirk,  N.  Y. 

Carrie  Brown Oberlin. 

Claris  Bryan Solsberry,  Ind. 

Hattie  L.  Beiy'ant Vermillion. 

Mary  E.  Bushnell Oberlin. 

Mary  E.  Buss Creston,  111. 

Calista  E.  Butler Oberlin. 

Mary  E.  Campbell Kipton. 

Nerva  E.  Carlin Findlay. 

Mary  B.  Carter Columbus. 

Carrie  L   Case Klngsville. 

Laura  E.  Case Plymouth. 

Eva  J.  Ceas Oberlin. 

IlATriE  I.  Cfiadwick Fairport,  N.  Y. 

Janettb  Chaffee Tippecanoe. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Belle  E.  Chambehlain Chicago,  111. 

Eva  Chase Oberlin. 

Ella  Cbatfield Oberlin. 

Nora  T.  Church Elyria. 

Ella  D.  Churchill Oberlin. 

Anxa  M.  Clark Berea,  Ky. 

Mary  D.  Clark Kavenna. 

Mattie  L.  Clark Oberlin. 

Mary  E.  Cochrane Ripley,  N.  Y. 

Zella  Colemax West  Williiimsfleld. 

Mary  A.  Collier Owasso,  Mich. 

MixxiE  B.  CoLLixs Shannon,  111. 

Cora  B.  Cottox Sheffield. 

Maiiy  E.  Cox Oberlin. 

Ella  P.  Coxhead Oakland,  C<il. 

Faxxie  M.  Chough Gahvay,  N.  Y. 

MixxiE  E.  Crouch Galway,  N.  Y. 

Mary  E.  Crozieii Wellington. 

DOLLIE  L.  Culp Oberlin. 

Martha  J.  Cutter Hennepin,  111. 

Mary  E.  Curtis - Ashland. 

AxxA  Dascomb Oberlin. 

Mame  E,  Davis Dublin. 

Belle  S.  De  Yo Oberlin. 

Rosa  B.  Dicksox Independence,  Iowa 

Adalixe  M.  Dresser Schuyler,  Neb. 

Mame  C.  Eatox Norwalk. 

Nellie  A.  Eddy North  Canton. 

Martha  F.  Edwards East  Rockport. 

COROLYN  E.  Eldred Olmstcd. 

IlATTiE  Elliott Le  Grange. 

LiLLiE  M.  Ellis Oberlin. 

Kittie  EwiNO Randolph,  N.  Y. 

HORTEXSE  J.  Farrar London. 

Jessie  E.  Fay New  London. 

Abbie  M.  Field Oberlin. 

Sarah  C.  Fisher St.  Clair,  Mich. 

Jexnie  M.  Frixk Sullivan. 

Ida  a.  Gibbs Oberlin. 

Ella  J.  Gilchrist Oberlin. 

Edith  A.  Gipsox Plymouth. 


42  O BERLIN  COLLEGE. 


K'AMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Jennie  L.  Green North  RIoonilleld. 

KiTTiE  I.  Guile Owasso,  Mich. 

Ida  M.  Hauden Cleveland. 

Emma  D.  Hall .Oberlin. 

Julia  D.  Hall Ubeiliii. 

May  C.  Hall rreedom  Station. 

Fannie  S.  Hammond Andover,  Mass. 

Delia  E.  HAiiitis Evansville,  Wis. 

Annie  E.  FIakteh Crawfordsville,  Ind. 

Geougie  Hauvey Meroni,  Ind. 

Kate  II.  Hathaway Chardnn. 

Nellie  E.  Hawley Mankato,  Minn. 

Julia  E.  IIaycdx East  Cleveland. 

Mauy  It   IlELLEit Marion. 

Jennie  Henry Oberlin. 

Ella  Hershey Doylestown. 

Idella  V.  IIiGQiNS Oberlin. 

Eva  Hill Windsor. 

LuEi.LA  Hill Silver  Creek,  N.  Y. 

Sarah  II.  Hine Berlin  Heights. 

Mary  E.  Holman St.  Louis,  Mo. 

Mary  H.  Holmden Cleveland. 

Anna  M.  Hopper Grand  nianc,  .Mich. 

Alice  M    Hoppin South  Haven,  Mich. 

Agnes  Howard Wauseon. 

Cora  L.  Howard Faribault,  Minn. 

Emma  Howard Newton  FalU. 

Ida  U.  Howe Elyria. 

Ida  M.  Hull Sandusky. 

Laura  C.  Humphrey Braceville. 

Ella  A.  Jewett Oberlin. 

Belle  I.  Johnson Ripley. 

Mary  C.  Johnson Oberlin. 

Ulie  \\   Johnson Elyria. 

Genevra  E.  Johnston Marion. 

Ida  j.  Jones...., La  Grange. 

IVAH  L.  Jones Orangeville. 

Ida  M.  Kelley Crawfordsvilh",  Ind. 

Emma  J.  Kellogg Ashland. 

Lepra  A.  Kelsey Oberlin. 

LiNA  Ki.Nsi.vGER Oberlin. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  43 


NAMES.  RESIDEN'CES. 

Minnie  Kinsinqer Oberlin. 

Joanna  B.  Kmng Plymouth. 

Jennie  L.  Koch Oberlin. 

Emma  E.  Laycox Chestervllle. 

Ai.TA  M.  Lafferty Oberlin. 

Sadie  Laubie Salem. 

IIattie  Leach Traverse  City,  Mich. 

Blanche  Lee .-. Poland. 

Josie  a.  Lee New  London. 

Clara  A.  Lewis Owasso,  Mich. 

Mary  L  Lockerman Mayfleld. 

May  C.  Lowing Summit,  Pa. 

Carrie  A.  Lucas Marion. 

Hattie  S.  Lyon Salem. 

Etta  F.  McClelland Oberlin. 

Cora  McCombs New  Lyme. 

LoA  B.  McCracken Chestervllle. 

Ella  C.  McDonald Salem. 

Grace  G.  McKinley Jamestown,  Pa. 

Ella  l\.  Manley Oheilin. 

Bella  E.  Mann Oberlin. 

Lizzie  P.  Mattison Oberlin. 

Nellie  A.  Mead Fayetteville,  N.  Y. 

Oricy  V.  Mead Medina. 

Emma  V.  Metcalf Spiingfleld,  Mo. 

Ida  L.  Millku Grant  City,  Iowa. 

Olive  P.  Miller Grant  City,  Iowa. 

Alice  J.  Minton - Tontogany. 

Mary  C.  Monroe Oberlin. 

A  HIS  Moon, Oberlin. 

Jessie  Moon Oberlin. 

Celia  Morfoot <  berlin. 

Laura  E.  Myers Elmore. 

Ella  Palmer Fitchville. 

Eva  M  Park Oberlin. 

Ada  M.  Parker LiverpooL 

Mary  H   Parker Marine  City.  Mich. 

KiTTiE  M.  Pariiely Dayton. 

Ida  Parmenter Vermontville,  Mich. 

Maggie  A.  Paton Almont,  Mich. 

Emma  O.  Patterson Cleveland. 


44  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMHS.  RKSIDHNCES. 

Mahy  C.  Pexfield Oberlin. 

Cornelia  B.  Phei.ps Lodi. 

EsTELLB  E.  Phelps Cljde. 

JiTHA  E.  Place North  Falrfleld. 

Helen  L.  Poe Ravenna. 

Kate  E.  Katiimell De  Graff, 

Ella  A.  Reed Grcensburfr.  Ind. 

Amelia  N.  Heed Obeilin. 

Maky  L   Kegal Oberlin. 

IIattxe  p.  Reynolds Oberlin. 

Ida  M.  Riddle Waiiseon. 

Ei.oise  Robbixs La  Grange. 

Angie  E.  Robertson Greenville,  Pa. 

Ella  L.  Roe Madison. 

II.  Lizzie  Rood oberlin. 

Kate  A.  RosEiiRucn Ambny.  Hi. 

Annie  R  Rupp Buoyrus. 

Caiuuk  0.  St.  .loiiN Obeilin. 

Z.xTELLA  M.  St.  John Morgan. 

A.  Frankie  Sa.mpson Pcnfleld. 

Bertua  ScnEiDLER Cleveland. 

Emm.v  L.  ScnoFiELD Wapello,  Iowa. 

E.mma  Scott Kossu  h,  Iowa. 

Laur.v  E.  Seaver Ashtabula. 

Clara  F.  Sherman Elyria. 

Cora  Shriver De  Graff. 

Edna  A.  Smith Toledo. 

Fannie  L.  Smith Romeo,  Mich. 

Henrietta  J.  Smith Worthington,  Minn. 

Laura  C.  Smith Adams'  Mills. 

Mary  E.  Smith Romeo,  Mich. 

Clorinda  M.  Speau Aurora,  111. 

Cora  M.  Squire Oberlin. 

Lorksta  Stambaugh Sharpsville,  Pa. 

Emma  E.  Starr Bryan. 

Marcia  Stewart Colorado  Springs,  Col. 

Lucy  P.  Stiles "Warren. 

Mary  F.Stone Hillsdale,  Mich. 

Nellie  C.  Stone Sandusky. 

IDAH  Stowe : Braceville. 

Lottie  B.  Taylor Pleasantville,  Pa. 


O BERLIN  COLLEGE.  45 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Ada  E.  Thomas Hartland. 

Helen  H.  Tinker Oberlin. 

Lou  M.  Tracy Manslleld. 

CORINNE   M.  TUCKERMANN Austillburg. 

Florence  S.  Tuckermann Austinburg. 

Lillian  A.  Tuckermann Austinburg. 

L.  Senora  Twichell Pulaski,  N.  T. 

Emma  Vaile Kokomo,  Ind. 

Lillie  A.  VanGorder New  London. 

Lottie  J.  Viets Oberlin. 

Bertha  E.  Waite Marseilles,  III. 

Della  Waite Eddytown. 

Ella  F.  Webster lied  Winfr,  Minn. 

Etta  >r.  Webster Red  Win?,  Jlinn. 

Della  J.  Wells Claridon. 

Nellie  C.  Wheeler Butler,  Mo. 

Ida  L  Whitney Obeilin. 

L.  Lottie  AVilbor Oberlin. 

Stella  H.  Wilcox -.  Uiclifleld. 

Panola  A.  Wilcutt - Oberlin. 

Blanche  D.  Williams Corry.  Pa. 

Carrie  Wilson Ccntreville,  Pa. 

Ida  A.  Wilson Milan. 

Jennie  M.  AVoodworth Collins. 

JosiE  L.  Woodworth WilliarasOeld. 

Abbie  n.  WooLWORTH Saudusky. 

Alice  L.  Wooster Wellington. 

Carrie  E.  Wright Oberlin. 

Sada  a   Yost Saegerstown,  Pa. 

Amanda  J.  Young Independence,  Mo. 

Ladies 232 


51 


I.    DEPARTMENT  OF  THEOLOGY. 

Resident  Graduates 1 

Seniors 14 

Middles 13 

Juniors 24 

II,    DEPARTMENT  OF  PHILOSOPHY  AND  THE  ARTS. 

1.     CLASSICAL  AND  SCIENTIFIC  COURSE. 

Seniors 31 

Juniors 31 

Sophomores 43  Gentlemen 129 

Freshmen 43  Ladies 18 

3.      LITERARY  COURSE. 

Fourth  Year 23 

Tliird  Year 35 

Second  Year 37 

lirst  Year 51 

145 

3.      IN  SELECT  STUDIES. 


147 


CG 


Gentlemen 37 

Ladies 29 

III.    DEPARTMENT  OF  PREPARATORY  INSTRUCTION. 
1.     CLASSICAL  SCHOOL. 

Seniors 05 

Middles 09  Gentl  men 237 

Juniors 110  Ladles 13 

250 

2.      ENGLISH  SCHOOL. 

Gentlemen 194 

Ladies 185 

379 

IV.    CONSERVATORY  OF  MUSIC. 

Gentlemen 56 

Ladies 3;j3 

- —  288 

Total , 132G 

Deducting  tho8c  reckoned  twice 110 

Whole  Niimlier  of  Gentleman ...043 

Whole  Number  of  Ladies .568 

Corrected  Total 1216 


pitirse.^  0f 


DHPARTMENT  OF  TFIEOLOGY. 


The  Department  of  Theology  is  cksiguecl,  primarily,  to  prepare  young 
men  for  tlie  Christian  ministry.  Any  othei's  ^vbo  desire  the  advantages  of 
theological  study  are  received  to  its  classes  on  such  terms  as  the  Faculty  may 
prescribe. 

Applicants  for  admission  to  the  Regular  Course  are  expected  to  furnish 
satisfactory  evidence  of  moral  character,  and  of  such  scholarship  as  will  enable 
them  successfully  to  pursus  this  cours?.  Students  from  other  Theologica' 
Seminaries  are  admitted,  ad  eundem,  on  presenting  a  regular  dismission ;  and 
persons  may  be  admitted  to  advanced  standing  in  any  of  the  classes  on  satis- 
factory examination  in  the  studies  already  pursued  by  these  daeses. 

The  Terms  and  Vacations  are  the  sams  in  all  Departments  of  the  College, 
and  will  be  found  vx  the  Calendar. 

Council  Hall,  the  building  devoted  to  the  exclusive  uses  of  this  Depart- 
ment, provides  complete!}^  furnished  rooms  for  about  fifty  students,  with  no 
charge  for  room  rent,  and  but  a  small  incidental  fee.  In  assigning  these 
rooms  the  preference  will  always  be  given  to  those  who  have  the  work  of 
the  ministiy  in  view.  Students  in  Theology  incur  no  expense  for  tuition,  for 
the  use  of  the  library  or  of  public  rooms.  Other  expenses  will  vary  according 
to  the  peisonal  habits  and  tastes  of  each  student. 

Aid  is  afforded  by  the  American  and  the  Ohio  Education  Societies  to 
such  students  as  are  preparing  for  the  ministry.  The  Seminary  has  also  a 
special  fund  for  the  aid  of  students,  from  which  several  may  receive  a 
partial  support. 

The  Classical  and  English  Schools  furnish  emplo^-ment  for  experienced 
teachers,  at  reasonable  compensation.  After  the  completion  of  the  first 
term  of  th3  middle  year  students  are  permitted  to  supply  vacant  pulpits  in 
the  vicinity,  as  the  opportunity  may  offer.  During  the  Winter  Vacation  all 
the  students  may  engage  in  preaching  or  other  religious  work,  as  Churches  or 
Home  Missionary  Societies  may  call  for  their  services.  "With  reasonable 
prudence  and  economy  any  student  may  piu-sue  his  course  without  inter- 
ruption or  embarrassment. 

Candidates  for  admission  to  the  Junior  Class  must  present  evidence  of 
graduation  from  some   College,  or  of  such    scholarship  as  will   enable  them 


48  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

to  enter  upon  the  course  with  profit.  Those  ^vho  do  not  bring  a  Diploma 
will  be  specially  examined  in  Greek,  English  and  Rhetoric,  Modern  History, 
Mental  and  Moral  Philosophy. 

JUNIOR    YEAR. 

Hebrew— Elements  and  Exegesis;  Greek— Harmony  of  the  Gospels;  Natural 
Theology;  History;  Honiiletics;  Elocution;  especial  prominence  being  given 
to  the  Departments  of  Greek  and  Hebrew  Exegesis. 

MIDDLE    YEAR. 

Revealed  Theology;  Honiiletics ;  History;  Exegesis  of  Selections  from 
the  New  Testament,  with  Lectures  in  Biblical  Theology;  Exegesis  of  Selec- 
tions from  the  Old  Testament,  with  Lectures  on  the  Mespianic  Prophecies  and 
Biblical  Introduction;  Elocution;  especial  prominence  being  given  to  the 
Department  of  Systematic  Theology. 

SENIOR    YEAR. 

Hi>tory  and  Positive  Institutions ;  Homiletics  and  Pastoral  Theology ; 
Exegesis  of  Selections  from  the  New  Testament,  with  Lectures;  Exegesis  of 
Selections  from  the  Old  Testament,  with  Lectures;  Elocution;  especial  promi- 
nence being  given  to  the  Departments  of  Homiletics  and  History. 

LECTURES. 

Siiccial  Courses  of  Lectures  are  provided  for  upon  Modern  Skepticism, 
Church  Polity,  Prophecy  and  other  subjects. 

Rhetorical  Exeijcises,  consisting  of  the  reading  of  original  essays,  the 
delivery  of  original  addresses,  written  and  unwritten,  and  the  extemporaneous 
discussion  of  questions  occur  weekly,  in  which  the  members  of  all  the  classes 
pai-ticipate  in  succession.  Special  prominence  is  given  to  extemporaneous 
siieakiug.  or  the  delivery  of  thoughts  prepared  but  not  written  and  committed 
to  memory. 

Some  are  plainly  called  to  the  work  of  the  ministry  who  have  not  had 
the  advantage  of  a  classical  education,  and  for  special  reasons  are  not  able 
to  acquire  it.  These  will  be  admitted  to  the  Department  and  permitted  to 
take  the  Regulai-  Course,  with  the  exception  of  the  Hebrew  and  Greek  Exe- 
gesis, provided  they  are  found,  on  examination,  to  be  capable  of  doing  so 
with  profit.  The  same  general  preparation  is  expected  of  this  class  of  students 
as  is  required  of  those  who  enter  the  Regular  Course,  Gi-eek  excepted. 

Instruction  in  Biblical  Exegesis  as  a  substitute  for  the  Hebrew  and 
Greek  of  the  Regular  Course  will  be  provided. 

Ui)on  the  completion  of  the  coiu-sc  thus  modified,  students  will  receive 
the  usual  Diploma  of  the  Dcpai-tment,  Avilhout  a  Degree. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  49 


DEPARTMENT  OP  PHILOSOPHY  AND  THE  ARTS. 


CLASSICAL  AND  SCIENTIFIC  COURSE. 

Candidates  for  admission  to  the  Freshman  Class  are  examined  in  the 
common  English  Branches:  the  Grammar  of  the  Latin  and  Gr(!ek  Languages; 
Cissar,  one  Book  ;  Sallust's  Catiline  ;  four  of  Cicero's  Select  Orations ;  Virgil's 
^neid,  five  Books;  Harkness'  Latin  Prose  Composition,  Parts  First  and 
Second ;  Xenophon's  Anabasis,  three  Books ;  Homer's  Iliad,  two  Books ; 
Olney's  School  Algebra,  or  an  equivalent ;  Plane  Geometry  ;  Ancient  History  ; 
English  Analysis:  History  of  the  United  States:  and  Alden's  Science  of 
Government. 

Candidates  for  a  higher  standing  are  examined  in  the  same,  and  also  in  the 
studies  previously  pursued  by  the  class  to  which  they  desire  admission. 

No  admission  to  the  Senior  class  is  allowed  later  than  the  beginning  of  the 
second  term. 

Elective  Studies.— During  the  Sophomore  and  Junior  and  the  first  term  of 
the  Senior  years,  four  studies  are  assigned  to  each  term.  Each  student  is 
required  to  elect  thi-ee  of  these. 

The  Annual  Examinations  for  admission  to  College  for  1876,  will  occur 
July  24th,  25th  and  26th ;  also  September  5th,  at  9  o'clock,  in  No.  18 
Society  Hall. 

FRESHMAN  CLASS. 

First  Term Livy _  Stuart. 

Xenophon's  Memorabilia Robbins. 

Greek  Prose  Composition. 

Algebra Ohiey. 

Second  Term Horace "- ..Chase. 

Thucydides. 

Greek  Prose  Composition. 

Solid  and  Spherical  Geometry Olney. 

Third  Term Cicero's  De  Senectute - - Crowell. 

Herodotus Mather. 

German Whitney. 

Plane  and  Spherical  frigonometry Olney. 

SOPHOMORE  CLASS. 

First  Term Cicero  and  Tacitus. 

Homer's  Odyssey — Merry. 

German Whitney. 

General  Geometry  and  Calculus Olney. 


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OBERLJN  COLLEGE. 


Second  Term Furipides'  Medea Allen. 

Kreiich Robertson . 

Mechanics Olmsted. 

Evidences  of  Christianity — Rhetoric. 
Third  Term Sophocles'  ffidipus  'I'yrannus White. 

German, 

Natural  Philosophy Olmsted. 

Botany Gray. 

JDNIOll  CLASS. 

First  Term Juvenal  and  Plautus. 

German. 

Astronomy Olmsted. 

Logic Jevon. 

Second  Term Demosthenes'  De  Corona Holmes. 

Descriptive  Geometry  and  Mechanical  Drawing. 

Chemistry — Lectures. 

Zoology Nicholson. 

Third  Term Tacitus'  History. 

Civil  Engineering  and  Navigation. 

Butler's  Analogy — Lectures  on  Modern  History. 

Chemistry — Lectures. 

SENIOR  CLASS. 

First  Term Plato's  Phsedo Wagner. 

i\Ienlal   Philosophy Porter. 

Mineralogy  and  Blowpipe  Analysis — Lectures  and  Lab- 
oratory Tractice. 

Physiology — Lectures. 
Second  Term Geology Dana. 

Mental  Philosophy— Lectures. 

English  Literature Bascom. 

Moral  Philosophy Fairchild. 

Third  Term English  Literature— Rhetoric Eascom. 

Political   Economy Mill. 

Lectures  on  Art. 

LITERARY  COURSE. 


Candidates  for  admission  to  the  First  year  arc  examined  in  English  Gram- 
mar and  Analysis;  Arilhnu'tir; ;  Ohiey's  School  Algebra,  or  an  equivalent; 
Latin  Grammar  and  Latin  Reader;  Harkncss' Latin  Prose  Composition,  Part 
First ;  History  of  the  United  States  and  Geography;  Biblical  Antiquities. 

Candidates  for  advanced  classes  will  be  examined  in  the  previous  studies 
of  the  course. 


.Olney. 


FIRST  YEAR. 
First  Term Algebra 

Csesar Stuart. 

Physical  Geography. 
Linear  Drawing. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  51 


Second  Term Geometry OIney. 

Cicero's  Orations Stuart. 

History  of  Rome Smith. 

Third  Term Geometry Olney. 

Cicero's  Orations Stuart. 

Science  of  Government Alden. 

SECOND  YEAR. 
First  Term Plane  and  tpherical  Trigonometry Olney. 

Virgil Chase. 

Outlines  of  History Freeman. 

Second  Term Mechanics Olmsted. 

French  or  Virgil. 

Evidences  of  C  hristianity — Rhetoric. 
Third  Term Botany Gray. 

French  or  Sallust. 

Natural  Philosophy ...Olmsted. 

THIRD  YEAR. 
First  Term Astronomy ..  Olmsted. 

German Whitney. 

Logic Jevon. 

Second  Term Chemistry — Lectures. 

Zoology Nicholson. 

German Whitney. 

Third  Term Butler's  Analog^' — Lectures  on  Modern  History. 

German. 

Analysis  of  English  Classics. 

FOURTH  YEAR. 

First  Ter.m Mental  Philosophy Porter. 

Physiology — Lectures. 

History  of  Civilization. Guizot. 

Second  Term Mental  Philosophy — English  Literature. 

Moral  Philosophy Fairchild. 

Geologj' Dana. 

Third  Ter.m Political  Economy Mill. 

Lectures  on  Art. 

English  Literature— Rhetoric. 


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O BERLIN  COLLEGE. 


DKPARTMKNT  Ul-  l^REPARATORY  INSTRUCTION. 


CLASSICAL  SCHOOL. 

The  Classical  Preparatory  School  is  under  the  same  general  supervision 
witli  tlie  other  Departments,  and  under  the  immediate  direction  and  manage- 
ment of  tlie  Principal.  The  members  of  this  tSchool  are  subject  to  the  same 
regulations  as  other  students  in  the  College.  It  is  designed  to  prepare  students 
foi-  tlie  Classical  and  Scientific  Course  in  the  Department  of  Philosophy  and 
the  :\j'ts. 

The  Senior  and  Middle  Classes  are  taught  by  the  Principal  and  Tutors  ;  the 
Junior  Class  by  teachers  selected  from  the  students  in  Theology  and  the  higher 
Classes  in  Philosophy  and  the  Arts. 

To  enter  the  Junior  Class,  students  will  be  examined  in  English  Grammar 
tiirough  Syntax,  Arithmetic  through  Percentage,  and  the  Elements  of  Geogra- 
phy. Candidates  for  a  higher  standing  will  be  examined  in  the  studies 
previously  pursued  by  the  class  to  which  they  desire  admission. 

JUNIOR  CLASS. 
FiKST  Term. Latin  Grammar  and  Reader  commenced Harkness. 

English  Grammar Harvey. 

Geography Col  ton. 

Second  Term Latin  Reader Harkness. 

English  Analysis Greene. 

Arithmetic... White. 

Third  Term Latin  Reader  completed Harkness. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Part  II Harkness. 

United  States  History.. Anderson. 

Elocution _• Nat'l  Fifth  Reader. 

MIDDLE  CLASS. 
First  Term Caesar,  one  Book ..Stuart. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Lesson  54 Harkness. 

Greek  (irammar Hadley. 

Science  of  Government Alden. 

Second  Term Cicero,  two  Orations Stuart. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Lesson  68 Harkness.- 

Greek,  Grammar  and  Anabasis Uoise. 

History  of  Rome _ Smith. 

Third  Term Cicero,  two  Orations Stuart. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Part  HI Harkness. 

Anabasis Boise. 

History  of  Greece Smith. 

SENIOR  CLASS. 

First  Term Virgil,  two  Books Chase. 

Anabasis Boise. 

Algebra Olney. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  53 


Second  Term.  ...Virgil,  three  Books Chase. 

Anabasis  completed Boise 

Greek  Prose  Composition Boise. 

Algebra Olney. 

Thikd  Term Sallust's  Conspiracy  of  Catiline Chase  and  Stuart. 

Homer's  Iliad,  two  Books Boise. 

Plane  Geometry _ Olney. 

Other  text  books  than  those  specified  are  not  allowed  iu  the  recitation 
room.  Lessons  in  the  English  Bible  and  Rhetorical  Exercises  weekly,  through 
the  course. 

ENGLISH  SCHOOL. 

The  English  Pbepaeatoky  School  is  under  the  same  general  supervision 
Avith  the  other  Departments,  and  under  the  inmiediate  direction  and  management 
of  the  Principal.  The  members  of  this  School  are  subject  to  the  same  regula- 
tions as  other  students  in  the  College.  It  is  especially  designed  to  prepare 
students  for  the  Literary  Course  in  the  Department  of  Philosophy  and  the  Arts. 
All  the  English  branches  are  taught  in  this  School  usually  taught  in  High 
Schools  and  Academies.  No  students  are  admitted  who  have  not  advanced  as 
far  as  Fractions  iu  Arithmetic. 

The  classes  are  taught  by  the  Principal  and  Tutors,  and  by  teachers 
selected  from  the  students  in  Theology  and  the  higher  Classes  in  Philosophy 
and  the  Arts. 

To  enter  the  Senior  Class,  students  will  be  examined  in  English  Grammar 
through  Syntax,  Ailthmetic  and  Geography. 

SENIOR  CLASS. 
First  Term Algebra Olney. 

Latin  Grammar  commenced. Harkness. 

Latin  Reader.. Harkness. 

Biblical  Antiquities Nevin. 

Skconi5  Term Algebra Olney. 

Latin  Reader Harkness. 

English  Analysis Greene. 

Third  Term Algebra Olney. 

Latin  Reader  completed Harkness. 

Latin  Prose  Composition,  to  Part  II Harkness. 

United  States  History Anderson. 

Classes  are  organized  each  term  in  the  following  studies  : 

Arithmetic — Ray's  Third  Part,  two  classes. 
White's,  complete,  two  classes. 
Grammar — Harvey's,  three  classes:  Greene's  Analysis. 
Geografhy — Colton's,  twoclasses. 

Elocution  and  Reading — National  Fifth  Reader,  two  classes. 
Orthograhhy  and  Spelling. 
Algebra — Olney's  School,  three  classes. 
Geometry — Olney's,  two  classes. 
Norton's  Natural  Philosophy. 
Dalton's  Phyhiology. 

Lessons  in  the  English  Bible  and  Rhetorical  Exercises  weekly,  for  all  the 
students  in  the  School. 


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CONSERVATORY  OF  MUSIC. 


This  Departmemt  is  under  the  same  general  management  as  the  other 
Departments,  and  under  the  special  supervision  of  the  Director. 

Students  in  the  Conservatory  are  subject  to  the  regular  College  discipline. 

COURSE  OF  STUDY. 

HARMONY. 

Scales,  both  Major  and  Minor,  Intervals  and  their  inversions.  Chords  in  their  various  rela- 
tions, Part-writing,  Modulation,  Choral,  Single  and  Double  Counterpoint,  Composition  and 
Analysis  of  musical  works. 

PIANO  FORTE. 

Duvernoy's  Etudes  in  Mechanism,  op.  120. 
Czerny,  op.  636. 
Krause,  op.  2. 
Heller,  op.  46. 
Spindler,  op.  141. 

Czerny,  op.  290,  (Studies  in  Velocity.) 
Heller,  op.  45  and  i6. 
Jensen,  op.  32. 

Cramer's  Fifty  Studies,  (Von  Billow's  Edition.) 
dementi's  Gradus  ad  Parnassum,  (Tausig's  Edition.) 
Czerny,  op.  740. 
Mayer,  op.  305. 
Moscheles,  op.  70. 

."^onatas  by  Kuhlau,  Clementi,  Haydn,  Mozart,   Beethoven  ;    and  selections  from  Bach, 
Schumann,  Mendelssohn,  Chopin  and  other  stand.ird  authors. 

CULTIVATION  OF  THE  VOICE. 

Careful  instruction  is  given  in  the  use  of  the  voice,  and  the  correct  manner  of  producing  a 
good  tone  ;  thorcugh  drill  in  Technical  Exercises,  Solfeggios,  Vocalises,  etc  ,  to  give  control  over 
and  flexibility  to  the  voice  ;  and  practice  in  singing  the  best  English,  German,  Italian  and  French 
songs.  Operatic  Arias  and  .-olos  from  the  Oratorios,  for  expression  and  the  development  of  a  pure 
style. 

ORGAN. 

Selections  from  Rink's  and  Ritter's  Organ  i^chools. 
Pedal  Technics, — Thayer. 
Pedal  Studies, — Volkmar. 
Studies  in  Pedal  Phrasing,— Buck. 
Trios,  op.  20  Richtcr,  and  op.  39  Merkel. 

Fugues  from  the  Well-tempered  Clavier,  arr.  by  Van  Eyken,— Bach. 

Selections  from  Mcndel.-.sohn's  Sonatas,  Preludes  and  Fugues,  Ritter's  ?  onatas,  Bach's 
Organ  Works. 

Miscellaneous  selections  from  the  works  of  Buck,  Smart,  G.  Ad.  Thonias,  Best,  Frcyer 
Richter,  Hesse,  Ritter  and  others. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  55 


Exercises  in  playing  Church  Music,  Voluntaries,  accompanying  Choirs,  Registration,  etc., 
including  all  that  is  necessary  to  give  one  a  thorough  mastery  over  the  organ,  for  Church  or 
Concert  use. 

TJie  length  of  time  necessary  for  the  completion  of  this  Com-se  cannot  be 
stated  (lefinitel}^,  but  will  be  from  two  to  four  years. 

No  pupil  is  allowed  to  enter  upon  the  studies  of  the  last  year  in  any 
department  of  Music  who  has  not  presented  to  the  Director  satisfactory 
evidence  of  proficiency  in  the  fundamental  branches  of  an  English  education. 

All  students  completing  this  Course  are  awarded  diplomas. 

The  classes  in  Choral  Singing  are  free  to  all  members  of  the  College. 

Weekly  rehearsals  are  given,  at  which  pupils  who  are  competent  are 
expected  to  perform. 

Pupils  must  furnish  or  rent  their  instruments  for  practice.  Pianos  can 
always  be  rented  in  the  village  at  reasonable  rates. 

Students  in  other  Departments,  taking  lessons  in  music,  are  required  to 
make  their  arrangements  with  the  Director  of  the  Conservatory. 

Catalogues,  containing  full  pai'ticulars  concerning  this  Department,  can  be 
obtained  b}'  addressing  Conservatory  of  Music,  Oberlin,  Ohio. 


PENMANSHIP. 

Arrangements  have  been  made  to  furnish  instruction  in  Penmanship, 
under  a  permanent  and  approved  teacher ;  the  students  of  the  College  may  thus 
perfect  themselves  in  this  ai-t  and  be  especially  prepared  for  business  and 
teaching.  A  pleasant  and  commodious  room  in  Tappan  Hall  is  devoted  to  the 
classes  in  writing. 

For  terms  see  the  table  of  extra  charges,  or  address  the  Instructor  in 
Penmanship. 


LECTURES. 

In  the  Department  of  Theology,  lectures  are  given  in  the  several  branches 
of  instruction  to  all  classes  throughout  the  year,  and  on  special  topics  during 
the  second  and  third  terms. 

In  the  Department  of  Philosophy  and  the  Arts,  to  the  several  classes 
throughout  the  year,  according  to  the  announcement  in  the  Courses  of  Study. 

Practical  Lectures  on  General  Habits,  Methods  of  Study  and  other  impor- 
tant subjects,  are  delivered  once  in  two  weeks  to  the  ladies,  by  the  Principal 
of  the  Ladies'  Department,  and  to  the  young  men  of  the  Preparatory  Schools 
by  the  Principals  of  those  Schools. 


leiitrai 


DEGREES  AND  DIPLOMAS. 

Tlir  Dfgroc  of  Baciieluk  of  Dhisity  is  couferrcd  upon  the  graduates  of 
tlie  Regular  Course  in  the  Depaitmeut  of  Theology ;  that  of  Bachelor  of  Auts 
upon  the  graduates  of  the  Classieal  and  Scientific  Course  iu  the  Department  of 
Philosophj-  and  the  Arts. 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts  is  conferred  ui)on  anj^  BAcnELOu  of  three 
or  more  years"  standing,  who  has  been  engaged  iu  literary  or  scientific  piu'suits, 
and  has  sustained  a  good  moral  character. 

A  Diploma,  certifying  the  successful  completion  of  the  prescribed  Com-se 
of  Stud3%  is  given  to  each  graduate  of  the  Literary  Coui'se  in  the  Department  of 
Philosophy  and  the  Arts,  and  to  each  graduate  of  the  Conservatoiy  of  Music. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

At  the  close  of  each  term  the  classes  are  examined  in  the  studies  of  that 
term;  and  at  the  end  of  the  yeai-  there  are  general  examinations  in  all  Depart- 
ments. 

Every  recitation  and  examination  is  marked,  and  a  record  is  kept  by  the 
Faculty  of  the  attainments  of  each  student,  and  also  of  his  delinquencies. 
Liformation  concerning  his  progress  and  deportment  is,  when  requested,  com- 
municated to  the  parent  or  guardian. 

RELIGIOUS  EXERCISES. 

All  .students  are  required  to  attend  Chm-ch  twice  on  the  Sabbath,  and  the 
weekly  lecture  on  Thm-sday. 

They  are  also  required  to  attend  daily  prayc  rs  in  the  evening  at  the  Chapel, 
and  in  the  morning  in  the  families  in  which  they  board.  Every  class  has  a 
weekly  exercise  in  the  English  Bible,  which  all  are  required  to  attend. 

There  is  a  weekly  praj-er  meeting  on  ]Monday  evening  for  all  young  people, 
conducted  by  the  students;  and  a  weekly  prayer  meeting  for  each  class,  con- 
ducted by  one  of  the  teachers. 

LIBRARY,  APPARATUS  AND  CABINET. 

The  Libraries  connected  with  the  College  number  about  fourteen  thousand 
volumes. 

The  Apparatus,  in  the  Departments  of  Natural  Philosophy  and  Chemistry, 
is  sufficient  for  the  varied  illustrations  of  these  sciences. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  57 

The  Cabinets  in  Geologj-  and  Natural  flistory  have  been  removed,  during 
the  past  year,  to  mucli  more  commodious  rooms  in  Cabinet  Hall.  The  col- 
lections amply  illustrate  the  branches  of  Mineralogy,  Lithological  Geology, 
Palaeontology,  Archaeology.  Radiate  Life,  American  and  Foreign  Shells  and 
Insects,  and  many  branches  of  Vertebrate  Life.  Additions  are  constantly  made 
to  these  collections. 

FACILITIES  FOR  SELF-SUPPORT. 

The  College  does  not  furnish  manual  labor  to  the  students.  Diligent  and 
faithful  yoimg  men  can  find  emploj'ment,  with  satisfactory  compensation,  in 
the  village.  A  few  are  emploj-ed  in  the  care  of  the  College  buildings.  About 
forty  students  in  the  higher  classes,  gentlemen  and  ladies,  are  employed  as 
assistant  teachers. 

The  long  Winter  vacation  affords  opportunity  to  those  who  are  qualified,  to 
engage  in  teaching  schools  abroad. 

REGULATIONS. 

The  Regulations  of  the  Institution  are  few  and  simple,  appealing  to  the 
student's  self-respect  and  personal  responsibility.  He  is  requh-ed  to  abstain  from 
the  use  of  Tobacco  and  Intoxicating  Drinks,  and  from  connection  with  any 
Secret  Society.  No  student  is  permitted  to  visit  one  of  the  other  sex  at  a 
private  room,  except  by  special  permission  in  case  of  severe  sickness. 

WINTER  SCHOOL. 

During  the  Winter  vacation  a  school  is  taught  in  the  College  buildings, 
under  the  superintendence  of  members  of  the  Faculty,  in  which  classes  are 
formed  in  all  the  studi?s  of  the  Preparator}-  Department,  and  in  any  Co'lege 
study,  when  a  suflicient  number  wish  to  pursue  it  to  form  a  class.  This  school 
opens  the  first  Tuesday  following  Thanksgiving  day. 

LADIES'  DEPARTMENT. 

Ladies  in  all  the  Departments  of  Study  are  under  the  supervision  of  the 
Principal  of  the  Ladiesf  Department  and  the  management  of  the  Ladies'  Board. 

Ladies  from  abroad  desiring  admission  to  the  Ladies'  Hall,  should  make 
previous  application  in  writing,  certifying  their  age,  state  of  health,  character 
previous  attainments,  and  the  time  they  propose  to  continue  here.     Those  who 
are  admitted  will  be  duly  apprized  of  their  admission.     All  ladies  are  expected 
to  consult  the  Principal  before  selecting  then-  boarding  places. 

Ladies  are  requu-ed  to  be  in  their  rooms  after  eight  o'clock  in  the  evening 
during  the  Summer  months,  and  after  half  past  seven  dming  the  Winter  months. 

Every  lady  is  re([uired  to  present,  once  in  two  weeks,  a  written  report  of 
her  observance,  and  her  failures  in  the  observance  of  the  regulations  of  the 
Department,  signed  by  the  matron  of  the  family  in  which  she  boards. 

These  reports  together  with  the  marks  of  her  recitations,  are  recorded  by 


58  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

tbc  Principal,  and  arc  open  at  all  times  for  the  inspection  of  the  Faculty,  the 
Ladies'  Board,  and  all  friends  interested. 

ADMISSION  AND  EXPENSES. 
Candidates  for  admission  to  any  of  the  Departments  must  bring  testimonials 
of  good  character;  and  those  coming  from  other  institutions  must  bring  a  certifi- 
cate of  honorable  dismission. 

The  student,  in  every  department,  pursues  his  studies  in  his  private  room, 
and  meets  with  his  class  in  the  public  room  for  recitation.  No  arrangement  is 
made  for  those  who  have  not  sufficient  maturity  and  self-control  to  study 
prutitably  under  these  conditions. 

None  are  admitted  to  full  membership  until  they  have  honorably  passed  a 
lir()])ation  of  six  months.  None  will  be  received  under  sixteen  years  of  age, 
unless  committed  to  the  care  of  some  approved  resident  of  the  place  ;  nor  any 
under  fourteen,  except  by  special  arrangement  with  the  Faculty. 

Room  rent  in  the  Ladies'  Hall  is  f  10.50  a  term  for  each  occupant,  including 
lights,  the  privileges  of  the  house  and  care  in  ordinarj"  sickness.  Each  room  is 
intended  for  two  ladies,  and  is  provided  with  carpets  and  other  necessary 
furniture,  including  husk  bed.  All  other  articles  of  bedding  will  be  furnished 
by  the  occupants ;  also,  lamps  and  table  napkins.  No  room  will  be  considered 
engaged  for  any  term  unless  two  dollars  is  paid  on  the  rent,  which  sum  will  be 
forfeited  if  the  room  is  not  taken,  unless  written  notice  to  that  effect  is  given 
to  the  Treasurer,  at  least  one  week  before  the  opening  of  the  term.  Fuel  is 
furnished  as  required,  the  charge  being  according  to  the  amount  consumed. 

Room  rent  in  Council  Hall  is  free,  and  the  rooms  ai-e  completelj'  furnished; 
the  incidental  fee  is  $2.50  a  term ;  in  the  other  College  buildings  rent  is  $2.50 
per  term,  and  each  room  is  furnished  with  a  stove  only. 

The  price  of  board  will  vary  with  the  cost  of  provisions.  At  present,  board 
in  the  Ladies'  Hall  is  .f2.80  per  week;  in  private  families,  including  rooms  fur- 
nished, from  $3  to  $4  per  Aveek;  fuel  and  lights  extra. 

The  Treasurer's  bills  are  ]3ayable  at  the  beginning  of  each  term ;  board  in 
the  Ladies'  Hall,  each  half  term  in  advance.  • 

The  following  may  be  considered  as  a  near  estimate  of  the  necessary  expen- 
ses for  a  term  of  twelve  weeks,  in  any  department  except  the  Theological,  in 
wliich  there  is  no  charge  for  tuition,  room  rent  or  use  of  Library. 

Tuition,  or  rent  of  Scholarship .$300  $300 

Incidentals 2  65  2  65 

Library   Fee ^r  35 

Board,  $2.25  to  f  3.00  per  week 2700  to      3600 

Room  Rent 2  50  to       10  00 

Lights  and  Washing 500  to        800 

Books  and   Stationery 4  50   to         700 

Fuel,  Fall  and  Spring 3  00  to         6  00 

148  00         $73  00 


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EXTRA  CHARGES. 

Piano,  twenty  lessons ^12  00 

Organ,  twenty  less  ns 1200 

Harmony,  twenty  lessTns c  00 

Cultivation  of  the  voice 12  00 

Use  of  Instrument,  one  hour  per  day $2  00 — 3  00 

Oil  Painting,  with  use  of  Models,  thirty  lessons 1000 

Water  Colors 600 

Crayon    Drawing,  fifty  lessons 7  00 

Perspective   Drawing 6  00 

Use  of  Musical  Library 1  00 — 3  00 

French  and  German,  except  in  the  Regular  Courses 5  00 

Penmanship,  one  term,  one  hour  a  day  5  00 

Penmanship,  one  month,  constant  practice  6  00 

Full  Course  in  Practical  Penmanship  20  00 

Full  Course  in  Ornamental  Penminship  20  00 

Full  Course  in  both   ityles 30  00 

Thorouo-b  iustructiou  iu  Vocal  Music  is  fhke  to  all. 

SITUATION. 

Oberlin  is  easily  accessible  from  all  pai'ts  of  the  country,  being  situated  on 
the  Lake  Shore  &  Michigan  Southern  Railway,  an  hom-'s  ride  from  Cleveland. 
The  village  of  thirty-five  hundred  inhabitants,  has  grown  up  with  the  College, 
and  is,  to  a  lai-ge  degree,  free  from  the  temptations  and  dangers  often  sm-round- 
ing  colleges. 

Letters  of  inquiry  may  be  addressed  to  the  President,  J.  H.  Faikohild;  to 
the  Principals  of  the  Preparatory  Sciiools,  J.  H.  Laird  and  H.  F.  Clark; 
to  the  Principal  of  the  Ladies'  Department,  IVIrs.  A.  A.  F.  Johnston  :  or  to  the 
Secretary  and  Treasm'er,  J.  B.  T.  Maesq. 


TERMS  AND  VACATIONS. 

187  5. 

Fall  Term  begins Tuesday,  Aug.  31. 

vVinter  Vacation  begins Saturday,  Nov.  30. 

Winter  School  begins Tuesday,  Nov.  30. 

1876. 

Spring  Term  begins Tuesday,  Feb.  15. 

Spring  Recess  begins  Saturday,  May  6. 

Summer  term  begins Wednesday.  May  10. 

Summer  Vacation  begins Thursday,  Aug   3. 

Fall  Term  begins Tuesday,  Sept.  5. 


PUBLIC  OCCASIONS. 

187  6. 

Junior  Exhibition Wednesday,  May  3. 

Anniversary  of  the  Theological  Society Thursday,  May  4. 

Union  Exhibition  of  the  College  Societies Friday.  May  5. 

Anniversary  of  the  ^lioian  Society W^edntsday,  July  12. 

Anniversary  of  the  Ladies'  Literary  Society Wednesday,  July  19. 

P^xhibition  of  tlie  Senior  Preparatory  Class Wednesday,  July  36. 

Exhibition  of  the  Conservatory  of  Music Thursday,  July  37. 

Anniversary  of  the  Phi  Delta  Society Friday,  July  28. 

Address  to  the  Theological  Alumni Friday.  July  28. 

Commencement,  Department  of  Theology Saturday,  July  39. 

Anniversary  of  the  Alpha  Zeta  Society Saturday,  July  29. 

Baccalaureate  Sermon Sunday,  July  30. 

Address  before  the  Missionary  Society Sunday,  July  30. 

Anniversary  of  the  Phi  Kappa  Pi  Society Monday,  July  31. 

Address  before  the  Literary  Societies Monday,  July  31. 

Commencement,  Literary  Course Tuesday,  Aug.  1. 

Address  liefore  the  Society  of  Alumni Tuesday,  Aug.  1. 

Commencement,  Classical  and  Scientific  Coiu-se.  ...Wednesday,  Aug.  2. 


CATALOGUE 


OF  THE 


Officers  and  Students 


OP 


Oberlin  College, 


FOR   THE 


COLLEGE  YEAR 


1876-77. 


TOLEDO,  O.  : 

Blade  Printing  &  Paper  Company,  Printers. 
1876. 


BOARD  OF  TRUSTEES. 


Kcv.  JAMES  H.  FAIKCHILD,  President. 

FRANCIS  D.  PARISH Oberlin. 

Rev.  MICHAEL  E.  STRIEB Y , Newark,  N.  J. 

URIAH  THOMPSON Oberlin. 

Rev.  henry  COWLES Oberlin. 

JABEZ  W.  MERRILL Oberlin. 

Rev.  WILLIAM  B.  BROWN Newaek,  N.  J. 

Rev.  SAMUEL  WOLCOTT Cleveland. 

A.  B.  NETTLETON Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Rev.  WOLCOTT  B.  WILLIAMS Charlotte,  Mice. 

SETH  H.  SHELDON Cleveland. 

Rev.  J.  G.  W.  COWLES Cleveland. 

GEORGE  B.  DELAMATER Meadville,  Pa. 

WILLIAM  SUMNER Cinclnnatl 

T.  L.  NELSON Eltria. 

Hon.  JAMES  MONROE Oberlin. 

J.  E.  INGERSOLL Clea-eland. 

Hon.  J.  D.  COX ..Toledo. 

DAN  P.  EELLS Cleveland. 


Corresponding  /VIembers  from  the  Alumni. 

Rev.  GEORGE  F.  W^RIGHT... Andover,  Mass. 

Rev.  JOHN  G.  FRASER East  Toledo. 

P.  H.  KAISER Cleveland. 

JOHN  M.  LANGSTON.. Washington,  D.  C. 

H.  H.  CUMINGS.... TiDiouTE.  Pa. 


rtiiil  ®0immitto* 


Pres.  J.  H.  FAIRCHILD. 
Rev.  henry  COWLES. 
URIAH  THOMPSON. 
JABEZ  W.  MERRILL. 


Prof.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS. 
HIRAM  HULBURD, 
E.  J.  GOODRICH. 
J.  B.  T.  MARSH. 


FRANCIS  D.  PARISH. 


J.  B.  T.  MARSH,  Secretary  and  Treasurer. 


S^Ii^s^  g0Eri  0l  |j|lHiiHi0:cr 


s. 


Mrs.  a.  a.  F.  JOHNSTON. 
Mrs.  MARIANNE  P.  DASCOMB. 
Mrs.  REBECCA  FINNEY. 
Mrs.  MINERVA  E.  ELLIS. 


Mrs.  ELIZABETH  S.  MEAD. 
Mrs.  AUGUSTA  B.  SMITH. 
Mrs.  MARY  B.  SHURTLEFF. 
Mrs.  HELEN  M.  RICE. 


FACULTY. 


Rev.  JAMES  H.  FAIRCUILD,  President, 

I'ROrESSCR  OP   THEOLOGY   AND   MORAL,  PHILOSOPHY. 
AVKRY   PROFESSOKSaiP. 

Ekv.  JOHN  MORGAN, 

PROFESSOR  OF  NKW   TESTAMENT   LITERATURE   AND  BIBLICAL  THEOLOUY. 

JAMES  DASCOMB,  M.  D., 

PROFESSOR  OF  CHEMISTRY,   BOTANY  AND  PHYStOLOGY, 

R3V.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS, 

PROFESSOR  OF  MENTAL  PHILOSCPHY  AND   RHETORIC. 

Ret.  CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL, 

PROFESSOR  OF  MATHEMATICS   AND   NATURAL  PHILOSOPHY. 

Rev.  JUDSON  SMITH, 

PROFESSOR  OF  CHUUCH   HISTORY,    AND  LECIURER  ON  MODERN   HISTORY. 

GILES  W.  SHURTLEFP,  A.  M., 

PROFESSOR  OF  POLITICAL  ECONOMY. 

Rev.  HIRAM  MEAD, 

PROFESSOR  OF  SACRED   RHETORIC   AND  PASTORAL  THEOLOGY. 

Rev.  WILLIAM  H.  RYDER, 

PROFESSOR  OF   THE   GREEK  LANGUAGE   AND   Lli'ERATUKE. 

FENELON  B.  RICE, 

PROFESSOR  CF  MUSIC. 

Rev.  ELIJAH  P.  BARROWS, 

PROFESSOR  OF  HEBREW  AND  OLD  TESTAMENT  LITERATURE. 

Rev.  JAMES  H.  LAIRD, 

PRINCIPAL  OF   THE   ENGLISH  PREPARATORY  SCHOOL. 

ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT,  A.  M.  Ph.  B,, 

PROFESSOR  OF  GEOLOGY  AND   NATURAL  HISTORY. 


JAMES  K.  NEWTON,  A.  M., 


PROFESSOR  OP  .THE  GERMAN    AND   FRENCH  LANGUAGES  AND  LITERATURES. 
FREDitlKA   BREMER  HULL  PROFESSORSHIP. 

JAMES  R.  SEVERANCE,  A.  M., 

INSTRUCTOR  IN   ELOCUTION. 


p 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


GEORGE  H.  WHITE,  A.  M., 

PRINCIPAL  OF  THE  CI.ASSICAL  Pr.EPARATORT  SCnOOL,  AND  PROFESSOR  OF  ANCIENT  LANGUAGES. 

HENRY  F.  CLARK,  A.  M., 
acting  pr.ofesso.;  of  tue  latin  language  and  literature. 

Rev.  henry  COWLES, 
lecturer  on  biblical  introduction. 

Rev.  A.  HASTINGS  ROSS, 

special  lecturer  on  church  polity. 

Rev.  henry  MATSON, 
librarian. 

HOBART  K.  PAINTER,  A,  B., 

TEACHER  OF  GRAMMAR. 

WILLIAM  G.  FROST,  A.  B., 

TEACHER   OF   GREEK. 

EINION  C.  EVANS,  A.  B., 

TEACHER  OF  LATIN. 

JEROME  D.  MILLS,  A.  B., 

TEACHER  OF  LATIN. 

CALVIN  B.  CADY, 

INSTRUCTOR   IN    PIANO    AND   COMPOSITION. 

FRANK  M.  DAVIS, 

INSTRUCTOR   IN    PIANO    AND   VIOLIN. 

W.  F.  LYON, 

INSTRUCTOR  IN  PENMANSHIP. 


Mrs.  a.  a.  F.  JOHNSTON, 

PRINCIPAL  OF  THE  LADIEs'  DEPARTMENT. 

Miss  CALISTA  ANDREWS, 

TUTOR  IN  MATHEMATICS. 

Miss  L.  CELESTIA  WATTLES, 

INSTRUCTOR  IN  PIANO  AND  HARMONY. 

Mrs.  HELEN  M.  RICE, 

INSTRUCTOR  IN   VOCAL  MUSIC. 

Miss  ANNA  M.  WYETT, 

INSTRUCTOR  IN   DRAWING  AND  PAINTING. 


c|ja.riiiicui  B 


FACULTY. 


JOHN  MORGAN. 


JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 

HIKAM  MR  AD. 

ELIJAH  P.  BARROWS. 


JUDSON  SMITH. 


JAMES  R.  SEVERANCE. 


STUDENTS. 


SENIOR     CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Charles  Cole  Creegan Wakeman 14 

Lebanon  Normal  School,  1869. 

Thomas  Weston  DeLoxg Tabor,  Iowa 36 

Tabor  College,  1873. 

Edward  Allan  Leeper Obcrlin 20 

Oberlin  College, 

Frank  McCos'AUghy Penfleld 3 

Oberlin  College,  1874. 

Dav;d  C.  McNair Clark,  Pa 11 

Mt.  Union  College,  1873. 

William  Brewster  Oleson Oberlin 10 

Maine  Agricultural  College, 

Charles  DeForest  Patterson. .  -Vermillion 18 

Ohio  Wesleyan  University, 

Orthello  Vernillen  Rice Oberlin 60 

Tabor  College,  I874. 

Albert  Augustus  "Roberts Monticello,  Fla 33 

Codrington  College,  1871. 

Edward  Strieby  Steele Oberlin 4 

Oberlin  College,  1872. 

David  Talog  Williams Bangor,  Me. 6 


ROOMS. 

Council  Hall. 
AVest  College  st. 
Council  Hall. 
Council  Hall. 
Council  Hall. 
West  Lorain  st. 
West  Lorain  st. 
West  College  st. 
North  Main  st. 
Council  Hall. 
Council  Hall. 


Abner  M.\nLON  Pipes. Unionville 14  Council  Hall. 

John  Scott Naugatuck,  Ct 39  North  Main  st. 


Seniors. 23, 


O BERLIN  COLLEGE. 


MIDDLE     CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

William  Benton  Chamberlain- -Oberlin 6  West  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 

Isaac  Linn^us  Cory Thorntown 16  Council  Hall. 

Wabash  College, 

Harry  Williams  George EastOrrii]gton,Me.lO  Council  Hall. 

Colby  University,  

Sylvesters.  Grinnell Maryville,  Tenn...  9  Council  Hall. 

Maryville  College,  1874. 

John  William  Hargrave Ripon,  Wis 1  North  Professor  st. 

Ripon  College,  1875. 

Addison  Wilbur  Hayes Berea 10  Council  Hall. 

Baldwin  University,  1875. 

Eli  Roberts  Loomis Pawlet,  Vt.- .18  Council  Hall. 

Oneida  Institute,  

Thomas  McClelland Mendon,  111 28  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 

Jerome  Dolson  Mills Canton,  111 31  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 

James  Dunning  Monroe Town  Line,  N.  Y.- .37  Council  Hall. 

Mt.  Union  College,  1875. 

HoBART  Kingsbury  Painter Oberlin 23  Spring  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 

Thomas  Worthington  Walters. Parsons,  Pa 13  Council  Hall. 


Edmund  Cressman Bethlehem,  Pa 26  Council  Hall. 

3Iidclles 13. 


JUNIOR     CLASS. 


Reuben  Alview  Beard Columbus 35  Council  Hall. 

Ohio  Wesleyan  University, 

EiNioN  Cranogvab  Evans Potsdam,  N.  Y 2  Council  Hall. 

Middlebury  College,  1876. 

IzAAK  Walton  Fitch .  Rochester,  Pa 8  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 

William  Goodell  Frost Oberlin 30  West  Lorain  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1876. 

Thomas  F.  Hicks Wilmington,  Del...  1  Council  HaU. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Horace  Payne  James Weybridge,  Vt 17 

Middlebury  College,  1876. 

Fh.\nci!5  Makiok  Kumler Westerville 7 

Otterbein  University,  1872. 

CiiARr.ES  Heebe  Martik ...Obtrlin 69 

Oberlin  College.  1876. 

WiLMAM  Otterbein  Pringle Fremont 24 

Oberlin  College,  1S76. 

James  Budden  Renshaw. ...Richmond,  Mass -.-15 

Mass.  Agricultural  College,  1873. 

William  Cebkain  Rigdon Rigdon,  Ind 33 

William  Sanders  ScARBOROUGH-Macon,  Ga 13 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 

James  B.  Stocking Lorain 7 

William  Huntington  Tibbals_..No.  Royalton,  Wis-13 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 


Council  Hall. 
Council  Hall. 
East  College  st. 
Council  Hall. 
Council  Hall. 
Council  Hall. 
Council  Hall. 

Council  Hall. 
Groveland  st. 


Ira  Jay  Manville Sparta 17  South  Pleasant  st. 

Benjamin  Franklin  Shuart Cleveland 19  Council  Hall. 


Juniors Id, 


fi    Irllli 


il0S0|li§  ami  tlie  JL 


CLASSICAL  AND  SCIENTIFIC  COURSE. 


FACULTY. 


JAMES   H.    FAIRCHILD,  President. 


JAMES   DASCOMB. 
JUDSON   SMITH. 
ALBERT   A.   WRIGHT. 


JOHN   M.   ELLIS. 
GILES   W.    SHURTLEFF. 
HENRY   F.   CLARK. 
JAMES   R.   SEVERANCE. 


CHARLES   H.   CHURCHILL. 
WILLIAM    H.    RYDER. 
JAMES   K.   NEWTON. 


STUDENTS. 


SENIOR     CLASS 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Malcolm  Gr^jie  Alexander Clyde 35 

William  Fremont  Bla.ckman Kirksville,  Mo 15 

Chauncey  Martin  Cadt Oberlin 11 

William  Capell  Calland Summerfield 3 

Frederic  Arthur  Churchill Oberlin 26 

Adelbert  Benjamin  Coon Marengo,  111. 6 

George  Edward  Crane Oberlin 38 

Albert  John  Gilchrist Oberlin 34 

Herbert  Delos  Goodenough Barton,  Wis 51 

EvANDER  Joseph  Goodsell Nelson 30 

Archibald  Hadden Cleveland 10 

Benjamin  Albert  Imes Van  Wert,  Pa 51 

Arthur  Desaline  Langston Washington,  D.  C.-31 

Judson  Oncken  Leslie Princeton,  111 51 

Charles  Albert  IVIarsh Pontiac,  Mich 26 

Charles  Edwin  Monroe Oberlin 4 

WiNTHROP  DowNES  Painter Oberlin 32 


ROOMS. 

South  Main  st. 
Forest  st. 
West  Lorain  st. 
College  Place. 
West  College  st. 
West  Lorain  st. 
South  Main  st. 
North  Professor  st. 
West  College  st. 
West  College  st. 
Elm  St. 
Tappan  Hall. 
North  Pleasant  st. 
West  College  st. 
Elm  St. 

College  Place. 
Spring  St. 


10  OBERLTN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Erwin  Hart  Richards Mecca 33  East  Lorain  st. 

Sanfokd  Elihu  Suutt Middleport 2  East  Loraiu  st. 

Merton  Morris  Squire Oberlin 6  West  Lorain  st. 

Mauy  Loxjisa  Drake Oskaloosa,  Iowa. -.51  West  College  st. 

Ella  Jaiste  Strong Oskaloosa,  Iowa..  51  West. College  st. 

Seniors 22. 


JUNIOR    CLASS. 

Bela  Bexoni  Adams Copopa 6  South  Professor  st. 

Charles  WnrTEFiELD  Allen Oberlin 19  East  College  st. 

William  Elliott  Barxhart Chippewa  Lake. -.87  West  College  st. 

William  Alfred  Bowen Oberlin 1  College  Place 

Frederick  Erwin  Brigham Trumbull 2  North  Pleasant  st. 

Charles  Sherman  Brown Oberlin 27  North  Main  st. 

Henry  Conner Burton, 111 Chapel. 

Amplias  Milton  Countryman Hastings,  Minn  ...51  West  College  st. 

Alexander  Sylv anus  Eaton Alamo,  Mich French  Hall. 

Lucius  Bierce  Puller Nelson    . 34  West  College  st. 

Marcus  Bell  Fuller Nelson 17  West  College  st, 

Wakene  Almont  Gates Middlefield 59  East  College  st. 

Ch.arles  Robert  Hager Sauk  City,  Wis.  ...      Chapel. 

Oliver  Hale  Koons. Sulphur  Springs...  2  North  Pleasant  st. 

James  Henderson  Kyle Urbana,  111 5  Elm  st. 

James  Henry  Leonard Bridge  water  .Mass..  37  West  College  st. 

Oramel  William  Lucas Canon  City,  Col. ..35  West  Lorain  st. 

William  Beecher  McIntyre Princeton,  111 37  West  College  st. 

Irving  Wight  Metcalp Elyria 3  Elm  st. 

Wilder  Stevens  Metcalf Elyria 7  South  Professor  st. 

Lindley  Warren  Morris Alliance 59  East  College  st. 

Charles  Milton  Rice. Russia Mr.  Rice's. 

Alberto  Calvin  Shattuck Tontogany 51  West  College  st. 

Karl  Andrew  Snyder Oberlin 11  Elm  st. 

David  Brainard  Spencer. Benzonia.Mich 27  West  Lorain  st. 


OBERLFN  COLLEGE. 


11 


NAMES.  RESIDEN'CKS. 

Wesley  Meyers  Stover. Lisle,  111 17 

Henry  Ernest  Thayer Freedom 37 

Eugene  Albert  Tuttle North  Amherst 35 

Charles  Selden  Vailb Kokomo,  Ind.  9 

Solomon  Watkins Lawrence,  Kan 34 

Albert  Marion  Wheeler Shelby 37 

Geordie  Zeno  Whitney... Oberlin 36 

Melville  CLExrENT  Whitney Oberlin 36 

Francis  Albert  Wilcox Richfield 34 

William  Cullen  Wilcox Richfield 34 


ROOMS. 

West  College  st. 
West  College  st. 
West  College  st. 
Elm  St. 

North  Pleasant  st. 
West  Lorain  st. 
South  Professor  st. 
South  Professor  st. 
West  College  st. 
West  College  st. 


Lunette  Angelina  Drew Oberlin 75  South  Main  st. 

Ellen  Electa  Grannis Oberlin 71  North  Mainst. 

May  Richards Oberlin 59  East  College  st. 

Caroline  Wickes ...Oberlin ...16  South  Professor  st. 

Juniors 3i), 


SOPHOMORE     CLASS 


WiLBERT  Lee  Anderson East  Berkshire,  Vt.-136  South  Main  st. 

Jason  Alonzo  Barber Tontogany 9  Walnut  st. 

Henry  Royce  Bass West  Randolph, Vt... 33  West  Lorain  st. 

Madison  William  Beacom Mechanicstown 30  South  Professor  st. 

Fred  Bellows Weepuig  Water,Neb. 31  South  Professor  st. 

George  B.  Boone Mecca 8  Forest  st. 

William  Henry  Buss. Creston,  111 47  West  College  st. 

D wight  Howard  Clapp Kirtland Society  Hall. 

Sereno  Jay  Cl jVKk Freedom 3  College  Place. 

Everard  Willis  Dascomb Wilton,  N.  H 33  South  Professor  st. 

Olin  Lareau  Fowler Livonia,  N.  Y 33  West  Lorain  st. 

WiLBER  Gerry  Freese Brunswick 14  East  Lorain  st. 

William  Raymond  Green Maiden,  111 37  West  College  st. 

James  Ishmael  Greves Cleyeland 83  North  Professor  st. 

Miles  Woodbury  Harrison Lagrange 31  Elm  st. 

George  Berry  Heazelton Pittsburg,  Pa 59  East  College  st. 

Robert  Cehorn  Henderson Zanesville 5  South  Professor  st. 


1 

12                                OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

NAMES. 

KESIDENCES. 

ROOMS. 

Willis  Akthur  Hitchcock.-. 

. ..Owosso,  Mich 

.25  North  Main  st-. 

David  Willey  IIulijurt 

...Seville 

-30  North  Pleasant  st. 

William  Nouman  Joiixson... 

...Obcrlin 

-82  East  College  st. 

John  Kline 

...Rcnsselaerville,  N.Y 

.18  South  Water  st. 

Nestor  Light 

...Milford,  Ct 

-47  West  College  st. 

Cii\rles  Edward  Morse 

Bedford. 

JoH.N  Richard  Nichols 

...Reading,  N.  Y 

-18  South  Water  st. 

Edwvrd  Waterous  Peck 

Oberlin 

8  West  Lorain  st. 

A.LFORD  Brown  Penniman 

...Woodburn,  111 

-23  North  Professor  St. 

Henry  Ricker 

...Kelley's  Island 

-  8  North  Professor  st. 

Samuel  Reynolds  Singer 

...Covington,  Ky 

-50  Tappan  Hall. 

Louis  Richard  Swift 

...Oberlin .. 

Mr.  Swift's. 

James  Alpheus  Thomas - 

-. -Oberlin 

-  7  North  Water  st. 

Benjamin  Thompson 

.  ..Urbana 

-47  West  College  st. 

D  WIGHT  Baldwin  Ward 

. .  .Mattawan,  Mich 

Chapel. 

Newton  Wyeth 

...New  Way 

-59  East  College  st. 

Sarah  Jane  Be  bout 

--.Savannah  

.      Ladies'  Hall. 

Mary  Emily  Case 

---Milan 

-  8  Forest  st. 

Ellen  Amanda  Hayes _. . 

_  -  -  Hanover 

.       Ladies'  Hall. 

Essie  Eliza  Johnson 

.-.Fitchville 

-48  West  College  st. 

Alice  Edwards  Mead 

-.-Oberlin 

-  9  Elm  St. 

Mary  Braman  Rockwood 

---Oberlin  ..     .- 

.18  North  Main  st. 

Mary  Elvira  Temple 

-  -  -Birmingham 

.12  North  Professor  st. 

Ida  Elfleda  Willcutt 

--,  Oberlin 

-19  North  Main  st. 

Sophomores 

±1. 

FRESHMAN    CLASS. 

Leander  Jefferson  Aldrich.. 

-  -  -Conklingsville.N.  Y. 

-23  West  Lorain  st. 

David  Edwin  Barney 

---La  Porte,  Ind 

-  3  Elm  St. 

Ervin  Robert  Barney 

--.May wood.  111 

.  4  East  Lorain  st. 

John  Henry  Beacom 

- .  -Mechanicstown 

Mr.  Hayward's. 

Julius  Jacob  Bliss 

— Bainbridge 

36  North  Main  st. 

Watson  Elliott  Boise 

.-.Bellevue 

.  3  Elm  St. 

OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


13 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROO.MS. 

Harry  Cake Fostoria 2  "West  College  st. 

Allans-  Monroe  Clark Cleveland 25  North  Professor  st. 

HuRLBURT  Erastus  Cole StrongsvUle 2  College  Place. 

Charles  Morse  Collier Salem,  Oregon 9i  East  Lorain  st. 

Harvey  Wilson  CoMPTON Coshocton 6  West  Lorain  st. 

JosiAH  W.  Craig . Southington 4  East  Lorain  st. 

John  William  Cunnick Mineral  Ridge 59  East  College  st. 

Darius  Lyman  Edwards Oberlin 79  North  Main  st. 

Williston  Fish Berlin  Heights 36  West  College  st. 

Clarence  Ross  Gale Jamestown,  N.  Y Society  Hall. 

AYiLLiAM  McLean  Grauam Oshkosh,  Wis 21  West  Lorain  st. 

Ferris  Samuel  Hafford Fremont 36  North  Main  st. 

Byron  Bement  Harrison La  Grange 48  South  Main  st. 

David  Alexander  Haylor Oberlin Mr.  Haylor's. 

William  Kaiser Gnadeuhutten 14  East  Lorain  st. 

Jonathan  Edward  Kidder Kiantone,  N.  Y 9i  East  Lorain  st. 

Charles  LooMis Freedom 4  East  Lorain  st. 

Edwin  Benedict  Loveland Oberlin 1  South  Professor  st. 

Arthur  William  Lyon Wauseon 23  West  Lorain  st. 

Daniel  Magnus Oberlin 33  Tappan  Hall. 

Oscar  Homer  McConoughey Oberlin 64  North  3Iain  st. 

George  Lewis  Nichols Oberlin 13  East  Lorain  st. 

Arthur  Powell Sharon ". 34  West  College  st. 

George  Andrews  Ramsey New  Lisbon 25  East  College  st. 

George  Cheever  Roberts Oberlin 46  North  Main  st. 

Dewitt  Nath.\n  RosECRANs Colliuwood 2  College  Place. 

Jacob  Albright  Shawan Urbana 8  Forest  st. 

Alfred  Lee  Stewart Melvern,  Ka 41  South  3Iain  st. 

Ernest  Nathan  Warden Oberlin West  Lorain  st. 

Maurice  Melville  Warner Plainfield,  111 23  West  Lorain  st. 

Francis  Timothy  Waters Lenox 40  West  Lorain  st. 


Frances  Eaton  Alden Rockland,  Me 7  Forest  st. 

Ella  Maria  Bailey Russia 42  North  Main  st. 

Ida  Beagle Blissfield,  Mich 21  East  College  st. 

Agnes  Caldwell.-.. Erie,  Pa..- 16  East  Lorain  st. 

Eva  Josephine  Ce  as Oberlin 2  North  Professor  st. 

Ida  Eleanora  Ceas -  Oberlin 2  North  Professor  st. 


14  O BERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Eva  Lillian  HcttchingS-- Obcrlin 7  Morgan  st. 

SrsiE  Kendall Cavendish,  Vt 32  South  Prof c-ssor  st. 

EvANGELiXE  Lamb Oberlin 31  South  Mainst. 

Matiia  Lamb Oberlin 31  South  Main  st. 

Nettie  Luanna  Munson Oberlin 18  North  Professor  st. 

Emma  Julia  Safford Madison .  2  Elm  st. 

Abbie  Kkum  Tdttle West  Andover Ladies' Hall. 

Freshmen 50, 


O BERLIN  COLLEGE.  ]5 


LITERARY  COURSE 


FACULTY. 

JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 

JAMES  DASCOMB.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS. 

CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL.  JUDSON  SMITH.  ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT. 

JAMES  K.  NEWi  ON.      GEORGE  H.  WHITE.      MRS.  A.  A   F.  JOHNSTON. 

JAMES  R.  SEVERANCE.         MISS  CALISTA  ANDREWS. 

STUDENTS. 
FOURTH     YEAR. 

N.\MES.  RESIDENCES, 

Addie  Eliza  Adair Osawottomie,  Kan. 

Mettie  Victoria  Aldrich Dover. 

Esther  Amelia  Barnes Tallmadge. 

Frances  Amelia  Bassett Dundee,  N.  Y. 

Josephine  Boyd  Bateham Painesville. 

Saraii  Tyler  Bean Binghamton,  N.  Y. 

MiTTiE  Artemisia  Bebout. Savannah. 

Anabelle  Campbell Oberlin. 

Harriet  Lee  Cooper Fredricktovpn. 

Emily  Ewing. ...Randolph,  N.  Y. 

Amanda  Jane  Frow Winchester. 

Mary  Ellen  Gaston Sterling,  111. 

Mary  Minerva  Hunt Otto,  N.  Y. 

Maria  Eliza  Lane Wellington. 

Caroline  Louise  Leonard Scotland,  Mass. 

Anna  Janes  Mead West  Cornwall,  Vt. 

Hannah  Hattie  Meeker. Huron. 

Harriet  Allen  Munger Galva,  111. 

Justitia  Azalia  Parsons. LaGrange. 

Emelia  Jane  Royce Oberlin. 

Mary  Belinda  Smith Worthington,  Minn. 

Effleda  Veronica  Thompson. Medina. 

Fannie  Julia  Webster Berlin,  Wis. 

Sarah  Jane  Woodson - Berlin. 

Alice  Wright. - Port  Clinton. 

Andrevt  Cummings Oberlin. 

Fred  Webster Rawsonville. 

Fourth   Year 27 > 


16  O BERLIN  COLLEGE. 


THIRD    YEAR. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Jii.iA  May  Adams Perrysburg. 

Florence  Millie  Buck Sandusky. 

Annette  Isadore  Burr. Oberlin. 

Charlotte  Ann  Burr.  -  - Morrison,  111. 

Jennie  Abbie  Calkins... Pulaski,  N.  Y. 

Clara  Lydia  Clisbee Oberlin. 

Lydi A  Virginia  Cone Painesville. 

Emma  Rebecca  Coughey North  Kingsville. 

Sara  Savage  Crosby Aurora,  111. 

Fannie  Eva  Edwards  Oberlin. 

Carolyn  El:z.\beth  Eldred Olmstead. 

Grace  Augusta  Fairchild Oberlin. 

Ella  Eliza  Gates New  London. 

Anna  Elizabeth  Harter Crawfordsville,  Ind. 

Mary  Pamelia  Hill Flemington,  N.  J. 

Frances  Maria  Keep Oberlin. 

Loretta  Elvira  Kennedy Brunswick. 

Mary  Tryphena  Leonard Oberlin. 

Minnie  Hudson  Letcher Fayette. 

Mary  Jane  Mawhir. Westfield,  N.  Y. 

Mabel  Maxweli- Boulder,  Col. 

Lizzie  Ann  Meadows Elyria. 

Helen  Josephine  Millspaugh Clinton,  Mich. 

Charlotte  Jane  ]\Ioore Galesburg,  111. 

Emma  Hannah  Moore Galesburg,  111. 

Helen  Abbie  Pepoon Painesville. 

*CoRA  Mary  Pounds Oberlin. 

Mary  Alice  Reed Bellevue. 

Elsie  Jane  Reynolds Painesville. 

Lydia  Roana  Sheldon Whittlesey. 

Eleanor  Mattie  Spencely ..Galena,  111. 

Eva  Elmina  Wallace Lorain. 

Laura  Williams Oberlin. 

Rosa  Olive  Wilmot Oberlin. 

Effie  May  Wood Elyria. 

Third  Year ...35. 

♦Deceased. 


O BERLIN  COLLEGE.  17 


SECOND     YEAR. 

NAiMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Ellen  Adams Penysburg. 

Sarah  Ann  Anderton Bedford. 

Amanda  Salojie  Austin North  Eaton. 

Marion  Eliza  Corey . Hunlsburg. 

Julia  Marana  Cotes ......... ......... .Brecksville. 

M-A.RGARET    BuRTON   CoWLES .... .. JeffcrSOD. 

Myra  Celia  Fellows Chagrin  Falls. 

Martha  Maria  Haskell North  Bloomfield. 

Idella  Medora  Hawley Aurora,  111. 

Ida  May  Hull Sandusky. 

Alice  Viola  Hyde Oberlin. 

Helen  Henrietta  Lord Ravenna. 

Id.^  Louise  Miller Grant  City,  Iowa. 

Olive  Phelps  Miller Grant  City,  Iowa. 

Mary  Garfield  Parks Oberlin. 

Ida  Melissa  Parmenter Vermontville,  Mich. 

Jennie  Paton xVlmont,  Mich. 

Louise  Folts  Raney Raymond,  Wis. 

Anna  Mayo  Rich Elyria. 

Sara  Huldah  Roe Madison. 

Mattie  Lela  Rood Oberlin. 

Francelia  Josephine  Spitzer Medina. 

Lou  Massey  Tracy .Mansfield. 

Stella  Maria  Tuttle West  Audover. 

Florence  Tyler Warren. 

Bella  Josephine  Waite . Eddytown,  N.  Y. 

Alice  Jane  Warren Wayne. 

Emily  Amelia  Warriner Claridon. 

Margaret  Diantha  Wells.. Claridon. 

Mary  A.  Whedon Oberlin. 

Mattie  M-^ria  Winslow Aurora,  111. 

Julia  Ann  Woodson -- -Berlin. 

St.\nley  Ernest  Wilmot .Claridon. 

Second  Year 55. 

3 


18 


ODERLIN  COLLEGE. 


F  III  S  T     YEAR. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

M.\ iic.vuKT  SiiAW  Bacon Oberlin. 

Ln-LiE  Esther  Ball Huron. 

Jennie  Eldigekt  Barnard Seville. 

Ct.aka  Gertrude  Baknuakt . - Cliippewa  Lake. 

Eva  Ahai!km,a  Beebe Point  Marblehead. 

"WiLi.iANNA   Benciiley ..    Iloustoii,  Texas. 

.Makv  Adella  Bradley Bangkok,  Siam. 

Eugenia  Gushing Huron. 

Ida  Lurana  Field Oberliu 

Laura  Susanna  Ford Oberl in. 

Mary  Ellen  Guy Harmer. 

Clara  Harrison Granville,  111. 

Nellie  Elmina  Hawley ..    Munkato,  ]\Iinn. 

Mariquita  Hayes Hanover. 

Addie  Whipple  Heald Canton,  111. 

Fannie  Nash  Henry ...Oberlin. 

Flora  Hoyt  Henry Oberlin. 

Louisa  D.  Faucett  Hogue Salem. 

Rebecca  Leavens Portville,  N.  Y. 

Mary  Corinna  Loomis Lodi. 

Gertrude  Newcomer Shannon,  111. 

Sarah  Newton Oberlin. 

Mary  Cowles  Penfield Oberlin. 

Mary  Eveline  Percival Portville,  N.  Y. 

Ella  Elizabeth  Post Belleville. 

Florence  Adelaide  Post Belleville. 

Ella  Roe Madison. 

Ella  Mary  Searle Portville,  N.  Y. 

Mary  Elizabeth  Singer Waterville. 

Mary  Lenora  Thayer Garret t sville. 

Mattie  AVinipred  Wheeler ...Shelby. 

Stella  Susan  AVright Oberlin. 

Frank  Gordon  Robb Oberlin. 

First  Year S3. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  19 


IN    SELECT    STUDIES. 

NAMES  RESIDENCES. 

Lewis  Leffingwell  Campbell Mineral  Ridge. 

RosEWELL  Clinton  Canfield New  Rochester. 

Howard  Handel  Carter Tallmadge. 

Oliver  Hobart  Chapin Spartansburg,  Pa. 

James  Henry  Condit Tontogany. 

Clarence  Warren  Cooke Honolulu,  S.  I. 

Clarence  Cranston Milford  Centre. 

LuciEN  Edmond  Danks Obeiiin. 

Jesse  Edward  Eddy Ricliville,  N.  Y. 

George  Dunbar  Edwards Chicago,  111. 

William  Nahum  Gates Elyria. 

Charles  Harpham  Hoppner Havana,  111. 

Joseph  Jackson Mason,  Mich. 

Charles  S.  Leepeh Monticello,  111. 

Charles  Craig  Levan Shelby ville,  Mo. 

Charles  Frederick  Loweth Oberlin. 

John  Nicholas  Martincheff Samakov,  Bulgaria. 

Dudley  Allen  Meacham Clay,  Iowa. 

Oscar  Burnham  Moss Zanesville. 

Horace  Greeley  Murdock Rensselaer  Falls,  N.  Y, 

Fred  J.  Owen New  York,  N.  Y. 

Seward  Sheldon  Palmer Arcade,  N.  Y. 

Sydney  James  Parsons . Fairport,  N.  Y. 

Charles  Samuel  Penfield Bucyrus. 

Robert  Alexander  Pinn Oberlin. 

Harlan  Pomekoy Strongsville. 

Charles  Byron  Robinson Russell. 

Charles  Howard  Sawyer --  Kent. 

Commodore  Stephen  Decatur  Shaw  an Urbana. 

George  Henry  Starring. Clarkslon,  Mich. 

Ernest  V.  Underbill Lagrange. 

George  Barney  Walker ..Ricliville,  N.  Y. 

Charles  Edward  Winslow Aurora,  111. 

Jacob  R.  Young...   Mt.  Vernon. 


20 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE 


NAMES.  RESIDEN'CES. 

]\[aky  Lavinia  Alter Camp  Point,  111. 

Nina  Ruth  Bacon Obeilin. 

Mauy  Mougan  Bean- Bingbamton,  N.  Y. 

Rose  McDonald  Bloun'L' Evansville,  Ind. 

Mkiiitabel  Teller  Bunker Cartliage. 

Minnie  Gray  Coxhead Oakland,  Cal. 

C LARA  DoNNELL Grcensburg,  Ind. 

Myra  Adelle  Edwards Obeilin. 

KiTTK  Isadore  Guile Owosso,  Micb. 

IIattie  Winter  Howard Faribault,  Minn. 

Delora  Iona  Jenkins Oberliu. 

Sarah  Jane  Price Union  Station. 

Mary  Anna  Sheffield Napoleon. 

E.MMA  Jane  Smith. Oberlin. 

Maggie  Stratton Stratford,  Ct. 

Ella  Frances  Webster Redwing,  Minn. 

Mary  Elizabeth  Wheaton Barre,  Vt. 

Phoebe  Eliza  AVilliams Wauseon. 

In  Select  Studies 52. 


CLASSICAL  SCHOOL. 


WILLIAM  G.  FROST. 


INSTRUCTORS. 


GEORGE  H.  WHITE,  Principal. 

EINION  C.  EVANS. 

Miss  CALISTA  ANDREWS. 


JEROME  D.  MILLS. 


STUDENTS. 


SENIOR     CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Benjamin  Franklin  Aldridge Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Joseph  Fletcher  Bacon Oberlin. 

R.  Evans  Barrett Sprin g  Valley. 

Robert  Case  Beebe Burg  Hill. 

Charles  William  Black Columbus. 

Samuel  Ashley  Blake Euclid. 

Elmer  Delazon  Bostwick Edinburg. 

Frank  Arthur  Breck Parker  City,  Pa. 

Orln  Baxter  Cady Oberlin. 

AYiLLiAM  Embert  Chamberlain Oberlin. 

Edward  Payson  Churchill Oberlin. 

Alfred  Ely  Colton Hudson,  Mich. 

Charles  Stebbins  Doggett Niagara  Falls,  N.  Y. 

Willis  Franklin  Day Oberlin. 

Edward  Wilbur  Doane Oberlin. 

William  Fisher  Dodge Cincinnati. 


22 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Cii.MU.Ks  W.vTKKiuHY  FisH -- .Cleveland. 

NoEi,  Gai-e - Madison. 

Cii.vHi.Ks  Dk  Akmond  IIaruison Granville,  111. 

Wii.i.iAM  Edwaud  IIakrison Van  Couver's  Island,  B.  C. 

James  Edward  Henderson Nashville,  Tenn. 

Horace  Apollos  Holcomb Romeo,  Mich. 

James  Wilbur  IIolton Savannah. 

John  David  Jones Kichvillc,  N.  Y. 

Wii.ijAM  OwKN  Jones Richvillo,  N.  Y. 

J.iiiN  .Mn.io.N  KiLi.ETS Bryan. 

John  William  Kirk Canal  Fulton. 

John  Willard  Lanehart Belleville 

FuANK  B.  McDaniel Oberlin. 

William  Nelson  McLennan Salineville. 

Julian  Co.\ts  Moore South  Toledo. 

Julian  Conrad  Paddock Oberlin. 

William  Hknkv  Peck Oberlin. 

1  Ii 'W  A  Ki)  EvKKETT  Perry Clcvehind. 

Horace  Greeley  Redington South  Amherst. 

Willis  (Jakky  Reed Htirtford. 

James  Windham  Richards Ruilaud. 

George  Elwyn  Rose Ely ria. 

John  Joseph  Schmid  i- Euclid. 

Arthur  Lron  Shumway Madison. 

Washington  Simms Greenville,  Mich. 

Horace  Smith 

Eddy  Herbert  Spoor Traverse  City,  Mich. 

Sidney  Dix  Strong Seville. 

Eugene  Thompson Medina. 

John  Caldwell  Thompson Urbana. 

Louis  Henry  Turner Faribault,  Minn. 

William  James  Turner Seville. 

Ben.iamin  Adolphus  Vaughan Peakesville,  Mo. 

Charles  Myron  AVebster Red  Wing,  Minn. 

Mills  Wiiitilesey New  Preston,  Ct. 

Thai..  I,., hen  Wilson.. De  Puyster,  N.  Y. 

Elbekt  .M yrton  Woodard. Kirtland. 

Abneii  Mac  k  Wooster.. PawPaw,Mich. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


23 


NAMES.  RESIDENXES. 

Alice  Estelle  Burt Oberlin. 

Jennie  Olive  Corp Athens. 

Eya  Lucinda  Emory .. Prophetstown,  111. 

Anna  Luella  Ferguson Oberlin. 

LiNA  Lee  Frayer Carson. 

Clorinda  Margaret  Spear Aurora,  111. 

Elizabeth  Adams  Nichols Oberlin. 

Emma  Younglove Rochester,  Minn. 

Seniors 02. 


MIDDLE    CLASS. 

Fayette  Gilman  Appleton Victory,  Vt. 

Harry  Wales  Bascom Greensburg. 

Seloy  Andrew  Bass West  Randolph,  Yt. 

Herbert  Wilbtje  Bessey Seville. 

JosiAH  Harlan  Bellows Weeping  Water,  Neb. 

James  Albert  Blair Cortland. 

Ecgens  Bodel Faj'ette. 

Alfred  David  Be  ay Mendon,  111. 

John  Charles  Bucklix Grand  Rapids. 

William  Norris  Burr Wadsworth. 

Albert  Bctton . Osage,  la. 

Daniel  Duncan  Cameron West  Bend,  Wis. 

John  Price  Carruthers Mansfield. 

Alpha  Weight  Carter Tallmadge. 

Charles  Nathaniel  Chadbourn Rochester,  Minn. 

Plipton  B.  Chase Sparta. 

Charles  Henry  Clague Dover. 

Joseph  Franklin  Clapp New  Hudson,  Mich. 

Walter  Disp.ro  Close Henrietta. 

Edward  Bishop  Cornell Dundee,  N.  Y. 

George  M.  Derk Sharon. 

James  William  Dorr Cortland. 

Elisha  Brighton  Durfee. Marion 

William  Winsoe  Epps Tampico. 


o.|  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


^.^^,B^  RESIDENCES. 

James  Thome  FAiRcniLP Oberlin. 

EuwAKi)  LrrnKuFnEEMAN-- .^.Otisville,  Mich. 

Pa VII.  KimAR  French     .   Oberlin. 

Edward  Payson  Gale. .^. Jamestown,  N.  Y. 

QriNOY  Alakson  Gillmork TiOrain. 

Lerot  Jo.sEpn  GiLSON Middleficld. 

CnAui.Es  Graefe Sandusky. 

Artih-r  Hill  Griffiths Ricliville,  N.  Y. 

Daniel  Merrit  Guy Zanesville. 

('harles  R.  Hanxan Dowagiac,  Mich. 

Elias  Newton  Harmot Savannah. 

George  Curtis  Hatch West  Faimington. 

James  Monroe  Henderson Evansville,  Ind. 

Webster  Lynd  Hendrick Richvillc,  N.  Y. 

Willis  Phelps  Hendrick.. Richville,  N.  Y. 

Homer  Hill Senecaville. 

Thomas  Hill Mayfield. 

Thomas  A.  Humphrey Delplios. 

Arrtas  Augustine  Hyde.. Wetmore,  Kan. 

HuTCHiNs  Inge Danville,  Va. 

Joseph  James  Jackson Mason,  Mich. 

James  William  Johnson Washington. 

William  Heuben  JonN.soN Cincinnati. 

Charles  Brougham  Jones Oberlin. 

Thomas  H.  Jones Richville,  N.  Y. 

LoREN  WiNsoR  Jordan Bucyrus. 

William  C.  Kitchen.. Oxford,  Mich. 

Alfred  MoCaskey. Sulphur  Springs. 

Alvan  Adams  McGarry Col  well. 

George  Herbert  Mead Oberlin. 

William  Millkr Vine  Ridge. 

Frkderic  Myron  Mitchell Peru. 

GEor.GE  W.  Myers Canal  Fulton. 

Alphoszo  Parish  Olin. Leroy. 

Frank  Styles  Owen Catawba  Island. 

Robert  Aigu.st  William  Peter Winesburg. 

Frank  Howard  Plummer Chicago,  111. 

Vernon  1 1  arris  Rood Oberlin. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  25 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

James  Henet  Sanders Madison,  Ind. 

George  Heset  Santoed Bridgeport,  Ct. 

Peier  William  Sr hades Elj-ria. 

Edward  Adelbert  Shannafelt Cassopolis. 

Charles  J.  Siddall Ob^rlin. 

George  A.   Smith New  London. 

JoHX  Jacob  Smith Prophetstown,  111. 

John  Wilson  Smith Sarabsville. 

Townsend  Smith Chicago. 

George  Franklin  Soliee Str\'ker. 

Willis  Peck  Speeet Tallmadge. 

Samcel  Wales  Stevens Windham. 

Eben  BrcKiNGHAM  Stceges Mansfield. 

Albert  Joseph  Thrasher Burton. 

Daniel  Lathrop  Tract Mansfield. 

Hen-rt  Davis  Travis West  Point. 

Andrew  Rollin  Tressler Bryan. 

Charles  Joshua  Tucker Caneadea,  N.  Y. 

George  Wells  Tyler Oberlin. 

William  J.  Vickery Evansville,  Ind. 

John  Martin  Vincent Elyria. 

Ch-ampion  James  Waring Post  Mills,  Vt. 

Eli  Cone  Williams Wauseon. 

jMalcom  William  Wise Pittsburg,  Pa. 

Harriet  Cushman ■- Mattoon,  111. 

Josephine  Laura  Fish Florence. 

Effie  Maria  Hyde Wetmore,  Kan. 

Middles 89. 


JUNIOR    CLASS. 

Joseph  X.  Amor Glenville. 

James  Oscar  Anderson Cleveland. 

Thomas  Jefferson  Archer Cardington. 

Burton  J.  Ashley.  Marengo. 


o(j  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES 


RESIDENCES. 


Newtdn  EMKitsox  Bacon -  - .Colebrook. 

LoiiKXZo  Thomas  Badies.. -- Gambler. 

Gayloud  Case  Bailey Cleveland. 

GKomiE  Edwahd  Benxingiiopp Meadville,  Pcnn. 

Cti Aiii.Es  Chester  Boxstel Oberlin. 

I Ikzkki Ail  Fkktciiek  Bcyd Jelloway. 

Juiix  Edward  Bryan - Solsberry,  Ind. 

James  M.  Birhans Wakeman. 

J.  WiLBER  Chapman Richmond,  Ind. 

IIexicy  Joxes  Clapp Pittsfield,   Mnss. 

Ei'CEXE  Calvin  Coulter Fowler. 

Irving  Edward  Dale Oberlin. 

David  Crockett  Fisher Oberlin. 

"Walter  Ewing  Foster Osborne,  Kan. 

CrRTiss  Leroy  Fox Warren. 

"WiLLARD  AsHTON  FiusiEK Lockport,  111. 

James  Warfield  Freeman London. 

Fred  E.  Fuller Oneida,  III. 

Wii.i.iAM  IIexry  Gardner Pentwater,  Mich. 

James  IIexry  Garnett Oberlin. 

John  FitAXK  Gilson Middlefield. 

Arthur  Hill  Griffith . Richfield,  N.  Y. 

A  RTiiuR  Webster  Hall Selma,  Ala. 

William  Henry  Hanciiett.. Kaneville,  111. 

Amandus  Benjamin  Hanshue Mendon. 

Wii. 1,1AM  I5t  RToN  Harrison Pagetown. 

Winfield  Burton  Hatch Oberlin. 

Vernon  A.  Herrick Chester. 

Charles  C.  Hershiser Washington. 

(Jeorge  Hill Chiliicothe. 

EvERTox  RoiJERTsoN  HousTON Olivesburg. 

George  Morris  Huffaker Council  Grove,  Kan. 

Artim  R  Asa  Jaques Oberlin. 

Amos  Morei.l  Kent Genoa, 

Orix  James  Lawrence ...Alma  City,  Minn. 

Frank  Nichols  Leavens Fairbault,  Minn. 

Charles  Sumner  Lke Farmington. 

Samuel  Morris  Lewis Ottawa. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES, 

JoHX  Alexander  Lowrie Rochester. 

Frank  Wilbur  Lutz Elmore. 

Charles  Francis  Manter Grafton. 

George  Clinton  Marsh Michigan  City,  Ind. 

William  Oscar  McCurdy West  Point. 

Omar  Ross  McWhinney Richmond,  Ind. 

George  William  Morris Oberliu. 

George  Wesley  Myers Canal  Fulton. 

Charles  Howard  North Oberlin. 

William  Charles  Northrop Olmsted  Falls. 

Andrew  Jackson  Outtekside Galv-eston,  Tex. 

Oliver  Elwood  Pagin .      South  Bend,  Ind. 

Charles  F.  Pierson Mallet  Creek. 

Jesse  K.  Pierson .Goodrich,  Mich. 

John  M.  Pittinger Spencer. 

John  Dctdley  Pope Wadswortli,  111. 

Lewis  Rogers  Scott Wakeman. 

Charles  Nelson  Sheldon Euclid. 

Charles  Carter  Shepard Highland  Park,  111. 

Hezekiah  Shorter Lawrence,  Kan. 

Yancy  Benjamin  Sims Selma,  Ala. 

James  Porter  Smead Madison. 

Frank  Emerson  Smith Richville,  N.  Y. 

Henj{y  Augusttts  Smith Solon. 

Orrin  Joseph  Smith Oberlin. 

Frederick  I-ves  Stebbins Houston  Creek,  N.  Y. 

E-\^ret  Lincoln  Stratton New  York,  N.  Y. 

Erwin  Clark  Swartz Beaver  Falls,  Pa. 

Merton  Edward  Thompson Oberlin. 

John  Charles  Turner Ostrander. 

Orin  Orlando  Wadsworth ... River  Styx. 

Beverly  Byrd  Watson River  Styx. 

David  Lucas  Watson Detroit,  3Iich. 

George  Clarence  Wester'.'elt Oberlin. 

Herbert  Eugene  Wester"\^elt Oberlin. 

William  Joseph  Wheeler Shelby. 

Eddy  Perry  Wilmot Oberlin. 

Robert  Clarence  Wilson Slippery  Rock,  Pa. 


2H 


O BERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMRS.  RESIDENCES. 

EicK.NK  David  Wi.nfiki,d Defiance. 

.M.M.coi.M  \Vii,i,i.\M  Wise Pittsburg,  Pa. 

A.NDHKW    WlTIIEUUP - OllGilin. 

.loii.N  Oiti.AXDo  Zeuhe Osnaburgh. 

Juniors 84:. 


i 


( 

OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

29 

ENGLISH  SCHOOL 

• 

a  ANDREWS. 

KE.';iDENCES. 

Troy,  Mo. 

Bellevue. 

Grafton. 

INSTRUCTORS. 

JAMES  H.  LAIRD,  Principal. 
HOB  ART  K.  PAINTER.                        MISS  CALIST 

STUDENTS. 
GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES. 

George  Bannister  Abbott, 

Franklin  James  Aigler 

Scott  Aldrich 

Leando  William  Bates 

Lafayette  Blair ... 

Oberlin. 

Cortland. 

Isaac  Newton  Bowman 

Royal  Burton  Brackett 

Samuel  Reed  Bradley 

William  Eugene  Bragg 

William  Henri  Bregenzer 

..Upper  Sandusky. 

Bristolville. 

Toledo. 

Troy,  Mo. 

Warrensville. 

Hiram  Herman  Brosius Summerville,  Pa. 

James  L.  Brown Kinderhook. 

Clark  Cady South  Wright,  Mich. 

William  Alexander  Campbell Sales ville. 

John  Wallace  Carpenter .  .                        North  Eaton. 

Simeon  Pitt  Carpenter 

Elmer  Ezra  Carrier ... 

John  Price  Carruthers 

George   Chandler 

Herbert  Constant  Chapman 

WiLKiE  Chapman 

Clarence  Oscar  Clark 

Vermillion. 

Rochester. 

... Mansfield. 

Oberlin. 

Ridgeville. 

Huntington. 

.Springville,  N.  Y. 

■  1 

:M)  O BERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Lewis  Lorenzo  Ci.akk  Akron. 

J.\>iEs  Meuton  Clakk Elyria. 

Geokce  L.  Cooper Grinncll,  Iowa. 

Walter  IIenuy  Coklett "Warrensville. 

Tiu'E  L.  Cr.vgin --. Lagrange. 

(iKoRC.E  Russell  Creiiore Slieffield. 

Lew ls  IIammoxd  Curl Belief ontaine. 

Joseph  Edward  Cuyler Avon  Lake. 

I RVTNG  Edward  Dale Oberlin. 

John  Ellfaii  D.wies Pittsville. 

MiLTox  Henry  DeLong Copley  Centre. 

John  Le.wings  Denham Cleveland. 

Deloraine  Deforest  Denman Sandusky. 

WiLLL\M  F.  Denman Wakeman. 

WrLLLXM  N.  Denman Wakeman. 

RoHERT  Jasper  Dennisox .  Greensburg. 

Henry  Atfierton  Dewolf Marion. 

Charles  Warren  Dickens Memphis,  Tenn. 

Henry  Winslow  Dillard Wabaunsee,  Kan. 

Ernest  Dunning Avon  Lake. 

Wir.i.iAM  Ezra  Dunning Corry,  Pa. 

THO.MAS  DuNSTAN Calumet,  :Micb. 

(Jeorge  C.  Eiirhard North  Amherst. 

GoMER  Garaldis  Evaxs North  Jackson. 

Charles  Henry  Fish Cincinnati. 

Charles  Wellington  Fitch ShefTeld  Lake. 

Baxter  Todd  French Oberlin. 

Cassius  Clay  Frost Cardington. 

George  Uriah  Gale Sullivan. 

Walter  Algenus  Gay.. North  Eaton. 

Irwin  Glass Texarkana,  Ark. 

Mitchell  Glass Texarkana,  Ark. 

Donald  Francis  Gibrs .Oberlin. 

Styles  Justin  Gillett Wayne. 

Cii a ules  Johnson  Goss Oberlin. 

Chaulks  AiniiuR  Gott Lagrange. 

Charles  William  Gott Lagrange. 

George  Richard  Griffiths.... Cincinnati. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENXES. 

Otto  Hageman Black  River. 

Charles  Prescott  Heald Canton,  111. 

Wilson  Kexip  Hoover Kipton. 

Hubbard  McKee  Hoyt Four  Corners. 

LoxjGHBURY  Hutchinson Oberlin. 

Franklin  Hiram  Ingersoll West  TTnion. 

Francis  Jackson Laporle. 

Fredrick  Henry  Jackson Laporte. 

Clyde  Burton  Jameson Avon. 

George  W.  Johnson Ashtabula. 

Orland  Wirt  Johnson Marion. 

Leonard  Bishop  Jones Pentield. 

Theodore  Albert  Kane Corydon. 

Zachariah  Kitchen Spencer. 

Henry  Bernhart  Kuechmann Brownhelm. 

Leonard  William  Ladd Weston. 

John  Rufus  Lees Eden. 

Alphonso  Lindsley Penfield. 

Edward  Lorin  Loomis Scotch  Ridge. 

William  Cleveland  Manuel Olmsted  Falls. 

Charles  McDonald East  Clarksficld. 

Charles  Augustus  McFarland Solon. 

Frank  Elwood  McKellogg North  Fairfield. 

George  Chapin  Moody Woodburj^  111. 

William  Gibson  Mui^yan ^ Charleston. 

Orlo  Clayton  Nelson Olmsted. 

Allen  Mason  Nichols North  Eaton. 

Luther  Herbert  Nichols Twinsburg. 

William  Henry  Oakes Brecksville. 

Ira  Allen  Pease Lagrange. 

Howard  Penfield .Penfield. 

William  Henry  Penn Ironton. 

Edward  Arthur  Pierce, Warren. 

Edwin  Thompson  Pierce Medina. 

Mason  Riley  Powell Norwich. 

George  Foster  Prentiss Windham,  Yt. 

George  Reber Sandusky. 

James  Augustus  Reed Vanatta. 


32  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  KESIDENCES. 

(Jkouc.e  Hii.i.^iON  Reeves Cleveland. 

Jonx  Snow  Heynolds - WasUinglon,  D.  C. 

Kkancis  Noktox  Rhodes Oberlin. 

TuoM.vs  Hii.EY. . . - - Elyria. 

C'lr.vui.Es  Robinson Helena,  Ky. 

Wii.i.i.v.M  Newton  Robinson. -  - Kenton. 

M.vNi.ius  RooEUs. ..    Brookfield,  Da.  Ter. 

Clayton  John  Rood Berlin  Heights. 

Ch.\ ules  Addison  Root Adrian,  Mich. 

Charles  Giddings  Sakford Avoca,  la. 

Louis  Schieu Cleveland. 

Solomon  Shawueh Wapakoneta. 

Edwaud  Hamilton  Sheafer Canal  Fulton. 

AucHiE  Powell  Singer, Oberlin. 

Joseph  Cyrus  Smith Fremont. 

Lauren  Smith Nova. 

Calvin  Solether Jerry  Cit J^ 

Wilson  Soletiieu Jerry  City. 

Charles  Oscar  Stahl Fremont. 

Charles  Fremont  Stebbins Houghton  Creek,  N.  Y. 

Horatio  Nelson  Stephenson Euclid. 

Oliver  Wilkins  Stoughton McChandlcrs,  (ia. 

Frank  Wa kken  Streator Oberlin. 

WiLBUK  John  Swartz Beaver  Falls,  Pa. 

Henry  Spencer  Swift i Calumet,  Mich. 

Richard  Jackson  Temple Vicksburg,  Miss. 

Ekwin  TEiuiELL Ridgeville. 

George  Sylvanus  Thomas Greenwich. 

Riun  Howard  Thompson Shawville. 

CiiAKLEs  Tucker .., Elyria. 

Edward  Leonidas  Vaughan _Peaksville. 

George  C.  Waite Lagrange. 

James  Edward  Wallace. Elyria. 

RicuAui)  Wallace.... ..Copper  Falls,  Mich. 

Thaddeus  Winfried  Waring Oberlin. 

Clarence  Wertzbaugiier Plaintield,  111. 

Anson  Olivkr  West Pittsiield. 

Fked  Clark  West Pittsfield. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  33 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Frais-k  White. "Wickliffe. 

John  Oscar  White - .  -Oberlin. 

George  Whitney Lawrence,  Kau. 

Otis  James  Whitney Pittsfield. 

William  Wight . Oberlin. 

Don  Bertrand  AVilmott . ...St.  Paul,  Minn. 

WiLLL\M  Edmond  Wilkins Glrard. 

Lewis  Wiltse . . . . Oberlin. 

Shepakd  Wood ........ ^ Sycamore,  111. 

Eliphalet  Bennia  Woodworth Irwin. 

Clinton  Wyeth . . New  Way. 

Gentlemen H7- 


LADIES. 

Alta  S.  Adams -  -  -Oberlin. 

Caeeie  Elizabeth  Andrews Romeo,  Mich. 

Mary  Eva  Andrus Oberlin. 

Josephine  Armstrong Rochester. 

Lillie  Josephixe  Armstrong Winchester,  Ind. 

Elma  B abcock Rochester. 

Florence  Estelle  Bacon' , Oberlin. 

Emma  Eliza  Barnard Oberlin. 

Elizabeth  Ann  Barnes Wakemau. 

Mary  Barnes Fitchvllle. 

Onie  a.    Barrett Clarkstield. 

Sarah  E.   Barrett ...Marion. 

Nancy  Elizabeth  Bates Belle%'ue. 

Kate  Baum New  Philadelphia. 

Mary  Ellen  Beams Selina. 

Louise  Bazin Oberlin. 

Lucy  Melvina  Boles. . .. Brecksville. 

Julia  Catherine  Booth Corpus  Christi,  Texas. 

Margaret  Delia  Bourne . Brecksville. 

Melva  Melinda  Bowen Mallet  Creek. 

Mattie  Bowman Upper  Sandusky. 

3 


;u  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

EuNMCE  Millie  Boyd Jelloway. 

BLAXcnE  BiucKEN Kinsman. 

Bettie  Amelia  Bradford. Port  Gibson.  Miss. 

Eliza  Maria  Breck Brecksville. 

AcRiLLA  May  Briggs.. New  London. 

Sarah  Emily  Brows Fredericktown. 

Jennie  Eliza  Buckland ...Hartford,  Conn. 

Lin  A  Amelia  Burt. Akron. 

Sarah  Ann  Butson. Oberlin. 

Alice  Maria  Carter — Sheffield. 

LoriSE  Smead  Carter .-    Sheffield. 

LiLLiE  Dill  Case Avon  Lake. 

Hattie  Inez  Chadwick Fairport,  N.  Y. 

Grace  Churchward Oberlin. 

SoPHRONiA  Clague Dover. 

Mattie  Cochran Marion. 

Elizabeth  A.  Cochrane Twinsburg. 

Ella  Sarah  Cole Mantua. 

Nellie  Louise  Cole Sparta,  Wis. 

Mary  Alice  Collier Owosso,  Mich. 

Fannie  Maria  Compton Collamer. 

Lulu  Cook Detroit,  Mich. 

Sophie  May  Corlett Toledo. 

Cora  Belle  Cotton Elyrla. 

LoD  Frazek  Cowan Sidney. 

Ella  Platt  Coxhead Oakland,  Cal. 

Adell  Virginia  Ceandall Portville,  N.  Y. 

Mary  Caroline  Creegan York,  Neb. 

May  Alice  Crittenden. Oberlin. 

Allie  a.  Crockett ...  Napoleon. 

Hattie  Clarissa  Crooker... Ashtabula 

Hattie  Ccrry Oberlin. 

Jennie  E.  Davis Vermillion. 

LoNA  Metta  Davis.. North  Eaton. 

LiLLiE  Sophia  Day Sheffield. 

Edith  May  Dayton... Oberlin. 

Nellie  Cordelia  Denman .Wakeman. 

Josephine  Derr Sharon. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  35 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Belina  Etta  Edie New  Philadelphia. 

Mary  Ellis Ceylon. 

Lois  Isabelle  Ejimons Kidgeville. 

Emma  Irene  Ernsberger Watervliet,  Mich. 

Ella  Jones  Farrar Oberlin. 

Mary  Etta  Feiil Marseilles. 

Emma  Ajianda  Fitch Lyndon,  111. 

Minnie  Agnes  Fitzgerald Mountain  Ash,  Eng. 

Florence  Eugenia  Gage Olmsted. 

Emma  Adelaide  Gillespie Milwaukee,  Wis. 

Agnes  Goss Oberlin. 

Alice  Dean  Gray Avon  Lake. 

Mary  Jane  Green Oberlin. 

Lizzie  Sarah  Gurney Chester  Cross  Roads. 

Mary  Ellen  Gurney. Chester  Cross  Roads. 

Myra  Adella  Hale Oberlin. 

Clara  Hall East  Rockport. 

Martha  R.  Hanchett Twinsburg. 

Susan  Ellen  Handyside. La  Grange. 

Ella  Serena  Haskins .Canaan. 

Alice  Mary  Heald Canton,  111. 

Myra  Amelia  Hecock Elyria. 

Selina  Ann  Hicks Danville. 

Anna  Louise  Hine Painesville. 

Hattie  Louise  Hinnman Ravenna. 

Lydia  Ann  Hollister Hancock,  Mich. 

Charlotte  Louise  Howard Lisle,  111. 

Hattie  Maria  Howk Penfleld. 

Jennie  Lind  Hunter Charlestown. 

LiLLiE  Edora  Jackson Greensburg. 

Susie  Elvina  James Austin,  Texas. 

Ella  Jamison Oberlin. 

Clara  Belle  Johnson Port  Clinton. 

Ida  Belle  Johnson Ripley. 

Ida  Jane  Jones Oberlin. 

Eleronia  Harriet  Joslin Pueblo,  Col. 

Ida  May  Kelly Crawfordsville,  Ind. 

LiNA  KiNSiNGER Oberlin. 


30  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES. 


RESIDENCES. 


Minnie  Kinsixger - Oberlin. 

Jenxie  Kocu Oberlin. 

Neitie  De  P:lla  Langstox. AVashingtoii,  D.  C. 

AxxA  Demoht  Lixton. Nelson. 

Kttie  Mandeuvili.E-- Camden. 

Lizzie  Maid  Mars Sheffield  Lake. 

Ella  Marsh --- La  Rue. 

Mary  McClelland Oberlin. 

Maijy  Clark  McClelland Newcastle,  Penn. 

Jennie  Belle  McIlrath -. North  Amherst. 

Mary  McKinxey Columbia,  S.  C, 

Ena  Jane  Mead New  London. 

Jennie  Belle  Mead East  Saginaw,  Mich. 

]Martiia  Thomas  ]\Ieans Oberlin. 

Elizabeth  Etherixgtox  ]\Ieek Will's  Creek. 

Laura  Melinda  Minier Oberlin. 

Belle  ]Moox Avon. 

Maggie  Munhollen Sullivan. 

Carrie  Anna  Munsox Oberlin. 

Minnie  Emily  Murry Plainfield,  111. 

Mamie  Joan  Nelson .  _  .Shalersville. 

Celie  Joan  Nichols Twinsburg. 

Cora  Maria  Nichols \ Faribault,  Minn. 

Kate  Ann  Nichols Twinsburg. 

Anna  Palmer .Napoleon. 

Maggie  Ann  Paton Almont,  Mich. 

Mary  Louise  Patterson Flint,   Mich. 

Ca kuie  Cole  Phelps Oberlin. 

Elnora  Helen  Porter Catawba  Island. 

Sarah  Ann  Porter ." Catawba  Island. 

Sarah  Elizabeth  Prinule Fremont. 

Bessie  Radcliff Briohton. 

Flora  IIattie  Randall Columbus,  Wis. 

Eliza  L.\vinia  Reed Twinsburo-. 

IIattie  Elizabeth  Reed Strongsville. 

BiA.NCA  Jane  Reese Canaan. 

Mauv  Ellen  Reese Canaan. 

Helen  Clara  Rk.nuarlt .Granville,  111. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  37 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

]\rAY  Richards Nova. 

Louise  Lucy  Robbixs Lsi  Grange. 

Mary  Yaxakman  Rockwood Obevlin. 

Rebecca  Eliz-Ujetii  RoiiBBAcnER Sandusky. 

JcsEPHixE  RoLLiN" Ridgcville. 

Emma  Jane  RosECRA^'s Oberlin. 

Mary  Catherine  Rothrock Copley. 

Anna  Frances  Ryder Sterling,  III. 

Jennie  Lansdale  Sawyer Belle vue. 

Harriet  Elizabeth  Schria^er Marseilles. 

Jennie  Searle Berkshire. 

JosiE  Senter Columbus. 

Alice  Sophronia   Sheldon . .Whittlesey. 

Belle  Phebe  Sheldon Avon  Lake. 

3L\RY  Lovina  Sibley Prophet's  Town. 

Anna  Tolman  Singer Oberlin. 

Clara  Elizabeth  Smith Bellevue. 

Ella  Mary  Smith Garrettsville. 

Emma  Belle  Smith Woodville. 

]\LvRi0N  Georgett  Smith CoUamer. 

Minnie  Le  Compt  Smith Leavenworth,  Kan. 

Anna  Henrietta  Springborn CoUamer. 

Cora  Maria  Squire Oberlin.. 

Myra  Stevens Windham. 

Sarah  Elmina  Stevens Windham. 

Minnie  Louise  Stratton New  York  City. 

Elmina  Mary  Tennant Kipton. 

Celia  Allura  Titus Volney,  Iowa. 

Hannah  Titus Avon  Lake. 

May  Trodden Andover,  Mass. 

Fannie  Jane  Turnt^r Faribault,  Minn. 

Mary  Frances  Van  D eren Mattoon,  111. 

Mary  Eliza  Walker North  Amherst. 

LoviNiA  Jane  Wallace Cleveland. 

3Iary  Edith  Ward Willoughby. 

Emma  Matilda  Warner Oberlin. 

Anna  E.  Welch Elyria. 

^IiNNiE  M.  Welch Elj-ria. 


88 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Bertie  Matilda  Wehrmeistkr Brownhelra. 

Claka  S.  Werden Pittsfield. 

Flora  Elizabeth  Whedon Oberlin. 

Agnes  White.- Willoughby. 

Lillie  Adeliise  White Willoughby. 

Victoria  White ---- Willoughby. 

Bertie  Wile? Oberlin. 

Betsey  Ann  Wilford Coe  Ridge. 

Blanche  Dellzetta  Williams Corry,  Perm. 

Mary  Willey Oberlin. 

Alice  Nancy  Wilmot Claridon. 

Emma  Jane  Woodworth Collins. 

Ladies -  - 185. 


FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.  ^AIRCHILD,  President. 

FENELON  B.  RICE,  Director. 

CALVIN  B.  CADY.  JAMES  R.  SEVERANCE.  FRANK  M.  DAVIS. 

L.  CELESTIA  WATTLES.  HELEN  M.  RICE. 


STUDENTS. 


GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Frederick  Martin  Allen Mansfield. 

Samuel  Davis  Allen Newcastle,  Pa. 

Charles  William  Bennett Black  Earth,  Wis. 

Willie   Bentley Geneva. 

Ernest  William  Blake North  Amherst. 

Samuel  Horace  Blakeslee Oberlin. 

William  Fremont  Blackman Kirksville,  Mo. 

Wilfred  Eugene  Boughton Alexandria,  Va. 

Frank  Arthur  Breck Parker  City,  Pa. 

Addison  Montgomery  Brinsmade Oberlin. 

Hiram  Hermon  Brosius Summerville,  Pa. 

Lyman  Willard  Burr Oberlin. 

OswiN  Cannan Camden. 

Charles  Nathaniel  Chadbourn Rochester,  Minn. 

Clarence  Warner  Cooke Sandwich  Islands. 

John  Joseph  Crawley Tuscola,  111. 

Ralph  Blymer  Day Oberlin. 

Burt  Erastus  Deyo Oberlin. 

Cladius  Buchanan  French Oberlin. 


40  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

EzKA  Gesaman North  Lawrence. 

George  Gesaman North  Lawrence. 

Stiles  Justin  Gillet Liudenville. 

George  Smith  Griffith Albany. 

George  Richard  Griffiths Cincinnati. 

Charles  Martin  Hall Oberlin. 

William  Abram  Henry Oberlin. 

EvERTON  Robertson  Houston Oliversburg. 

Syltanus  Converse  Huntington Pulaski,  N.  Y. 

John  Calvin  Irwin Ivera. 

Clyde  Burton  Jameson Avon. 

Arthur  Asa  Jaques Oberlin. 

Sherman  Newton  Kellogg -  -  Claridon. 

Rudolph  Leutzinger Netstall,  Switzerland. 

Charles  Bebee  Martin Oberlin. 

Samuel  McConaughy Penfield. 

Jerome  Dolson  Mills Canton,  111. 

Charles  Walthall  Morrison Freestone. 

Oscar  Burnham  Moss Zanesville. 

Robert  William  Moysey Kelly's  Island. 

HoBART  Kingsbury  Painter . Oberlin. 

Charles  Samuel  Penfield -  Bucyrus. 

Jesse  K.  Pierson Goodrich,  Mich. 

Hablan  Page  Roberts Oberlin. 

William  Newton  Robinson Kenton . 

DeWitt  Nathan  Rosecrans Oberlin. 

John  Christopher  Scheffler Wolcottville,  Ind. 

Oliver  Stillman  Snow. Avon. 

Edgar  George  Sweet Avon. 

Benjamin  Thompson _ Urbana. 

Nathan  Ciiauncy  Underhill New  London. 

Perry  Weed Saugatuck,  Mich. 

Stanley  Ernest  Wilmot Claridon. 

Mathias  Witner Akron. 

Shephard  Hamlin  Wood Sycamore,  111. 

Wilder  Mack  Wooster Decatur,  Mich. 

Gentlemen 55. 


O BERLIN  COLLEGE.  41 

LADIES. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Augusta  Janette  Adams Huron. 

Hattie  Irene  Alexander Cleveland. 

Carrie  Elizabetu  Andrews Romeo,  JMich. 

Florence  Estelle  Bacon Obeilin. 

Nina  Ruth  Bacon Oberlin. 

Sarah  A.  Barker St.  Johns,  Mich. 

E.MMA  Barnhart Seville. 

Julia  Mary  Barnard Oberlin. 

Aurie  Victorine  Barnes Austinburg. 

Mary  Emular  Bigelow Toledo. 

Ida  Bevington  Blakeslee Oberlin. 

Melya  Melinda  Bowen Mallet  Creek. 

Blanche  Charlotte  Brackin Kinsman. 

Ellen  Laurette  Branch Grand  Ledge,  Mich. 

Anna  M.  Brandon -Petrolia,  Pa. 

Lucy  Eveline  Brown Oberlin. 

Esther  Buckingham Newark. 

May  Tella  Bunker Carthage. 

Mary  Elizabeth  Bushnell Oberlin. 

Mary  Esther  Campbell Kipton. 

Mary  Butler  Carter Columbus. 

Katherine  Case Milan. ' 

Laura  Ellen  Case Plymouth. 

Hattie  Inez  Ciiadwick Fairport,  N.  Y. 

Belle  Esther  Chamberlain Chicago,   111. 

Ella  Durand  Churchill Oberlin. 

Grace  Goodrich  Churchward Bcrca. 

Harriet  A.  Clark Elyria. 

Harriet  Amelia  Cole Columbia. 

Zella  Coleman, West  Williamsfield. 

Mary  P.ingham  Collins Shannon,  111. 

Mary  Levina  Colyin Clyde. 

Ida  May  Comstock Oberlin. 

Linnie  Elyira  Conrad North  East,  Pa. 

Clara  Fannie  Cook Elton,  N.  Y. 

Ella  Platt  Coxhead. Oakland,  Cal. 

Martha  Jane  Culter Florid,  111. 


42  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Maijy  Inez  Curtis North  Fairfield. 

Maky  Edith  Davis Dublin. 

Anna  Maria  Day Sheffield. 

Fannie  Day Oberlin. 

Belle  Salome  Deyo Oberlin. 

Ada  Minerva  Dresser Schuyler,  Neb. 

Anna  Isabel  Dugot Oberlin. 

Carolyn  Elizabeth  Eldred Olmsted. 

Julia  Iola  Elmore Lenox. 

Ev'A  Emmons Elyria. 

Harriet  Fames  Ensign Williams  Centre. 

Sarah  Jane  Evans Oberlin. 

Carrie  L.  Everett Sharon,  Mich. 

Josephine  Hortense  Farrar London. 

Mary  Etta  Fehl Marseilles. 

Emma  Amanda  Fitch Lyndon,  111. 

Antoinette  Clatpoole  Flowers Columbus. 

Elizabeth  Ida  Ford Ruggles. 

Allie  E.  Gager Oberlin. 

Ida  Weston  Gardner New  Hampton,  Iowa. 

Ella  Jane  Gilchrist Oberlin. 

Jessie  Blanche  Goddard Elk  Rapids,  Mich. 

Ellen  Electa  Grannis Oberlin. 

Jessie  Augusta  Graves Florence. 

Mary  Eliza  Guinell Oberlin. 

Ida  May  Hadden.-. Cleveland. 

Julia  Brainard  Hall Oberlin. 

Christiana  Hargrave ,  .Oberlin. 

Delia  Eliza  Harris Evansville,  AVis.' 

Annie  Elizabeth  Harter Crawfordsville,  Ind. 

Georgia  Etta  Harvey... Merom,  Ind. 

Nettie  Elmina  Hawley .- .Mankato,  Minn. 

Anna  Ruth  Hayes Oberlin. 

Alice  Mary  Heald Canton,  111. 

ViRoiNiA  Henry Oberlin. 

Hattie  IIildreth  Hester Havana. 

Anna  Euretiia  Hickok Fitchville. 

LiLLiE  Leroy  Hickox Lo(Ji 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  43 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Okrill  Virginia  Hill. Flint,  Mich. 

Rosalie  Barbara  Hille Batli,  N.  Y. 

Anna  Maria  Hopper Grand  Blanc,  Mich. 

Jennie  Hossler Greenwich. 

Cora  Lillian  Howard Faribault,  Minn. 

Sarah  Louisa  Hudson Oberlin. 

Alice  Adelia  Huff Iowa  City,  Iowa. 

Maria  Adelaide  Hull Oberlin. 

Lucy  Phelps  Hurlbut Danville,  Iowa. 

Ella  Flora  Jackson Hicksville. 

Lillian  Josephine  Jacques Hudson,  jVIich. 

Clara  Belle  Johnson Port  Clinton. 

Mary  Cornelia  Johnson  Oberlin. 

Anna  Darling  Kelley Boise  City,  Idaho. 

Ida  May  Kelley Crawf ordsville,  Ind. 

Lepha  Abbie  Kelsey Oberlin. 

Susan  Kendall Cavendish,  Vt. 

Lina  Kinsinger Oberlin. 

Minnie  Kinsinger Oberlin. 

Mary  Kirk Canal  Fulton. 

Jennie  Koch Oberlin. 

Laura  Ellen  Lash Polk. 

Martha  Elizabeth  Lawson Dixon,  111. 

Mattie  Leith Nevada. 

Evalyn  Buckingham  Lewis Newark. 

Anna  Delight  Linton Nelson. 

Flora  Maria  Loud Romeo,  Mich. 

Alveola  May'  Luse Clyde. 

Lena  Lyon. .   Elyria. 

Mary  Ella  Manley Oberlin. 

Hattie  Edith  Manville Elyria. 

Etta  May  Marsh La  Rue. 

Ella  Marshall Auburn. 

Amelia  Thorp  Martin Oberlin. 

Rebecca  Massey . Oberlin. 

Sarah  Elizabeth  Mattice Benzonia,  Mich. 

Susanna  McKee Warsaw. 

Grace  Gertrude  McKinley' Jamestown,  Pa. 


44  O BERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Alice  Edwards  Mead Oberlin. 

Annie  Janes  Mead West  Cornwall,  Vt. 

Ida  Louisa  Miller Grant  City,  Iowa. 

Olive  Phelps  Miller Grant  Citj%  Iowa. 

a\lARY  Catherine  Monroe Oberlin. 

Ettie  Mooers North  Ridgeville. 

Minnie  Moore Sheffield  Lake. 

Cecelia  Sarah  Morfoot Oberlin. 

Mary  Joanna  Morgan.  . ...  -  - Oberlin. 

Minnie  May  Mosher Brighton. 

Mary  Augusta  Munson Bucyrus. 

Fannie  N.  Nelson Olmsted. 

Mary  Jane  Nettleton Oberlin. 

Gertrude  Newcomer Shannon,  111. 

Flora  Elizabeth  Newton Oberlin. 

Cora  Maria  Nichols Faribault,   Minn. 

Jennie  Maria  O'Reilley Marysville. 

Carrie  Amelia  Osborne Newburg. 

Mary  Permelia  Paddock Elyria. 

Marion  Eva  Park Oberlin. 

Mary  Helen  Parker Marine  City,  Mich. 

May  Garfield  Parks Oberlin. 

Ida  Melissa  Parmenter Vermontville,  Mich. 

Flora  Lucinda  Partridge Marysville. 

Margaret  Ann  Paton Almont,  Mich. 

Mary  Cowles  Penpield Oberlin. 

Ella  Pp:ters Penfield. 

Elnora  Helen  Porter Catawba  Island. 

Helen  Elizabeth  Porter Fairmount,  Neb. 

Sarah  Ann  Porter Catawba  Island. 

Amelia  Naomi  Reed Oberlin. 

Mary  Lucinda  Regal Oberlin. 

Helen  Clara  Reinhart Granville,  111. 

Clara  Lilius  Rice Greensburg. 

Alice  May  Ring Union   Wis. 

Elouise  Robbins La  Grange. 

Ella  Roe Madison. 

Frances  Reynolds  Roe Zanesville. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  45 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Helen  Eliza  Rood Oberlin. 

Annie  Frances  Ryder Sterling,  111. 

EvALiNE  Sarah  Samson Jasper,  N.  Y. 

Frances  Abbie  Sampson Penfield. 

Bertha  Carrie  Scheidler Cleveland. 

Mary  Emma  Scott Kossuth,  Iowa. 

Laura  Evaline  Seaver Ashtabula. 

Josephine  Senter Columbus. 

Flora  Irene  Severance Bellevue. 

Mary  Anna  Sheffield Napoleon. 

Clara  Frances   Sherman Elyria. 

Amanda  Jane  Shrom. Wooster. 

Anna  Tolman  Singer Oberlin. 

Rxjth  Genevive  Slayton Coshocton. 

Edna  Alice  Smith Oberlin. 

Etta  Augusta  Smith -  Solon. 

Frances  Lathrop  Smith Romeo,  Mich. 

Henrietta  Graves  Smith Worthington,  ]\Iinn. 

Mary  Emma  Smith Romeo,  Mich. 

Nettie  Esther  Smith Oberlin. 

Lucy  Lydia  Snow Avon. 

Jane  Snyder Oberlin. 

Clorinda  Margaret  Spear Aurora,  111. 

Keren  Francenia  Spellman Edinburg. 

Julia  Spaulding Oberlin. 

Coi! A  Maria  Squire.  . .  Oberlin. 

Marcia  Stewart Colorado  Springs,  Col. 

Carrie  Georgia  St.  John Oberlin. 

Mary  Frances  Stone Hillsdale,  ]\Iicb. 

Emma  Clara  Swift Minerva. 

Charlotte  Bessie  Taylor Pleasantville,  Pa. 

Ada  Estelle  Thomas Hartland. 

Carrie  Estelle  Thomas Madison. 

Ida  Jane  Tomlinson Williams  Centre. 

Lillian  Gertrude  Towslee --- Lodi. 

LuciNA  Senora  Twichell Pulaski,  N.  Y. 

LiLLiA  Adelaide  Van  Gorder New  London. 

Charlotte  Jane  Yiets Oberlin. 


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NAMES.  RESIDENXES. 

Della  Josephine  Waite Eddytown,  K  Y. 

Ella  Frances  Webster Red  Wing,  Minn. 

Emma  Castle  West Aurora,  111. 

Alice  Mary  WniTEiiEAD Pataskala. 

Charlotte  Lydia  Wilbor Oberlin. 

Nettie  Ileone  Wilcox -- -Hutchinson,  Kan. 

Stella  Henrietta  Wilcox Richfield. 

Hattie  Celestine  Williams Oberlin. 

Caroline  M.  Wilson... Centreville,  Pa. 

A  BRIE  Bartlett  Woolworth Sandusky. 

Sarah  Augusta  Worcester Oberlin. 

Carrie  Electa  Wright Oberlin. 

Ladies 201, 


SitiuiiiiHruu 

13 
.     13 
..  l(i 

42 

.   125 
.     2T 
152 

4 
.   124 
128 

.     34 

.  18 

52 

VT. 

.  225 
.     10 
235 

147 
.   185 
332 

55 
.  201 
256 

I.     DEPARTMENT  OF  THEOLOGY. 

Middles 

II. 
Seniors 

DEPARTMENT  OF  PHILOSPHY  AND  THE  ARTS 

1.      CLASSICAL  AND  SCIENTIFIC   COURSE 

22 

39 

Sophomon  s 
Frei*hmeu. . . 

Fourth  Year 
Third  Year. 
Second  Year 
First  Year  . 

Gentlemen.. 
Ladies 

41                            Gentlemen 

.  50                          Ladies 

2.  LITERARY   COURSE. 

27 

35 

.33                            Gentlemen 

33                            Ladies  ... 

3.  IN   SELECT    STUDIES. 

III. 

Seniors 

Middles 

Juniors 

Gentlemen  . 

DEPARTMENT  OF  PREPARATORY  INSTRUCTIO: 

1.      CLASSICAL   SCHOOL. 
62 

89                            Gentlemen 

84                           Ladles 

2.      ENGLISH   SCHOOL. 

Ladies 

Gentlemen  . 
Ladies 

IV.    CONSERVATORY  OF  MUSIC. 

T 

otal    

1197 

Deducting  those  reckoned  twice 

97 

Whole  Number  (f  Gentlemen 

Whole  Number  of  Ladies                      

607 
493 

Corrected  Total 

..  1100 

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DEPARTMENT  OF  THEOLOGY. 


The  Departmekt  of  Theology  is  designed,  primarily,  to  prepare 
young  men  for  the  Christian  ministry.  Any  others  who  desire  the  advant- 
ao-es  of  theoloffical  studv  are  received  to  its  classes  on  such  terms  as  the 
Faculty  may  prescribe. 

Ai)plicants  for  admission  to  the  Regular  Course  are  expected  to  furnish 
satisfactory  evidence  of  moral  character,  and  of  such  scholarship  as  will 
enable  them  successfully  to  pursue  this  course.  Students  from  other 
Theological  Seminaries  are  admitted  ad  eundem.,  on  presenting  a  regular 
dismission;  and  persons  may  be  admitted  to  advanced  standing  in  any  of 
the  classes  on  satisfactory  examination  in  the  studies  already  pursued  by 
those  classes. 

The  Terms  and  Vacations  are  the  same  in  all  Departments  of  the 
College,  and  will  be  found  in  the  Calendar. 

Council  Hall,  the  building  devoted  to  the  exclusive  uses  of  this  De- 
partment, provides  completely  furnished  rooms  for  about  fifty  students, 
with  no  charge  for  room  rent,  and  but  a  small  incidental  fee.  In  assigning 
these  rooms  the  preference  will  always  be  given  to  those  who  have  the 
work  of  the  ministry  in  view.  Students  in  Theology  incur  no  expense  for 
tuition,  for  the  use  of  the  Library  or  of  public  rooms.  Other  expenses 
will  vary  according  to  the  personal  habits  and  tastes  of  each  student. 

Aid  is  afforded  by  the  American  and  the  Ohio  Education  Societies  to 
such  .students  as  are  preparing  for  the  ministry.  The  Seminary  has  also  a 
special  fund  for  tlie  aid  of  students,  from  which  several  may  receive  a 
partial  sup[)ort. 

The  Classical  and  English  Schools  furnish  employment  for  experienced 
teachers,  at  reasonable  compensation.  After  the  completion  of  the  first 
term  of  the  middle  year,  students  arc  permitted  to  supply  vacant  pulpits  in 
the  vicinity,  as  the  opportunity  may  offer.  During  the  Winter  Vacation 
all  the  students  may  engage  in  preaching  or  other  religious  work,  as 
Churches  or  Home  Missionary  Societies  call  for  their  services.  With 
rea.sonable  pi'udence  and  economy  any  student  may  pursue  his  course 
without  interruption  or  embarrassment. 

Candidates  for  admission  to  the  Junior  Class  must  present  evidence  of 
graduation  from  some  College,  or  of  such  scholarship  as  will  enable  them 


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to  enter  upon  the  course  with  profit.  Those  who  do  not  bring  a  Diploma 
will  be  examined  in  Greek,  English  and  Rhetoric,  Modern  History,  Mental 
and  floral  Philosophy. 

JUNIOR    YEAR. 

Hebrew- — Elements  and  Exegesis;  Greek — Harmony  of  the  Gospels; 
Natural  Theology;  History,  Homiletics;  Elocution;  especial  prominence 
being  given  to  the  Departments  of  Greek  and  Hebrew  Exegesis. 

MIDDLE    YEAR. 

Revealed  Theology;  Homiletics;  History;  Exegesis  of  Selections  from 
the  New  Testament,  with  Lectures  in  Biblical  Theology;  Exegesis  of  Se- 
lections from  the  Old  Testament,  with  Lectures  on  the  Messianic  Prophe- 
cies and  Biblical  Introduction;  Elocution;  especial  prominence  being  given 
to  the  Department  of  S\'stemalic  Theology. 

SENIOR    YEAR. 

History  and  Positive  Institutions;  Homiletics  and  Pastoral  Theology; 
Exegesis  of  Selections  from  the  New  Testament,  with  Lectures;  Exegesis 
of  Selections  from  the  Old  Testament,  with  Lectures;  Elocution;  especial 
prominence  being  given  to  the  Departments  of  Homiletics  and  History. 

L  E  C  T  U  R  E  S  . 

Special  Courses  of  Lectures  are  provided  for  upon  Biblical  Introduc- 
tion, Church  Polity,  and  other  subjects. 

Rhetorical.  Exercises,  consisting  of  the  reading  of  original  essays, 
the  deliver}-  of  original  addresses,  written  ar.d  unwritten,  and  tlie  extem- 
l)oraneous  discussion  of  questions  occur  weekly,  in  which  the  members  of 
all  the  classes  particijiate  in  succession.  Special  prominence  is  given  to 
extemporaneous  speaking,  or  tlie  deliver}^  of  thoughts  prepared  but  not 
written  and  committed  to  memory. 

Some  are  plainly  called  to  the  work  of  the  ministrv  who  have  not  had 
the  advantage  of  a  classical  education,  and  for  special  reasons  are  not  able 
to  acquire  it.  These  will  be  admitted  to  the  Department  and  permitted  to 
take  the  Regular  Course,  with  the  exception  of  the  Hebrew  and  Greek 
Exegesis,  provided  the)'  are  found,  on  examination,  to  be  capable  of  doing 
so  with  profit.  The  same  general  preparation  is  expec),ed  of  this  class  of 
students  as  is  required  of  those  who  enter  the  Regular  Course,  Greek 
excepted. 

Instruction  in  Biblical  Exegesis  as  a  substitute  for  the  Hebrew  and 
Greek  of  the  Regular  Course  will  be  provided. 

Upon  the  completion  of  the  course  thus  modified,  students  will  receive 
the  usual  Diploma  of  the  Department,  without  a  Degree. 

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DEPARTMENT  OF  PHILOSOPHY  AND  THE  ARTS. 


CLASSICAL  AND  SCIENTIFIC  COURSE. 

Candidates  for  admission  to  the  Freshman  Class  are  examined  in  tlic 
common  English  Branches ;  the  Grammar  of  the  Latin  and  Greek  Languages ; 
Caesar,  one  Book;  Sallust's  Catiline;  four  of  Cicero's  Select  Orations;  Vir- 
gil's ^Eneid,  five  Books;  Harkness'  Latin  Prose  Composition,  Parts  First 
and  Second;  Xenophon's  Anabasis,  three  Books;  Homer's  Iliad,  two  Books; 
Olney's  School  Algebra,  or  an  equivalent;  Olney's  Plane  Geometry;  Ancient 
History;  English  Analj^sis;  History  of  the  United  States;  and  Alden's 
Science  of  Government. 

Candidates  for  a  higher  standing  are  examined  in  the  same,  and  also  in 
the  studies  previously  pursued  by  the  class  to  which  they  desire  admission. 

No  admission  to  the  Senior  class  is  allowed  later  than  the  beginning  of 
the  second  term. 

Elective  Studies.— During  the  Sophomore  and  Junior  and  the  first 
term  of  the  Senior  years,  four  studies  are  assigned  to  each  term.  Each 
student  is  required  to  elect  three  of  these. 

The  Annual  Examinations  for  admission  to  C'oUege  for  1877,  will  occur 
July  3()th,  31st  and  August  1st;  also  September  4th,  at  9  o'clock,  in  No.  18 
Society  Hall. 

FRESHMAN  CLASS. 

FiKST  Term Livy Stuart. 

Xenophon's  Memorabilia Robbins. 

Greek  Prose  Composition. 

Algebra Olney. 

Second  Term Horace  Chase. 

Lysias. 

Greek  Prose  Composition. 

Solid  and  Spherical  Geometry Olney. 

Third  Term Cicero's  De  Senectute Crowell. 

Herodotus Mather. 

German    AVhitney. 

Plane  and  Spherical  Trigonometry   Olney. 

SOPHOMORE  CLASS. 

First  Term     ....  Cicero  and  Tacitus. 

Homer's  Odyssey Merry. 

German Whitney. 

General  Geometry  and  Calculus , Olney. 


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Second  Term   . 

. .  Greek  Tragedy. 

French Robertson . 

Mechanics Ohnsted. 

Evidences  of  Christianity — Rhetoric. 

Third  Term.  . . 

.Greek  Tragedy. 

German. 

Natural  Philosophy Olmsted. 

Botany Gray. 

JUNIOR  CLASS. 

First  Term.. 

Juvenal  and  Plautus. 

Astronomy Olmsted. 

Second  Term.. 

.Demosthenes'  De  Corona. 

Descriptive  Geometry  and  Mechanical  Drawing. 

Chemistrj- — Lectures. 

Zoology Nicholson. 

Third  Term.  ,. 

Tacitus'  History. 

Civil  Engineering  and  Navigation. 

Butler's  Analogy. 

Modern  History — Lectures. 

SENIOR  CLASS. 

First  Term  .... 

.  Plato's  Pha;do  Wagner. 

Mental  Philosophy Porter. 

Mineralogy   and    Blowpipe   Analysis — Lectures   and 

Laboratory  Practice. 

Physiology — Lectures. 

Second  Term  . . 

Geologj' ..Dana. 

Mental  Philosophy— Lectures. 

English  Literature Bascom. 

Moral  Philosophy Fairchild. 

Third  Term. 

Political  Economy Mill. 

LITERARY  COURSE. 

Candidatefe 

for  admission  to  tlie  First  year  are  examined  in  Englisli 

Grammar  and 

Analysis  ;    Arithmetic  ;    Olney's   School   Algebra,    or   an 

equivalent  ;   Latin  Grammar  and  Latin  Reader;    Harkness'  Latin  Prose 

Composition,  Part  First;   Ridpath's  History  of  the  United  States;  Geo- 

graphy. 

Candidates 

for  advanced  cla.sses  will   be   examined  in  the  previous 

studies  of  the 

course. 

FIRST  YEAR. 

First  Term   ... 

.  Algebra Olney. 

Csesar Stuart. 

Physical  Geography. 

Linear  Drawing. 

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Second  Term Geometry Olney. 

Cicero's  Orations Stuart. 

History  of  Rome Smith. 

I'hikl)   rp-KM.    ..   Geometry    Olney. 

Cicero's  Orations Stuart. 

Science  of  Government   •  •  Alden. 

SECOND  YEAR. 

FiKST  Term Plane  and  Spherical  Trigonometry Olney. 

Virgil Chase. 

Outlines  of  History Freeman. 

Second  Ter.m Mechanics Olmsted. 

French  or  Virgil. 

Evidences  of  Christianity — Rhetoric. 
I'hird  Term Botany Gray. 

French  or  Sallust. 

Natural  Philosophy   Olmsted. 

THIRD  YEAR. 

First  Term Astronomy (Mmsted. 

German . Whitney. 

Logic    Jevon. 

Second  Term   ...Chemistry — Lectures. 

Zoology Nicholson. 

German Whitney. 

Third  Term Butler's  Analogy. 

German. 

Analysis  of  English  Classics. 

Modern  History — Lectures. 

FOURTH   YEAR. 

First  Term   Mental  Philosophy Porter. 

Physiology — Lectures. 

History  of  Civilization Guizot. 

Second  Term   ...Mental  Philosophy— English  Literature. 

Moral  Philosophy Fairchild. 

Geology Dana. 

Third  Term PoUtical  Economy Mill. 

Lectures  on  Art. 

English  Literature — Rhetoric. 


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DEPARTMENT  OF  PREPARATORY  INSTRUCTION. 


CLASSICAL  SCHOOL. 

The  Classical  Prepakatory  School  is  under  the  same  general  su- 
pervision with  the  other  Departments,  and  under  the  immediate  direction 
and  management  of  the  Principal.  The  members  of  this  School  are  sub- 
ject to  the  same  regulations  as  other  students  in  the  College.  It  is  designed 
to  prepare  students  for  the  Classical  and  Scientific  Course  in  the  Depart- 
ment of  Philosophy  and  the  Arts. 

The  Senior  and  Middle  Classes  are  taught  by  the  Principal  and  Tutors; 
the  Junior  Class  by  teachers  selected  from  the  students  in  Theology  and 
the  liigher  Classes  in  Philosophy  and  the  Arts. 

To  enter  the  Junior  Class,  students  will  be  examined  in  English  Gram- 
mar through  Syntax,  Arithmetic  thvough  Percentage,  and  the  Elements  of 
Geography.  Candidates  for  a  higher  standing  will  be  examined  in  the 
studies  previously  pursued  by  the  class  to  which  they  desire  admission. 

JUNIOR  CLASS. 

First  Term Latin  Grammar  and  Reader ....  Harkness. 

English    Grammar Harvey. 

Geography Colton. 

Second  Ter.m  .    ..  Latin  Reader     Harkness. 

English  Analysis (jreene. 

History  of  the  L^nited  States Ridpath. 

'I'Hiku   Tekm Latin  Reader Harkness. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Part   II Harkne.ss. 

History  of  the  United  States, Ridpath. 

.Arithmetic AVhite. 

MIDDLE  CLASS. 

First  Term Casar,  one  Book Stuart. 

Latin  Prose  Composition   to  Lesson  54 H  arkness. 

Greek  Grammar '...    Hadley. 

Science  of  (jovernment    Alden. 

Second  Ter.m   ...Cicero,  two  Orations   Stuart. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Lesson  68 Harkness. 

Greek,  Grammar  and  Anabasis Boise. 

History'  of  Rome Smith. 

Thikd  Term Cicero,  two  Orations Stuart. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Part  III Harkness. 

Anabasis    Boise. 

History  of  f Greece .Smith. 

SENIOR  CLASS. 

FiRsr  Term Virgil,  two  Books Chase. 

Anabasis Boise. 

Algebra Olney. 


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Second  Term  ...Virgil,  three  Books Chase. 

Anabasis   completed Boise. 

Greek  Prose  Composition Boise. 

Algebra Olney. 

Third  Term   ....Sallust's  Conspiracy  of  Catiline Stuart. 

Homer's  Iliad,  two  Books Boise. 

Plane  Geometry Olney. 

Other  text  books  than  those  specified  are  not  allowed  in  the  recitation 
room.  Lessons  in  the  English  Bible  and  Rhetorical  Exercises  weekly, 
through  the  course. 

ENGLISH  SCHOOL. 

The  English  Preparatory  School  is  under  the  same  general  super- 
vision with  the  other  Departments,  and  under  the  immediate  direction  and 
management  of  the  Principal.  The  members  of  this  School  are  subject  to 
the  same  regulations  as  other  students  in  the  College.  It  is  especiallj'' 
designed  to  prepare  students  for  the  Literary  Course  in  the  Department  of 
Philosophy  and  the  Arts.  All  the  English  branches  are  taught  in  this 
School  usually  taught  in  High  Schools  and  Academies.  No  students  are 
admitted  who  have  not  advanced  as  far  as  Fractions  in  Arithmetic. 

The  classes  are  taught  by  the  PrinciiKii  and  Tutors,  and  by  teachers 
selected  from  the  students  in  Theology  and  the  higher  Classes  in 
Philosophy  and  the  Arts. 

To  enter  the  Senior  Class,  students  will  be  examined  in  English  Gram- 
mar through  Syntax,  Arithmetic  and  Geography. 

SENIOR  CLASS. 

First  Term Algebra Olney. 

Latin  Grammar Harkness. 

Latin  Reader     Harkness. 

English  Analysis Greene. 

Second  Ter.m Algebra Olney. 

Latin  Reader..   .    Harkness. 

History  of  the  Llnited  States Ridpath. 

Third  Ter.m Algebra Olney. 

Latin  Reader Harkness. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Part  II Harkness. 

History  of  the  United  States Ridpath. 

Classes  are  organized  each  term  in  the  following  studies: 

Arithmetic— Ray's  Third  Part,  two  classes. 
White's  Complete,  two  classes. 
Grammar— Harvey's,  three  classes  ;  Greene's  Analysis. 
C;eography— Colton's,  two  classes. 

Elocution  and  Reading— National  Fifth  Reader,  two  classes. 
Orthography  and  Spelling. 
.•\lgebra— Olney's  School,  three  classes. 
Geometry— Olney's,  two  classes. 
Norton's  Natural  Philosophy. 
Dalton's  Physiology. 

Lessons  in  the  English  Bible  and  Rhetorical  Exercises  weekly,  for  all 
the  students  in  the  School. 


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CONSERVATORY  OF  MUSIC. 


Tins  Department  is  under  the  same  general  management  as  the  other 
Departments,  and  under  the  special  supervision  of  the  Director. 

Students  in  the  Conservatory  are  subject  to  the  regular  College  dis- 
cipline. 

COURSE  OF  STUDY. 
HARMONY. 

Scales,  both  Major  and  Minor,  Intervals  and  their  inversions,  Chords  in  their  various  re- 
lations. Part-writing,  Modulation,  Choral,  Single  and  Double  Counterpoint,  Composition  and 
Analysis  of  musical  works. 

PIANO  FORTE. 

Duvernoy's  Etudes  in  Mechanism,  op.  120. 
Czerny,  op.  636. 

Krause,  op.  2.  . 

Heller,  op.  46. 
Spindler,  op.  141. 

Czerny,  op.  299,  (Studies  in  Velocity.) 
Heller,  op.  45  and  16. 
Jensen,  op.  32. 

Cramer's  Fifty  Studies,  (Von  Bulow's  Edition.) 
dementi's  Gradus  ad  Parnassum,  (Tausig's  Edition  ) 
Czerny,  op.  740. 
Mayer,  op.  305. 
Moscheles,  op.  70. 

Sonatas  by  Kuhlau,  Clementi,  Hayden,  Mozart,  Beethoven  ;  and  selections  from  Bach, 
Schumann,  Mendelssohn,  Chopin  and  other  standard  authors. 

CULTIVATION  OF  THE  VOICE. 

Careful  instruction  is  given  in  the  use  of  the  voice,  and  the  correct  manner  of  producing 
a  good  tone  ;  thorough  drill  in  Technical  Exercises,  Solfeggios,  Vocalises,  etc.,  to  give  control 
over  and  flexibility  to  the  voice  ;  and  practice  in  singing  the  best  English,  German,  Italian 
and  French  songs.  Operatic  Arias  and  Solos  from  the  Oratorios,  for  expression  and  the  devel- 
opment of  pure  style. 

ORGAN. 

Selections  from  Rink's  and  Kilter's  Organ  School. 

Pedal  Technics — Thayer. 

Pedal  Studies — Volkmar. 

Studies  in  Pedal  Phrasing — Buck. 

Trios,  op.  20  Richter,  and  op.  39  JMerkel. 

Fugues  from  the  "Well-tempered  Clavier,  arr.  by  Van  Eyken, — Bach. 

Selections  from  Mendelssohn's  Sonatas,  Preludes  and  Fugues,  Ritter's  Sonatas,  Bach's 
Organ  Works. 

Miscellaneous  selections  from  the  wiirks  of  Ruck,  Smart,  G.  Ad.  Thomas,  Best, 
Freyer,  Richter,  Hesse,  Ritter  and  others. 


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53  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


Exercises  in  playing  Church  Music,  Voluntaries,  accompanying  Choirs,  Registration,  etc., 
including  all  that  is  neces>ary  to  give  one  a  thorough  mastery  over  the  organ,  for  Church  or 
Concert  use. 

The  1(  iiijtli  of  time  iiecepsary  for  the  rompletion  of  this  Course  cannot 
be  staled  d(fiiiitel\ .  but  will  be  fiom  two  to  four  years. 

No  pupil  is  iillowed  to  enter  upon  the  studies  of  the  last  year  in  any 
department  of  Music  who  has  not  presenud  to  the  Director  siili>faetory 
evidence  of  proticieucy  in  the  fundamental  branches  of  an  English  educa- 
tion. 

All  students  completing  this  Course  are  awarded  diplomas. 

The  classes  in  Choral  Singing  are  free  to  all  members  of  the  College. 

Weekly  rehearsals  are  given,  at  which  pupils  who  are-  competent  are 
expected  to  perform. 

Pupils  must  furnish  or  rent  their  instruments  for  practice.  Pianos 
can  always  be  rented  in  the  village  at  reasonable  rates. 

Students  in  other  Departments,  taking  lessons  in  music,  are  required 
to  make  their  arrangements  with  the  Director  of  the  Conservatory. 

Catalogues,  containing  full  particulars  concerning  this  Department, 
can  be  obtained  by  addressing  Conservatory  op  Music,  Obeklin,  Ohio. 


PENMANSHIP. 

Arrangements  have  been  made  to  furnish  instruction  in  Penmanship, 
under  a  permanent  and  approved  teacher.  A  pleasant  and  commodious 
room  in  Tappan  Hall  is  devoted  to  the  classes  in  writing. 

For  terms  see  the  table  of  extra  charges,  or  address  the  Instructor  in 
Penmanship. 


LECTURES. 

In  the  Department  of  Theology,  lectures  are  given  in  the  several 
branches  of  instruction  to  all  classes  throughout  the  year,  and  on  special 
topics  during  the  second  and  third  terms. 

In  the  Department  of  Philosophy  and  the  Arts,  to  the  several 
classes  throughout  the  year,  according  to  the  announcement  in  the  Courses 
of  Stud}'. 

Practical  Lectures  on  General  Habits,  Methods  of  Study  and  other  im- 
portant subjects,  are  delivered  once  in  two  weeks  to  the  ladies,  by  the 
Principal  of  the  Ladies'  Department,  and  to  the  young  men  of  the  Pre- 
paratory Schools  by  the  Principals  of  those  Schools. 


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DEGREES  AND  DIPLOMAS. 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  of  Divinity  is  conferred  upon  the  graduates 
of  the  Regular  Course  in  the  Department  of  Theology;  that  of  Bachelor 
OF  Arts  upon  the  graduates  of  the  Classical  and  Scientific  Course  in  the 
Department  of  Philosophj^  and  the  Arts. 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts  is  conferred  upon  any  Bachelor  of 
three  or  more  years'  standing,  who  has  been  engaged  in  literary  or  scientific 
pursuits,  and  has  sustained  a  good  moral  character. 

A  Diploma,  certifying  the  successful  completion  of  the  prescribed 
Course  of  Study,  is  given  to  each  graduate  of  the  Literary  Course  in  the 
Department  of  Philosophy  and  the  Arts,  and  to  each  graduate  of  the  Con- 
servator}^ of  Music. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

At  the  close  of  each  term  the  classes  are  examined  in  the  studies  of 
that  term;  and  at  the  end  of  the  year  there  are  general  examinations  in  all 
Departments. 

Every  recitation  and  examination  is  marked,  and  a  record  is  kept  by 
the  Faculty  of  the  attainments  of  each  student,  and  also  of  his  delinquen- 
cies. Information  concerning  his  progress  and  deportment  is,  when  re- 
quested, communicated  to  the  parent  or  guardian. 

RELIGIOUS  EXERCISES. 

All  students  are  required  to  attend  Church  twice  on  the  Sabbath,  and 
the  weekly  lecture  on  Thursday. 

They  are  also  required  to  attend  daily  prayers  in  the  evening  at  the 
Chapel,  and  in  the  morning  in  the  families  at  which  they  board.  Every 
class  has  a  weekly  exercise  in  the  English  Bible,  which  all  are  required  to 
attend. 

There  is  a  weekly  pra\'er  meeting  on  Monday  evening  for  all  young 
people,  conducted  by  the  students;  and  a  weekly  prayer  meeting  for  each 
class,  conducted  by  one  of  the  teachers. 

LIBRARY,  APPARATUS  AND  CABINET. 

The  Libraries  connected  with  the  College  number  about  fifteen 
thousand  volumes. 

The  Apparatus,  in  the  Departments  of  Natural  Philosophy  and  Chem- 
istry, is  sufficient  for  the  varied  illustrations  of  these  sciences. 


58  OBERLTN  COLLEGE. 


The  Cabinets  in  Geology  and  Natural  History  have  been  removed  to 
commodious  rooms  in  Cabinet  Hall.  The  collections  amply  illustrate  the 
branches  of  Mineralogy,  Lithological  Geology,  Palaeontology,  Archaeology, 
Radiate  Life,  American  and  Foreign  Shells  and  Insects,  and  many  branches 
of  Vertebrate  Life.     Additions  are  constantly  made  to  these  collections. 

FACILITIES  FOR  SELF-SUPPORT. 

The  College  does  not  furnish  manual  labor  to  the  .students.  Diligent 
and  faithful  young  men  can  find  employment,  with  satisfactory  compensa- 
tion, in  the  village.  A  few  are  employed  in  the  care  of  the  College  build- 
ings. About  thirty  students  in  the  higher  classes,  gentlemen  and  ladies, 
are  employed  as  assistant  teachers. 

The  long  Winter  vacation  affords  opportunity  to  those  who  are  quali- 
fied, to  engage  in  teaching  schools  abroad. 

REGULATIONS. 

The  Regulations  of  the  Institution  are  few  and  simple,  appealing  to 
the  student's  self-respect  and  personal  responsibility.  He  is  required  to 
abstain  from  the  use  of  Tobacco  and  Intoxicating  Drinks,  and  from  con- 
nection with  any  Secret  Society.  No  student  is  permitted  to  visit  one  of 
the  otiicr  sex  at  a  private  room,  except  by  special  permission  in  case  of 
severe  sickness. 

WINTER  SCHOOL. 

During  the  Winter  vacation  a  school  is  taught  in  the  College  build- 
ings, under  the  superintendence  of  members  of  the  Faculty,  in  which 
classes  are  formed  in  all  the  studies  of  the  Preparatory  Department,  and  in 
any  College  study,  when  a  sut!icient  number  wish  to  pursue  it  to  form  a 
class.     This  school  opens  the  first  Tuesday  following  Thanksgiving  day. 

LADIES'  DEPARTMENT. 

Ladies  in  all  the  Departments  of  Study  are  under  the  supervision  of 
the  Principal  of  the  Ladies'  Department  and  the  management  of  the  Ladies' 
Board. 

Ladies  from  abroad  desiring  admission  to  the  Ladies'  Hall,  should 
make  previous  application  in  writing,  certifying  their  age,  state  of  health, 
character,  previous  attainments,  and  the  time  they  propose  to  continue 
here.  Those  who  are  admitted  will  be  duly  apprized  of  their  admission. 
All  ladies  are  expected  to  consult  the  Principal  before  selecting  their  board- 
ing places. 

Ladies  are  required  to  be  in  their  rooms  after  eight  o'clock  in  the 
evening  during  the  Summer  months,  and  after  half-past  seven  during  the 
Winter  months. 

Every  lady  is  required  to  present,  once  in  two  weeks,  a  written  report 
of  her  observance  and  her  failures  in  the  observance  of  the  regulations  of 
of  the  Department,  signed  by  the  matron  of  the  family  in  which  she 
boards. 


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These  reports,  together  with  the  marks  of  her  recitations,  are  recorded 
by  the  Principal,  and  are  open  at  all  times  for  the  inspection  of  the  Faculty, 
the  Ladies'  Board  and  all  friends  interested. 

ADMISSION  AND  EXPENSES. 

Candidates  for  admission  to  any  of  the  Departments  must  bring  tes- 
timonials of  good  character;  and  those  coming  from  other  institutions  must 
bring  a  certificate  of  honorable  dismission. 

The  student  in  every  department  pursues  his  studies  in  his  private 
room,  and  meets  with  his  class  in  the  public  room  for  recitation.  No  ar- 
rangement is  made  for  those  who  have  not  sufficient  maturity  and  self- 
control  to  study  profitably  under  these  conditions. 

None  are  admitted  to  full  membership  until  they  have  honorably 
passed  a  probation  of  six  months.  None  will  be  received  under  sixteen 
years  of  age,  unless  committed  to  the  care  of  some  approved  resident  of 
the  place;  nor  any  under  fourteen,  except  by  special  arrangement  with  the 
Faculty. 

Room  rent  in  the  Ladies'  Hall  is  $10.50  a  terra  for  each  occupant, 
including  lights,  the  privileges  of  the  house  and  care  in  ordinary  sickness. 
Each  room  is  intended  for  two  ladies,  and  is  provided  with  carpets  and 
other  necessary  furniture,  including  husk  bed  All  other  articles  of  bedding 
will  be  furnished  by  the  occupants;  also,  lamps  and  table  napkins.  No 
room  will  be  considered  engaged  for  anj-  term  unless  two  dollars  is  paid  on 
the  rent,  which  sum  will  be  forfeited  if  the  room  is  not  taken,  unless  writ- 
ten notice  to  that  effect  is  given  to  the  Treasurer,  at  least  one  week  before 
the  opening  of  the  term.  Fuel  is  furnished  as  required,  the  charge  being 
according  to  the  amount  consumed. 

Room  rent  in  Council  Hall  is  free,  and  the  rooms  are  completely  fur- 
nished; the  incidental  fee  is  $2.50  a  term;  in  the  other  College  buildings 
rent  is  $2.50  per  term,  and  each  room  is  furnished  with  a  stove  onlj'. 

The  price  of  board  will  vary  with  the  cost  of  provisions.  At  present, 
board  in  the  Ladies'  Hall  is  $2  80  per  week;  in  private  families,  including 
rooms  furnished,  from  $2.50  to  $4  per  week;  fuel  and  lights  extra. 

The  Treasurer's  bills  are  payable  at  the  beginning  of  each  term;  board 
in  the  Ladies'  Hall,  each  half  term  i"  advance. 

The  following  maj'^  be  considered  as  a  near  estimate  of  the  necessary 
expenses  for  a  term  of  twelve  weeks,  in  any  department  except  the  Theo- 
logical, in  which  there  is  no  charge  for  tuition,  room  rent  or  use  of  Library. 

Tuition,  or  rent  of  Scholarship       .... S3  oo  83  00 

Incidentals 5  65  5  65 

Library  Fee 35  35 

Board,  $2.00  to  $3.00  per  week   . .    .    . .    24  00  to  36  00 

Room  Rent 2  50  to  10  00 

Lights  and  Washing 5  00  to  8  00 

Books  and  Stationer^' 4  50  to  7  00 

Fuel,  Fall  and  Spring , .     3  00  to  6  oo 

$48  00  to    S76  00 


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OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


EXTRA  CHARGES. 


Piano,  twenty  lessons •  •  • 

Organ,  twenty  lessons 

Harmony,  twenty  lessons 

Cultivation  of  the  voice 

Use  of  Instrument,  one  hour  per  day 

Oil  Painting,  with  use  of  Models,  thirty  lessons 

Water  Colors 

Crayon  Drawing,  fifty  lessons     

Perspective  Drawing 

Use  of  Musical  Library 

French  and  German,  except  in  the  Regular  Courses 

Penmanship,  one  term,  one  hour  a  day 

Penmanship,  one  month,  constant  practice   

Full  Course  in  Practical  Penmanship   .....    

Full  Course  in  Ornamental  Penmanship    

Full  Course  in  both  styles ,  . . 


Thorousrli  instruction  in  Vocal  Music  is  free  to  all. 


SITUATION. 


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Oberlin  is  easily  accessible  from  all  parts  of  the  country,  being  situated 
on  the  Lake  Shore  &  Michigan  Southern  Railway,  an  hour's  ride  from 
Cleveland.  The  village  of  thirty-five  hundred  inhabitants,  has  grown  up 
with  the  College,  and  is,  to  a  large  degree,  free  from  the  temptations  and 
dangers  often  surrounding  colleges. 

Letters  of  inquiry  may  be  addressed  to  the  President,  J.  H.  Fairchild; 
to  tiie  Principals  of  the  Preparatory  Schools,  J.  H.  L.\ird  and  G.  H.  White; 
to  the  Principal  of  the  Ladies'  Department,  Mrs.  A.  A.  F.  JonNSTON;  or  to 
the  Secretar}^  and  Treasurer,  J.  B.  T.  Marsh. 


TERMS   AND   VACATIONS. 

1876. 

Fall  Term  begins Tuesday,  Sept.  5. 

Winter  Vacation  begins Saturday,  Xov.  25. 

Winter  Scliool  begins Tuesdaj^  Dec.  5. 

1877. 

Spring  Term  begins Tuesday,  Feb.  20 

Spring  Recess  begins Saturday,  May  12 

Summer  Term  begins Wednesday,  May  16 

Summer  Vacation  begins Tlmrsday,  Aug.  J) 

Fall  Term  begins Tuesday,  Sept.  4 


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PUBLIC  OCCASIONS. 

1877. 

Anniversary  of  the  Phi  Kappa  Pi  Society Saturday,  April  21. 

Anniversarj^  of  the  Phi  Delta  Society Saturday,  April  28. 

Anniversary  of  the  Alpha  Zeta  Society Saturday,  May  5. 

Junior  Exhibition Wednesday,  May  9. 

Anniversarj^  of  the  Theological  Society Thursday,  3Iay  10. 

Anniversary  of  the  Ladies'  Literary  Societj'- Wednesday,  July  18. 

Anniversary  of  the  ^lioian  Society Wednesday,  July  25. 

Exhibition  of  the  Senior  Preparatory  Class Wednesday,  Aug.  1. 

Exhibition  of  the  Conservatory  of  Music Thursday,  Aug.  2. 

Address  to  the  Theological  Alumni Fridaj',  Aug.  3. 

Commencement,  Department  of  Theology Saturday,  Aug.  4. 

Baccalaureate  Sermon Sunday,  Aug.  5. 

Address  before  the  Missionary  Societj'^ Sunday,  Aug.  5. 

Union  Exhibition  of  the  College  Societies Monday,  Aug.  6. 

Address  before  the  Literary  Societies Monday,  Aug.  6. 

Commencement,   Literary  Course. Tuesday,  Aug.  7. 

Address  before  the  Society  of  Alumni Tuesday,  Aug.  7. 

Commencement,  Classical  and  Scientific  Course. -Wednesday,  Aug.  8. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


1877-78 


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1S77. 


BOARD  OF  TRUSTEES. 


Rev.  JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 

P'RANCIS  D.  PARISH Oberlin. 

Rk V.  MICHAEL  E.  STRIEBY Newark,  N.  J. 

L'RIAH  THOMPSON Oberlin. 

Rev.  henry  COWLES Oberlin. 

JABEZ  W.  MERRILL Oberlin. 

Rev.  WILLIAM  B.  BROWN Newark,  N.  J. 

Rev.  SAMUEL  WOLCOTT Cleveland. 

A.  B.  NETTLETON .    Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Rev.  WOLCOTT  B.  WILi.IAMS Charlotte,  Mich. 

SETH  H.  SHELDON Cleveland. 

Rev.  J.  G.  W.  COWLES Cleveland. 

GEORGE  B.  DELAMATER Meadville,  Pa. 

WILLIAM  SUMNER Cincinnati. 

■  T.  L.  NELSON Elvria. 

Hon.  JAMES  MONROE Oberlin. 

J.  E.  INGERSOLL Cleveland. 

Hon.  J.  D.  COX Toledo. 

DAN  P.  EELLS Cleveland. 


CORRESPONDING  MEMBERS  FROM  THE  ALUMNI. 

Rev.  GEORGE  F.  WRIGHT Andover.  Mass. 

Rev.  JOHN  SAFFORD Ashtabula. 

H.  H.  CUMINGS TiDiouTE,  Pa. 

JOHN  M.  LANGSTON Washington,  D.  C. 

Rkv.  J.  L.  PATTON Greenville,  M.ch. 


PRUDENTIAL   COMMITTEE. 


Prks.  J.  H.  FAIRCHILD. 
Rev.  henry  COWLES. 
URIAH  THOMPSON. 
JABEZ  W.  MERRILL. 


Prof.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS. 
HIRAM  HULBURD. 
E.J.  GOODRICH. 
J.  B.  T.  MARSH. 


FRANCIS  D.  PARISH. 


J.  B.  T.  MARSH.  Secretary  and  Treasurer. 


LADIES'  BOARD  OF   MANAGERS. 


Mrs.  a.  a.  F.JOHNSTON. 
Mrs.  MARIANNE  P.  DASCOMB. 
Mrs.  REBECCA  FINNEY. 
Mrs.  MINERVA  E.  ELLIS. 


Mrs.  ELIZABETH  S.  MEAD. 
Mrs.  AUGUSTA  SMITH. 
Mrs.  MARY  B.  SHURTLEFF. 
Mrs.  HELEN  M.  RICE. 


FACULTY. 


Rev.  JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President, 

PROFESSOR   OF   THEOLOGY    AND    MORAL    PHILOSOPHY. 
AVERY    PROFESSORSHIP. 

Rev.  JOHN  MORGAN, 

PROFESSOR    OF    NEW   TESTAMENT    LITERATURE   AND   BIBLICAL   THEOLOGY. 

JAMES  DASCOMB,  M.  D., 

rUOFESSOR    OF   CHEMISTRY,    BOTANY    AND    PHYSIOLOGY. 

Rev.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS, 

PROFESSOR    OF    MENTAL    PHILOSOPHY    AND    RHETORIC. 

Rev.  CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL, 

PROFESSOR    OF    MATHEMATICS    AND    NATURAL    PHILOSOPHY. 

Rev.  JUDSON   SMITH, 

PROFESSOR    OF   CHURCH    HISTORY    AND    POSITIVE    INSTITUTIONS,   AND    LECTURER 

ON    MODERN    HISTORY. 

GILES  W.  SHURTLEFF,  A.  M., 

PROFESSOR    OF  THE    LATIN    LANGUAGE   AND    LITERATURE. 

Rev.  HIRAM  MEAD, 

PROFESSOR    OF    SACRED    RHETORIC    AND    PASTORAL   THEOLOGY. 


PROFESSOR   OF  THE  GREEK    LANGUAGE   AND   LITERATURE. 

FENELON  B.  RICE, 

PROFESSOR    OF    MUSIC. 

Rev.  ELIJAH  P.  BARROWS, 

PROFESSOR   OF   HEBREW    AND   OLD   TESTAMENT    LITERATURE. 

ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT,  A.  M.,  Ph.B., 

PROFESSOR    OF   GEOLOGY    AND    NATURAL    HISTORY. 

JAMES  K.  NEWTON,  A.  M., 

PROFESSOR   OF   THE   GERMAN    AND    FRENCH    LANGUAGES    AND    LITERATURES. 
FUEDRIKA    BREMER    HULL   PROFESSORSHIP. 

GEORGE  H.  WHITE,  A.  M., 

PRINCIPAL   OF   THE   PREPARATORY  DEPARTMENT,  AND  PROFESSOR  OF  ANCIENT  LANGUAGES. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


Rev.  henry  COAVLES, 
lectl'rek  on  biblical  introduction. 

Rev.  a.  HASTINGS  ROSS, 

special  lectuker  on  church  polity. 

Rev.  HE;NRV  MATSON, 
lihrari.\n. 

JAMES  R.  severance,  A.  M., 

INSTRUCTOR    IN    VOCAL    MUSIC. 

WILLIAM  G.  FROST,  A.  B., 

INSTRUCTOR    IN    GREEK. 

HOBART  K.  PAINTER,  A.  B., 

TUTOR    IN    GRAMMAR. 

LANMAN  J.  NETTLETON,  A.  B., 

TUTOR    IN    LATIN. 

SYLVANUS  C.   HUNTINGTON,  A.  B., 

TUTOR    IN    GREEK. 

HERBERT  D.  GOODENOUGH,  A.  B., 

TEACHER    OF   LATIN. 

JUDSON  O.  LESLIE,  A.  B., 

TEACHER    OF    MATHEMATICS. 

CALVIN  B.  CADY, 

INSTRUCTOR    IN    PIANO    AND   COMPOSITION. 

FRANK  M.  DAVIS, 

INSTRUCTOR    IN    PI.\NO   AND   VIOLIN. 

URIAH  McKEE, 

INSTRUCTOR     IN   PENMANSHIP. 


Mrs.  a.  a,  F.  JOHNSTON, 

PRINCIPAL   OF   THE    LADIES'    DEPARTMENT. 

Miss  MARY  M.  WRIGHT, 

TUTOR    IN    MATHEMATICS. 

Miss  L.  CELESTIA  WATTLES, 

INSTRUCTOR    IN    PIANO   AND    HARMONY. 

Mrs.  HELEN  M.  RICE, 

INSTRUCTOR    IN    VOCAL    MUSIC. 

Miss  ANNA  M.  WYETT, 

INSTRUCTOR    IN    DRAWING    AND   PAINTING. 


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FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.  FAIIICHILD,  President. 

JOHN  MORGAN. 

HIRAM  MEAD. 

JUDSON  SMITH. 

ELIJAH  P.  BARROWS. 


STUDENTS. 


RESIDENT    GRADUATE. 


RESIDENCES. 


ROOMS. 


John  Scott Brunswick 39  North  Main  st. 

Oberlin  Theological  Seminary,  1S77. 


SENIOR  CLASS. 
Edmvxd  Cressman Bethlehem,  Pa 21  Council  Hall. 

Harry  William   George East  Orrington.  Me.  18  Council  Hall. 

Colby  University, 

Sylvester  S.  Grinnell Maryville,  Tenn. ...  16  Council  Hall. 

Maryville  College,  1S74. 

Ly.man  Bronsox  Hall Oberlin 14  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1S72. 

John  William    Hargrave Ripon,  Wis 39  North  Main  st. 

Ripon  College,  1875. 

Eli  Roherts  Loomis Pawlet,  Vt iS  Council  Hall. 

Oiuida  Institute, 

Lanman  James  Nettleton Oberlin 25  North  Main  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 

Thomas  Worthingtox   Walters  Parsons,  Pa 4  Council  Hall. 


Bkxjamin  Fraxklix   Shuart Cleveland, 7  Council  Hall. 


Seniors. 


OBEliLIN  COLLEGE. 

7 

MIDDLE    CLASS. 

NAMES.                                                                         KESIDENCES. 

KOO.MS. 

Rp:l'hex  Alview  Beard Columbus 

23  Council  Hall. 

Ohio  Wesleyan  University,  — — 

Is.\.\c  Linnaeus  Corey Thorntown 

.    5  Council  Hall. 

Wabash  Colleg^e, 

William  Goodell  Fro.st Oberlin 

.  20  West  Lorain  st. 

Obcrlin  College,  1876. 

Horace  P.\yxe  J.\mes Wevbridge,  Vt 

17  Council  Hall. 

Middlebury  College,  1876. 

Charle.s  Beebe  M.\rtin   Oberlin 

.69  East  College  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1876. 

HoBART  Kingsbury  Painter Oberlin 

22  Spring  St. 

Oberlin  College,  1S75. 

James  Budden  Renshaw Richmond,  Mas.*; 

22  Council  Hall. 

Mass.  Agricultural  College,  1S73. 

IL\ts-Taro  Tamra Ilamamats.  Japan 

20  Coimcil  Hall. 

P.Tcific  University,  1S76. 

Evan  Thomas Granville 

.    8  Council  Hall. 

Denison  University,  1876. 

Qi'iNTius  CuRTius  Todd Tabor.  Iowa 

12  Council  Hall. 

Tabor  College,  1876. 

Middles 

10. 

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J  l^  N  I  0  R    CLASS. 

Solomon  Edmund  Breen Watertown,  N.  Y 

27  Coi\ncil  Hall. 

George  Edward  Crane                     Oberlin 

13  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1S77. 

LiciAN  Edmond  Danks Oberlin 

16  Elm  st. 

Herbert  Delos  GooDEXoufjii          Barton.  Wis 

I  Coimcil  I  [all. 

Oberlin  College,  1S77. 

EvANDER  Joseph  GooDSELi.               Nelson 

15  Coimcil  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1S77. 

Rupert  Preston  Hodge Janesville,  Wis 

9  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1S74. 

Syi.\axus  C.  Huntin(;ton,  Jr          Pulaski.  N.  Y 

2  Council  1  [all. 

Oberlin  College,  iS7''i. 

OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  KESIDENCES.  I!OOMS. 

Ji  DsoN  Onckkn  Leslie Princeton,  111  15  Council  Hall. 

Oborlin  College,  1877. 
Ik  \  JOHN  Manville Sparta 19  West  Lorain  st. 

Benj.\min  Fr.\nklix  Stafford    .    Cleveland 3  Council  Hall. 

Ifirani  College,  1S76. 

|oMN  HoixiES Carlingford,  Ont        10  Council  Hall. 

Dan.\  M aooox Obcrlin      19  Council  Hall. 

Fk.\nci.s  Marion  Price Oberlin 48  Groveland  st. 

James  Braixerd  Stockixc; Oberlin 3  Elm  st. 

IIe.nry  Fay  Tyler Columbus 14  South  Professor  st. 

Juniors 15. 


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CLASSICAL  AND  SCIENTIFIC  COURSE. 


FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 
JAMES  DASCOMB.  GILES  ^V.  SHURTLEFF. 

JOHN  M.  ELLIS.  ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT. 

CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL.  JAMES  K.  NEWTON. 

JUDSON  SMITH.  WILLIAM  G.  FROST. 


STUDENTS. 


SENIOR    CLASS. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Charles  Whitefield  Allex Oberlin 84 

William  Elliott  Barxhart Chippewa  Lake.  ...   4 

William  Alfred  Bowex Oberlin 34 

Frederick  Erwix  Brigham Trumbull 

Ch.\rles  Shermax  Browx Oberlin  27 

Hexry  Coxxer Burton,  111 85 

Amplias  Miltox'  Colxtrymax.  .  .Hastings,  Minn  ....   2 

Alexaxder  Sylvaxl's  E.vtox    .  .    Alamo,  Mich 

Lucius  Bierce  Fuller Nelson 34 

Marcus  Bell  Fuller Nelson 17 

W.\KEXE  Almoxt  Gates Middlefield 14 

Oliver  Hale  Kooxs Sulphur  Springs .  .    .73 

James  Hexdersox  Kyle Urbana,  111 8 

James  Hexry  Leoxard Bridgewater,  Mass    .   4 

William  Beecher  McIxtyre    .  .  .    Carthage,  111    i 

Irvixg  Wight  Metc.vlf Elyria  3 

Wilder  Stevexs  Metcalf  Elyria 7 


ROO.MS. 

Tappan  Hall. 

Elm  St. 

West  College  st. 

Chapel. 

North  Main  st. 

Tappan  Hall. 

College  Place. 

French  Hall. 

West  College  st. 

West  College  st. 

West  Lorain  st. 

Tappan  Hall. 

College  Place. 

Elm  St. 

South  West  St. 

Elm  St. 

South  Professor  st. 


10  OBEBLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  KESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

LiNDLEY  Warren  Morris Alliance 14  West  Lorain  st. 

Ch.\rle.s  Milton  Rice Russia Mr.  Rice's 

Alberto  Calvin  Shattuck Tontogany 2  College  Place. 

Karl  Andrew  Snyder Oberlin 11  Elm  st. 

David  Brainard  Spencer Benzonia,  Mich      .  .83  Tappan  Hall. 

Wesley  Meyers  Stover Lisle,  111 74  East  College  st. 

Henry  Ernest  Thayer Freedom S  College  Place. 

Eugene  Albert  Tittle North  Amherst        .1  South  West  st. 

Charles  Selden  Vaile Kokomo,  Ind 14  North  Professor  st. 

Solomon  Watkins Lawrence,  Kan 43  North  Professor  st. 

Albert  Marion  Wheeler Shelby 14  North  Professor  st. 

Geordie  Zeno  Whitney Oberlin 26  South  Professor  st. 

Melville  Clement  Whitney.  .  .  .Oberlin 26  South  Professor  st. 

Francis  Albert  Wilcox Richfield 78  Tappan  Hall. 

William  Ccllen  Wilcox Richfield 79  Tappan  Hall. 

Ellen  Electa  Grannis Oberlin 71  North  Main  st. 

Ellen  Amanda  Hayes Hanover Ladies'  Hall. 

May  Richards Oberlin 59  East  College  st. 


Seniors 


35- 


JUNIOR    CLASS. 

WiLiJERT  Lee  Anderson East  Berkshire,  Vt     50  West  College  st. 

Jason  Aloxzo  Barber Tontogany, 9  Walnut  st. 

Henry  Royce  Bass    West  Randolph,  Vt.  22  West  Lorain  st. 

Madison  William  Beacom Mechanicstown  ...  .20  South  Professor  st. 

Fred  Bellows Weep'g  Water,Neb.  21  South  Professor  st. 

George  B.  Boone Mecca    14  West  Lorain  st. 

William  Henry  Buss Cre.ston,  111 8  West  Lorain  st. 

DwiGHT  Howard  Clapp     Kirtland Cabinet  Hall. 

Seren(,  J  A  V  Clark Freedom 2  College  Place. 

Charles  Morse  Collier Salem,  Oregon ^7  Tappan  Hall. 

^^"'"'^  K,NL,,v  Cowan Hardin 13  East  Lorain  st. 

Olix  L  vKKAi    Fowi^er Livonia,  N.  Y 22  West  Lorain  st. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

11 

NAMES. 

RESIDENCES. 

ROOMS. 

William  Raymond  Green 

.  .  .Maiden.   Ill 

.21  West  College  st. 

James  Ishmael  Greves 

.  .  .Cleveland 

.45  West  College  st. 

Miles  Woodbury  Harrison. 

.  .  .  Lagrange 

.21  Elm  St. 

George  Berry  Heazeltox.  .  .  . 

.  .  Pittsburg,  Pa 

.  14  West  Lorain  st. 

Robert  Cehorn  Henderson  .  . 

.  .  Zanesville 

.  5  South  Professor  st. 

Willis  Arthur  Hitchcock.  .  .  . 

.  .  .  Owosso,  Mich 

.25  North  Main  st. 

William  Norman  Johnson.  .  .  . 

.  .  Oberlin 

.82  East  College  st. 

Henry  Churchill  King 

.    .Hillsdale,  Mich 

35  West  Lorain  st. 
.47  West  College  st. 

John  Kline 

.  .  .  Rensselaerville,N.Y 

Nestor  Light 

.  .    Milford,  Ct 

.  20  West  Lorain  st. 
.59  Tappan  Hall. 

Cornelius  Marshal  Low 

.  ..Polkville,  N.J 

John  Richard  Nichols 

.  .  .  Reading,  N.  Y 

.  iS  South  Water  st. 

Alford  Brown  Penniman 

.  .  .  Woodburn,  111  .  .    . 

.  14  West  Lorain  st. 

Henry  Ricker 

...Kelley's  Island..  .  . 

.35  West  Lorain  st. 

Samuel  Reynolds  Singer 

.  .  .Covington,  Ky. 

.50  Tappan  Hall. 

Benjamin  Thompson 

Newton  Wyeth 

L^rbana 

J.7  West  Colleare  st. 

New  Wa\-    

1  #                                                •^ 

.  14  West  Lorain  st. 

Sarah  Jane  Bebout    

. Savannah  

Ladies'  Hall. 

Mary  Emily  Case 

.  .    Milan 

.   9  Elm  St. 

.9)^  East  Lorain  st. 

Essie  Eliza  Johnson 

.  .  Fitchville 

Alice  Edwards  Mead 

.  .  .  Oberlin 

.   9  Elm  St. 

Mary  Braman  Rockwood 

. .  .  Oberlin 

.  18  North  Main  st. 

Mary  Elvira  Temple 

.  .Birmingham 

Ladies'  Hall. 

Ida  Elfleda  Willcutt 

.  .  .  Oberlin 

.  19  North  Main  st. 

Juniors    

• 

36. 

SOPHOMORE    CLASS. 

Leander  Jefferson  Aldrich  . 

..Conklingsville,N.Y 

.23  West  Lorain  st. 

D.wid  Edwin  Barney 

.  .La  Port,  Ind 

3  Elm  St. 
.   4  East  Lorain  st. 

Ervin  Robert  Barney 

.  .May wood,  111 

John  Henry  Beaco.m 

.  .Mechanicstown  .  . 

5  Elm  St. 

Watson  Elliott  Boise 

Harry  Cake 

.  .  .  Bellevue 

.   3  Elm  St. 

30  West  College  st. 

.  .    Fostoria .*.... 

_ 

j2  OBERLTN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 


H.VRVEY  Wilson  Comptox Coshocton  6  West  Lorain  st. 

John  William  Cunxick Mineral  Ridge 59  East  College  st. 

Darius  Lyman  Edwards Oberlin 79  North  Main  st. 

John  Sumner  Edmunds Oberlin 64  East  College  st. 

Clarence  Ross  Gale Jamestown,  N.  Y  .  .  .       First  Church. 

William  McLean  Graham Oshkosh,  Wis 12  West  Lorain  st. 

Byron  Bement  Harrison La  Grange 51  West  College  st. 

David  Alexander  Haylor Oberlin Mr.  Haylor's. 

William  Kaiser Gnadenhutten 19  West  Lorain  st. 

Charles  Loomis Freedom 4  East  Lorain  st. 

Edwin  Benedict  Loveland Oberlin i  South  Professor  st. 

Arthur  William  Lyon Wauseon 16  South  Professor  st. 

Daniel  Magnus OberUn 33  Tappan  Hall. 

Oscar  Homer  McConoughey Oberlin 35)^  North  Main  st. 

Charles  Edward  Morse Oberlin 3  North  Pleasant  st. 

George  Lewis  Nichols Oberlin 13  East  Lorain  st. 

Arthur  Powell Worthington 51  West  College  st. 

George  Andrews  Ramsey New  Lisbon 25  East  College  st. 

George  Cheever  Roberts Oberlin 2  College  Place. 

Dewitt  Nathan  Rosecrans Collinwood 2  College  Place. 

Jacob  Albright  Shawan Urbana  .    8  Forest  st. 

Western  Starr Moline.  Ill 4  East  Lorain  st. 

Ernest  Nathan  Warden Oberlin West  Lorain  st.     • 

-Maurice  Melville  Warner Plainfield,  111 12  West  Lorain  st. 

Francis  Timothy  Waters Lenox 40  West  Lorain  st. 

Frances  Eaton  Alden Rockland,  Me 7  Forest  st. 

Ella  Maria  Bailey Russia 42  North  Main  st. 

Ida  Beagle Blissfield,  Mich Ladies'Hall. 

Eva  Josephine  Ceas OberUn   7  South  Pleasant  st. 

Eva  Lillian  Hutchings Oberlin 7  Morgan  st. 

Susie  Kendall Cavendish,  Vt 32  South  Professor  st. 

Nettie  Luanna  Munson Oberlin 8  West  Lorain  st. 

AiuiiE  Krum  Tuttle West  Andover Ladies'  Hall. 

Emma  Younglove Rochester,  Minn.    .  .       Ladies'Hall. 

Sophomores      40. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

13   , 

FRESHMAN    CLASS. 

NAMES. 

RESIDENCES. 

ROOMS. 

Joseph  Fletcher  Bacon 

.Oberlin 

8  North  West  st. 

JosiAH  Harlow  Bellows 

.  Weep'g  Water,  Neb 

Second  Church. 

Jllius  Jacob  Bliss 

.  Bairibridge 

.37  North  Main  st. 

Elmer  Delazon.  Bostwick 

.  Edinburg 

25  West  College  st. 

William  Embert  Chamberlaix 
Edward  Payson  Churchill  .... 

Oberlin     ... 

6  North  West  st. 
.26  West  College  st. 

.Oberlin 

Ch.\rles  Elmer  Clarke 

.  Oberlin 

7  East  Mill  St. 

HURLBURT  ErASTUS  CoLE 

.  Strongsville 

2  College  Place. 

Albert  Ely  Coltox 

.Hudson,  Mich  .... 

20  North  Main  st. 

Charles  Stebbins  Doggett 

.Chicago,  111 

.    7  South  Professor  st. 

Willis  Fraxklix  D.\y 

.  Oberlin 

.Cincinnati 

.  20  North  Main  st. 
19  West  Lorain  st. 

William  Fisher  Dodge 

Will  Wall  Fay 

.  Saratoga  Spr"s,N.  Y 

.17  North  Main  st. 

Noel  Gale 

.  Madison 

.21  West  Lorain  st. 

Jabez  Wright  Giddixgs 

.Romeo,  Mich 

6  South  Professor  st. 

Turris  S.\muel  H  afford 

.  Fremont 

36  North  Main  st. 

William  Edward  Harrison-  .... 

.Victoria,  Brit.Amer 

.  4  Groveland  st. 

James  Moxroe  Henderson 

.  Evansville,  Ind.  .  .  . 

.61  East  College  st. 

James  Wilbur  Holton 

.  Savannah 

.41  West  Lorain  st. 

Warren  Henderson  Houston  .  . 

.Denmark,  Iowa.  .  . 

.  1 1  East  Lorain  st. 

Lyman  Walker  Hull 

.  Sandusky 

.   6  West  Lorain  st. 

Hutchins  Ixge 

.Danville,  Va 

.32  North  Pleasant  st. 

John  David  Jones 

.  Richville,  N.  Y .  .  . 

.61  East  College  st. 

William  Owen   Tones 

.Richville,  N.  Y... 
.Belleville 

38  North  Professor  st. 
15  Elm  st. 

•J 

John  Willard  Lanehart 

Robert  Scott  Linds.vy 

Andover,  Mass  .  .  . 

Society  Hall. 

Frederick  Myron  Mitchell.  .  .  . 

.  Peru 

.24  Tappan  Hall. 

Julian  Coates  Moore 

.South  Toledo 

17  North  Main  st. 

Ch.\rles  Edwin  Newberry 

.Rochester,  Mich 

45  West  College  st. 

W.\lter  Scott  Perry 

.  S.  Richmond,  N.  Y 

.  9  Forest  st. 

Horace  Greeley  Redington.  .  .  . 

.  South  Amherst  .  .  . 

.60  North  Main  st. 

George  Elwyn  Rose 

Ehria 

.54  South  Professor  st. 

Edw.\rd  Adelbert  Shann.\felt 

Cassopolis 

.  28  West  College  st. 

Arthur  Leon  Shumway 

.  Madison 

.20  North  Main  st. 

Charles  Jay  Siddall 

.  Oberlin 

32  West  College  st. 

TowNSEND  Smith   

.Chicago,  111 

.   8  Forest  st. 

u 


OBERLIJSr  COLLEGE. 


NAMES. 


KESIDENCES. 


Eddy  Herbert  Spoor Dowagiac,  Mich  .  .  .51  West  College  st. 

John  Cai-dwell  Thompson Urbana 47  West  College  st. 

Archihali)  Eugene  Thompsox  .  .  .  Medina 9>2  East  Lorain  st. 

William  James  Turner Seville 61  East  College  st. 

William  J.\y  Vickery Evansville,  Ind      .  .    36  North  Main  .st. 

John  Martin  Vincent Eh^ria 9  Forest  st. 

Elhert  Myrtox  Woodard Kirtland 22  Groveland  st. 

Alice  Estelle  Burt Oberlin ()%  East  Lorain  st. 

Olive  Chatfield Oberlin .3  West  st. 

Harriet  Eliza  Cushmax Mattoon,  111 Ladies'  Hall.  • 

Eva  Lucinda  Emory    Prophetstown,  111  .    42  North  Main  st. 

LiXA  Lee  Frayer Carson Ladies'  Hall. 

Lelia  E.  Johnson Oberlin 25  North  Professor  st. 

Elizabeth  Adams  Nichols Oberlin 13  East  Lorain  st. 


Freshmen 50. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


LITERARY  COURSE. 


FACULTY. 

JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 
JAMES  DASCOMB.  ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT. 

JOHN  M.  ELLIS.  JAMES  K.  NEWTON. 

CHARLES  H.   CHURCHILL.  GEORGE  H.  WHITE. 

JUDSON  SMITH.  MRS.  A.  A.  F.  JOHNSTON. 

MISS  MARY  M.  WRIGHT. 

STUDENTS. 

FOURTH    YEAR. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Julia  May  Adams Perrysburg. 

Mary  Elishaba  Betts Cleveland. 

Annette  Isadore  Burr Oberlin. 

Charlotte  Ann  Burr Morristown,  111. 

Jennie  Abbie  Calkins Pulaski,  N.  Y. 

Lucy  Ella  Chambers Bucyrus. 

Lydia  Virginia  Cone Painesville. 

Harriet  Lee  Cooper Fredrickstown. 

Phebe  Caroline  Cornell Sharonville. 

Grace  Augista  Fairchild Oberlin. 

Mary  Ellen  Gaston Sterling,  111. 

Anna  Elizabeth  Harter Crawfordsville,  Ind. 

Frances  Maria  Keep Oberlin. 

Helen  Josephine  Millspaugh Clinton,  Mich. 

Helen  Abbie  Pepoon Painesville. 

Cassie  Alda  Reamer Oberlin. 

Mattie  Eleanor  Spencely Galena,  111. 

Alice  Eulalie  Stewart Manhattan,  Kan. 

Caroline  Stolp Aurora,  111. 

Margaret  Elizabeth  Stratton   Stratford,  Ct. 

Lou  Masse Y  Tracy Mansfield. 

Laura  Elizabeth  Williams Oberlin. 

Rose  Olive  Wilmot Cleveland. 

Effie  May  Wood Carlisle. 

Fourth  Year   24. 


26 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


T  ]  I  I  R  i:)    YEAR. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Ellen  Adams Perrjsburg. 

Margaret  Shaw  Bacon Oberlin. 

Dora  Beattie Sandusky. 

Florence  Millie  Buck Sandusky. 

Mary  Bushnell Oberlin. 

Miriam  Eliza  Carey Iluntsburg. 

Flora  Bell  Carpenter Oberlin. 

Nettie  Cassell Dayton. 

Julia  Coates Bricksville. 

Eva  Edwards Oberlin. 

JiLiA  Anna  Evans Oberlin. 

Cora   Sarah  Ewing Ellinston,  N.  Y. 

Josephine  Franks Oberlin. 

Louise  Rainey  Frost Oberlin. 

Ella  Eliza  Gates New  London. 

Fannie  Nash  Henry Oberlin. 

Mary  Pamelia  Benton  Hill Flemington,  N.  J. 

Anna  Louise  Hine Painesville. 

Ida  May  Hull Sandusky. 

Ida  Louise  Miller Grant  City,  Iowa. 

Olive  Phelps  Miller Grant  City,  Iowa. 

Charlotte  Jane  Moore Galesburg,  111. 

Ida  Melissa  Parmenter Vermontville,  Mich. 

Ella  Elizabeth  Post Belleville. 

Anna  Mayo  Rich Elyria. 

Sarah  Huldah  Roe Madison. 

Mattie  Lelia   Rood Oberlin. 

Frances  Jennie  Ryder Austinburg. 

Francelia  Josephine  Spitzer Medina. 

Stella  TuTTLE  West  Andover. 

Im.'.Rence  Helen  Tyler Warren. 

Eva  Emma   Wallace Lorain. 

Matt.e  Minnie  Winslow Aurora,  111. 

J.  LLv  Ann  Woodson Berlin. 


Third  Year 


34- 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  17 


SECOND    YEAR. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Jessie  Lalra  Bacon Oberlin. 

Clara  Gertrude  Barxhart Chippewa  Lake. 

Eva  Arabella  Beebe Point  Marble  Head. 

Mary  Henrietta  Bohx Warrensville. 

Ida  Bell  Clary Northfield,  Minn. 

Margaret  Burtox  Covvles Jefferson. 

Emma  Jane  Clxxixgham Columbiana. 

Lizzie  Cixxingham Belleville. 

Eugexia  Cl'siiixg Huron. 

Nellie  Gray  Ellston Belleville. 

Myra  Celia  Fellows Chagrin  Falls. 

Flora  Bell  Galbreth Newark. 

Clara  Elizabeth  Harrison Granville,  111. 

Martha  Maria  Haskell Bloomfield. 

Nellie  Elmira  Hawley Mankato,  Minn. 

Addie  Whipple  Heald Canton,  111. 

May  Hexry Oberlin. 

Louise  D.  F.  Hogue Oberlin. 

Lizzie  Fraxces  Hollaxd Chicago,  111. 

Jessie  M.  Leonard Oberlin. 

MiTTiE  Mattie  Letch Ryegate,  Vt. 

Emm.\  Cl.\rissa  Linsley Gallon. 

Helen  Maria  Loomis Oberlin. 

May  Corixne  Loomis- Lodi. 

Frances  Fredrica  Munson Oberlin. 

Emma  Parry .  Lucas. 

Mary  Louise  Patterson Flint,  Mich. 

Mary  Cowles  Penfield Oberlin. 

Mary  Evelyn  Percival Portville,  Mich. 

Florence  Adelaide  Post Belleville. 

Jessie  Fidelia  Pouxds Oberlin. 

Ella  Roe Madison. 

Laura  Scott   Council  Bluffs,  Iowa. 

Ella  Mabel  Searle Portville,  N.  Y. 

Mary  Elizabeth  Sixger Weston. 

Ada  Jaxe  Smith Newark. 


jg  OBERLIX  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Makv  Lkonore  Thayer Garrettsville. 

Della  Josephine  Waite Oberlin. 

Anna  Lavina  Wallace Oberlin. 

Phcebe  Eliza  Williams Wauseon. 

Stella  Susan  Wright Oberlin. 

Jennie  Matilda   Wyeth New  Way. 

Second  Year 42- 


FIRST    YEAR. 

Augusta  Jeanette  Adams Huron. 

LiLLiE  Esther  Ball Huron. 

Kate  Baum New  Philadelphia. 

Mary  Alice  Beach Ruggles. 

Willie  Anna  Benchley Houston,  Texas. 

Lucy  Melvina  Bowles Brecksville. 

Mary  Josephine  Briggs Elyria. 

Louie  Sweeton  C.\rter Elyria. 

Martha  Louise  Clark Oberlin. 

Mary  Alice  Collier Chicago,  111. 

Adell  Virginia  Crandall Portville,  N.  Y. 

Ollie  Estell a  Crim Gallon. 

Katie  Louise  Deering Buchanan,  Mich. 

Ida  Lurana  Field Oberlin. 

Mary  E.  Fish Greenville,  Mich. 

Laura  Susanna  Ford Dover. 

Dora  Bell  Gallup Niles,  Mich. 

Agnes  Celia  Goss Oberlin. 

Lizzie  Sarah  Gurney Chester. 

Mariqjita  Hayes Hanover. 

Myra  Jane  Howes Mendota.  111. 

Mary  Cornelia  Johnson Oberlin. 

Carrie  Jordan Bucyrus. 

Eva  Sarah  Lamson Cameron,  N.  Y. 

Edith  Rehecca   Leavens Portville,  N.  Y. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  19 

s 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Flora  Adeline  Loomis Oberlin. 

Mary  Ella  Marsh La  Rue. 

Emma  Letitia  McCormick Cincinnati. 

Ada  Terrill  Mills Shawville. 

M,\ry  Louise  Nelson Elyria. 

Annette  Olive  Newberry Rochester,  Mich. 

Cora  May  Nichols Faribault,  Minn. 

Nellie  Spring Geneva. 

Mary  Ella  Stockham      .    Poland. 

Eva  Lee  Tatum Wilmington,  Ark. 

Fanny  Jane  Turner Faribault,  Minn. 

Mary  Eliza  Walker North  Amherst. 

Anna  Mary  Wicks West  Charlotte. 

Martha  Williams Albany,  N.  Y. 

Frederick  Conner  Dexter Lake  Village,  N.  H. 

Abrah.\m  Turner  Fultox Homer. 

R.  CoRB  Horr Wellington. 

First  Year 42. 


IN    SELECT    STUDIES. 

Barton  John  Ashley Marengo. 

Seloy  Andrew  Bass West  Randolph,  Vt. 

RoswELL  Clinton  Canfield New  Rochester. 

Howard  Handel  Carter Tallmadge. 

Oliver  Hobart  Chapin Spartansburg,  Pa. 

Clarence  Warner  Cooke Honolulu,  S.  I. 

George  M.  Derr Sharon. 

David  Edgar  French Oberlin. 

William  Nahum  Gates Elyria. 

Benjamin  Hoover Smithville  Station. 

Cl,\rkson  Wilberforce  Houser Winona,  Minn. 

John  Henry  Hull Oberlin. 

Thomas  Anthony  Humphreys Delphos. 


20 


OBEBLIN'  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Ciiari.es  S.  Leeper Monticello,  111. 

John  Niciiol.\s  Matincheff Samakov,  Bulgaria. 

Oscar  Burnham  Moss Zanesville. 

Willis  Garry  Reed Hartford. 

Horace  Smith Boswell. 

Charles  Edward  Winslow Aurora,  111. 

Malcolm  William  Wise Pittsburg,  Pa. 

Mary  Adelle  Bradley Bangkok,  Siam. 

Anna  Brandon Petrolia,  Pa. 

Emily  Anna  Brown Camden,  N.  J. 

Caroline  Elizabeth  Eldred Olmstead. 

Alice  Mary  Heald Canton,  111. 

Delora  Ion  a  Jenkins Oberlin. 

Alta  Lafferty Oberlin. 

Florence  W.  Packard La  Porte,  Ind. 

Mary  Garfield  Park Oberlin. 

Edna  Alice  Smith Oberlin. 

Jane  West Aurora,  111. 

Mary  Whedon Oberlin. 

In  Selecft  Studies 32. 


CLASSICAL  SCHOOL. 

INSTRUCTORS. 

GEORGE  H.  WHITE,  Principal. 

LANMAN  J.  NETTLETOX.  SYLVANUS  C.  HUNTIXGTON. 

HERBERT  D.  GOODENOUGH.  MISS  MARY  M.  WRIGHT. 

STUDENTS. 

SENIOR    CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Benjamin  Fraxklix  Ai.dridge Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Fayette  Gilmax  Appletox  Victory.  Vt. 

Herbert  Wilblr  Bessey Oberlin. 

Jonx  Charles  Bucklix Grand  Rapids,  Mich. 

Arthur  William  Burt Oberlin. 

Orxx  Baxter  Cady Oberlin. 

Lewis  Leffixgwell  Campbell Mineral  Ridge. 

Plimpton  B.  Chase Sparta. 

Charles  Hexry  Clague Dover. 

W.\LTER  DiSBRO  Close Henrietta. 

William  Hamilton-  Cowles Oberlin. 

George  Fraxklix  Douthitt Atwater. 

James  William  Dow Cortland. 

Elisha  Brighton-  Durfee Marion. 

Lafayette  Asael  Edwards Oberlin. 

James  Thome  Fairchild Oberlin. 

James  Carlile  Graham Lowville,  N.  Y. 

Homer  Milton  Hill Seneca. 

Horace  Apollo  Holcomb Romeo,  Mich. 

Alfred  Henry  Howard Oberlin. 


22 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  KESIDENCES. 

John  Freeman  Jackson Oberlin. 

Jami:s  William  Johnson Washington. 

LoREN  Windsor  Jordan Bucyrus. 

William  C.  Kitchen Oxford,  Mich. 

Frank  Nichols  Leavens Faribault.  Minn. 

Charles  Craig  Levan  Shelbyville,  Mo. 

Elmer  Wales  Matter Brodhead,  Wis. 

Alfred  McCaskey Sulphur  Springs. 

Frank  B.  McDaniel " Oberlin. 

George  Herbert  Mead Oberlin. 

Joseph  Cephas  Mebane Mebanesville,  N.  C. 

William  Miller   Vine  Ridge. 

Ja.min  Seth  Morse Brownhelm. 

Frank  Styles  Owen Catawba  Island. 

William  Henry  Peck Oberlin. 

John  M.  Pittinger Spencer. 

William  Hathaway  Pound Tipton,  Iowa. 

Lewis  Humphrey  Pounds Oberlin. 

Charles  Walter  Purple Oberlin. 

J.  T.  Ra.msdell Marblehead. 

George  Bartley  Reid    . .      Monahan,  Ireland. 

Charles  Stephen  Roe Patchogue,  N.  Y. 

Vernon  Harris  Rood Oberlin. 

Peter  "William  Schaden Elvria. 

John  Joseph  Schmidt Leland's  Corners. 

Lewis  Rogers  Scott Wakeman. 

Washington  Simms Greenville,  Mich. 

Charles  Edward  Smith Romeo,  Mich. 

George  Anderson  Smith New  London. 

Robert  John  Smith Brazil,  Ind. 

Orrin  Joseph  Smith Oberlin. 

George  Franklin  Solier Stryker. 

Willis  Peck  Sperrv      Tallmado-e. 

Samuel  Wales  Stevens Windham. 

Everett  Lincoln  Stratton New  York  City. 

Charles  Henry  Sawyer Kent. 

TuLLY  McCrea  Talbot Westville. 

Hervey  Davis  Travis West  Point. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Andrew  Rollin  Tressler Bryan. 

Champion  James  Waring Port  Mills,  Vt. 

John  Monroe  Whitman Chatham  Center. 

Edgar  Nelson  Wicks Meridan,  111. 

Herbert  Frank  Wilbur Oberlin. 

NoRM.\N  Porter  Willard Plainvicw,  Minn. 

Alfred  Augustls  Wood West  Bend,  Wis. 

LiNA  Emelia  Burt Oberlin. 

Alice  M.  Cowles Oberlin. 

Josephine  Laura  Fish Berlin  Heights. 

Ella  Glenn Oberlin. 

Lucy  Adelaide  Hutcmings Oberlin. 

Mary  Hubbell .   Mt.  Vernon. 

Effie  Maria  Hyde Wetmore,  Kan. 

Minnie  Eliza  Maltby Oberlin. 

Hattie  E.  Martling St.  Louis,  Mo. 

Abbie  Huntington  Mills North  Ridgeville. 

Seniors 75- 


MIDD  LE    CLASS. 

James  William  Anthony Ottawa,  111. 

Samuel  Artiiir  Baldwin Sullivan. 

William  Rice  Barton Mt.  Vernon. 

Rodney  D.  Bemis Oberlin. 

Llewellyn  W.  Beynon .La  Crosse,  Wis. 

Angelo  Randolph  Bonney Brownstonc,  Mich. 

Hezekiah  Fletcher  Boyd Jelloway. 

Dan  Freeman  Bradley Bangkok,  Siam. 

Harry  Clyde  Brooks Painesville. 

Herbert  Austin  Brown Oberlin. 

James  L.  Brown Yellow  Bud. 

Frank  Augustus  Bunce Oberlin. 

Henry  Martin  Camp Painesville. 


£4  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCKS. 

Henry  Northrup  Castle Honolulu,  S.  I. 

J.  Wilbur  Chapman  Richmond,  Ind. 

Cyrus  Alonzo  Clark Union,  111. 

Charles  Mason  Cook Elton,  N.  Y. 

Charles  Morgan  Crosswell Adrian,  Mich. 

Ira  Oliver  Curtiss Marengo,  111. 

Irving  Enw  ard  Dale Oberlin. 

George  Charles  Ehrhart North  Amherst. 

Gomer  Geraldis  Evans North  Jackson. 

Henry  Clay  Ferguson Wilmington,  Del. 

Emmor  Walton  Fife Cleveland. 

Baxter  Todd  French Oberlin. 

Claudius  Buchanan  French Oberlin. 

James  Henry  Garnett New  York  City. 

George  Bennett  Giddings Oberlin. 

Charles  Graefe Sandusky. 

Arthur  Hill  Griffiths Richville,  N.  Y. 

Arthur  Webster  Hall Selma,  Ala. 

WiNFiELD  Pierce  Hatch Oberlin. 

Webster  Lynde  Hendrick Richville,  N.  Y. 

Willis  Phelps  Hendrick Richville,  N.  Y. 

Walter  Milton  Hill Hudson,  Mich. 

Ira  Potter  Holcomb Romeo,  Mich. 

Edvi'ard  L.  Hotchkiss Kirtland. 

Joseph  James  Jackson Mason,  Mich. 

William  Melville  Johnston Selma,  Ala. 

Alfred  Allen  Kearney  Roberts,  111. 

Amos  Morell  Kent Genoa. 

Theodore  Albert  King Corydon,  Iowa. 

William  Clark  Linton Clarksville. 

Samuel  Morris  Lewis Ottawa,  111. 

John  Alexander  Lowrie Rochester. 

Alfred  Joseph  M  alle Bedford. 

Robert  Gibson  McDonald Coltsville. 

John  McLennan Elgin,  N.  Y. 

Benjamin  Oliver  McMichaei Ashley. 

WiLMOT  Vernon  Metcalf Elyria. 


OBERLTN  COLLEGE. 


.NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Flavel  Alglstl's  Morse.  .  . Oberlin. 

Alfred  Charles  Moysey Kelley's  Island. 

Clark  Henry  Nye Concord. 

Charles  Fremont  Pearson Mallet  Creek. 

Charles  S.wiuel  Penfield Bucyrus. 

Fred  Everett  Pomeroy Oberlin. 

John  Dl'dley  Pope Waukegan.  111. 

Georcjk  Foster  Prentiss Windham,  Vt. 

Everett  Spencer  Robinson Patchogue,  N.  \ . 

Yancey  Benjamin  Si.ms Shelby,  Ala. 

William  Joshlw  Shedd   Watseka,  111. 

Henry  Augustls  S.mith Solon. 

Edmund  Smith Sidney,  O. 

Roderick  Henry  S.mith Dunkirk,  N.  Y. 

ToHN  William  S.mith Sarahsville. 

Wilson  Solether Jerry  City. 

Frederick  Ives  Stebbins Houghton  Creek,  N.  Y. 

Richard  Jachix  Te.mple Vicksburg,  Miss. 

Rlssel  Lord  Tracv Mansfield. 

John  Charles  Turney Ostrander. 

George  Wells  Tyler Oberlin. 

Ernest  Vernest  Underhill La  Grange. 

Moses  Fleetwood  Walker Oberlin. 

Oliver  Sheldon  Wells • Seville. 

EroEXE  Howard  West Oberlin. 

George  Clarence  Westervelt Oberlin. 

Herbert  Eugene  Westervelt.  .  .' Oberlin. 

Asa  Charles  Wilson Oberlin. 

Alonzo  Dock  Woodworth Irwin  Station. 

Andrew  Witherup Oberlin. 

William  Ward  Wyckoff Roberts,  111. 

John  Orlando  Zerbe Osnabury. 


Jennie  Marae  O'Reilley MarysviUc. 

Minnie  Louise  Stratton New  \  ork  City. 

Middles 84- 


.>6'  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


JUNIOR  CLASS. 

NAMES.  KESIDENCES. 

David  Lyman  Adams Nashville,  111. 

Charles  Stafford  Ames Bucyrus. 

John  Samuel  Bailey Sugar  Grove,  Ind. 

Jeremiah  Augustus  Barber Butler,  Ind. 

Willis  Arthur  Bessey Oberlin. 

Isaac  Newton  Bowman Upper  Sandusky. 

Harlan  Fessenden  Burket Findley. 

Arthi'r  Chapix  Carruthers Oberlin. 

De  Reef  Cardozo Columbia,  S.  C. 

George  Cooper Grinnell,  la. 

C.  J.  Cole Oberlin. 

George  Loughridge  Cooper Glasgow,  Scotland. 

William  Hawkes  Cutler Florida,  111. 

William  Mitchell  Cunningham Oberlin. 

John  Elijah  Da  vies Oberlin. 

Joh.v  Laving  Dext.\m Cleveland. 

Charles  Warren  Dickens Memphis,  Tenn. 

Henry  Winston  Dillard Wabaunsee,  Kan. 

Merrick  Starr  Embree Malta. 

Frank  Jexness  Fay Moss  Run. 

Willard  Ashton  Frasier Lockport,  111. 

Charlie  Flinn   North  Manchester,  Ind. 

Charles  Johnson  Goss Oberlin. 

Perry  Henry  Gripping Oberlin. 

Otto  Fra n k  H  agem an Black  River. 

Lutiiek  Donald  Hamilton Clark.sburg,  Ind. 

Charles  Robinson  Haydn Cleveland. 

Charles  Prescott  Heald Canton,  111. 

Thomas  Frank  Hildebrand Union  Station. 

James  Howard  Holt Marysville. 

Joseph  M.  Hotchkiss Troy,  Kan. 

Arthur  Asa  jAquES Oberhn. 

Frank  Sherman  Jenne New  London. 

William  Jones Jefferson,  111. 

Jerome  Napoleon  Lee     Florence. 


OBERLIX  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Samuel  David  Llewellyn Mineral  Ridge. 

Fred  Browx  Lyoxs Oberlin. 

Ralph  Joxes  Lyoxs Oberlin. 

High  Fremont  McIxtosh Salinesville. 

William  Hexry  McLaughlin Greenwich. 

Roderick  McLennan Elgin,  N.  Y. 

Charles  Howard  North Oberlin. 

William  Charles  Xorthrip Olmsted  Falls. 

Andrew  Jacksox  Outerside Galveston,  Texas. 

George  E.  Prosser New  London. 

Charles  H.  Rodi Ubi  Bene. 

George  Alsome  Salisbury Martin. 

Charles  Giddings  Sanford Avoca,  la. 

Edward  Maxn^ing  Smith Princeton,  111. 

Alex.  Ormistox  Spexce East  Cleveland. 

Edwix  Wilbur  Sprixg Geneva, 

Henry  Spencer  Swift Calumet,  Mich. 

Shepard  Hamlix  Wood Sycamore,  111. 

Ralph  Rupert  Youxg Twinsburg. 

Juniors 54- 


^S  OBEBLTN  COLLEGE. 


ENGLISH  SCHOOL. 


INSTRUCTORS. 


GEORGE  H.  WHITE,  Principal. 
HOBART  K.  PAINTER.  JUDSON  O.  LESLIE. 

-MISS  MARY  M.  WRIGHT. 


STUDENTS. 

■  GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Fredrick  George  Allex Madria  Springs,  N.  Y. 

Samuel  Arxold Fremont. 

Charles  B.  Atherton Four  Corners. 

A.  Bandeen Scotch  Ridge. 

Leslie  Emerson  Bangs West  Richfield. 

Allen  Stewart  Barber Mt.  Vernon. 

Charles  Lee  Barnes Canton,  III. 

Frank  W.  Z.  Barrett Clarksfield. 

Sherman  F.  Blackman Clarksfield. 

Henry  Blair Edwardsville,  Ind. 

Richard  Thomas  Boyd East  Springfield. 

Albert  Jenkins  Breed Toledo. 

William  Jesper  Brokaw North  Eaton. 

Herbert  Orlando  Brown Sandusky. 

Charles  Carroll  Bryant South  Amherst. 

William  Eigene  Bragg Troy.  Mo. 

Charles  Lute  Bullard Oberlin. 

R.  H.  Calaway    Ironton. 

John  Randolph  Carpenter Coe  Ridge. 

Charles  Arthur  Casseli Mt.  Vernon. 

WiLKiE  W.  Chapman         Huntington. 

George  Thomas  Chandler Lorain. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  29 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Fr.\ncisCole.m.\n Oberlin. 

True  L.  Cr.\gin \ La  Grange. 

George  Ru.ssell  Crehore Sheffield. 

George  Rvfus  Curtis Milan. 

Thomas  Andrew  Davidson Scotch  Ridge. 

Charles  Henry  Davis Cleveland. 

John  William  Davis Mineral  Ridge. 

David  S.  D.vvis Mineral  Ridge. 

William  F.  Dexmax    Wakeman. 

Charles  Wells  Dexison Greensburg. 

John  Butler  Dodge Middle  Bass  Is. 

John  Dorx Sandusky  City. 

William  Franklix  Ellis Petersburg,  Va. 

Clarexce  L.  Exnis Ubi  Bene. 

Edward  Paysox  Gale Jamestown,  N.  Y. 

Doxald  Fraxcis  Gibbs Oberlin. 

Fremont  Gifford Wellington. 

Mark  Israel  Greexleaf Charlestown. 

Preston  Hexry  Hall Charlotte,  N.  C. 

William  Hexry  Haxchett Kanesville,  111. 

Frank  Sutherland  Harder Castleton,  N.  Y. 

Benjamin  N.  Hawes Norwalk. 

Wick  Dennick  Heazleton Youngstown. 

William  Hanson  Hilton Monongahela,  Pa. 

Peter  Housen Ironton. 

Horace  Beecher  Hovey Munson. 

Robert  Lemuel  Hunter Warren. 

Andrew  Jackson Laporte- 

Leslie  Ellis  Johxson Chicago,  111. 

Charles  D.  Kendeigh South  Amherst. 

William  Klink    Clyde. 

William  Tilton  Leonard Greenwich. 

Edmund  Lorin  Loomis Scotch  Ridge. 

William  Hexry  Lippus Berlin  Heights. 

Charles  Johx  Martin    Vermillion. 

Franklin  Joseph  McGuire Mansfield. 

Frank  Elwood  McKellogg North  Fairfield. 

Hugh  McMullen Pittsfield. 


so  OBEJILIN  COLLFME. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Charles  Meech North  Ridgeville. 

William  Maurell  Monroe Oberlin. 

Ralph  Waldo  Munson Martin. 

Orlo  Clayton  Nelson Olmsted. 

MiLO  West  Norris Nankin. 

Myron  Dale  Osborn Sandusky. 

Edward  Payson  Otis Winfield. 

Jacob  Marsh  Overmyer Lindsey. 

Charles  Anson  Parker     Cleveland. 

Charles  Milton  Pierce Clarksfield. 

Jacob  Pleasant Hillsboro. 

Albert  Edwin  Pynchon Rockport. 

William  Narell  Richardson Jackson,  Miss. 

Charles  Hezeki ah   Read Union,  111. 

Hiram  Whitney  Richmond Liverpool. 

George  Reber Sandusky. 

John  Snow  Reynolds Washington,  D.  C. 

Frank  Gordon  Robb Coe  Ridge. 

Charles  Addison  Root Adrian,  Mich. 

Charles  Frederick  Roth   Monroe,  Mich. 

Amos  Theodore  Russell Wakeman. 

John  Elliott  Russell Mt.  Vernon. 

Edward  Steele  Sawyer Mentor. 

Hezekiah  Shorter     Lawrence,  Kan. 

Ed  Marland  Senter Calumet,  Mich. 

Jon.\than  Greene  Smith Ashcum,  111. 

Edward  Henry  Spear      Oberlin. 

Collins  Swan  Sprague Florence 

Frederick  Hammott  Sprague Florence. 

Newton  Lyman  SqL'iER Ransom,  Mich. 

Elmer  George  Starr Buchanan,  Mich. 

Frank  Warren  Streator Oberlin. 

Henry  Wilson  Thorp Martin. 

Edwin  C.  Tillinghast Berlin  Heights. 

Edgar  Joseph  Townsend Sheffield. 

Charles  Edward  Tucker    Elyria. 

Richard  Wallace Copper  Falls,  Mich. 

Asa  Le.muel  Weston    Dover. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  31 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Benjamin  Franklin  Wheeler Charlotte,  N.  C. 

John  Oscar  White Oberlin. 

William  Henry  White Oberlin. 

Herbert  Lee  Whitney Pittsfield. 

Hiram  Arthur  Whitney Oberlin. 

Albert  Wible Canal  Dover. 

David  Sylvanus  Williams Wilkesbarre,  Pa. 

Theodore  Harvey  Williams.  . Mankato,  Minn. 

Edward  Perry  Wilmot Oberlin. 

Clark  Albert  Wilder Coldwater,  Mich. 

WiLBER  Joseph  Young Four  Corners. 

Gentlemen io8. 


LADI  ES. 

Cornelia  Adams Olmstead. 

Mary  Andrews Rockport. 

Emma  Mary  Annis South  Amherst. 

Lillian  Josephine  Armstrong Winchester,  Ind. 

Inah  Elloy  Avery Henrietta. 

Sarah  Elmina  Avery Henrietta. 

Helen  Bassett   Oberlin. 

Mary  Elizabeth  Bates Bellevuc. 

Louise  Bazine Oberlin. 

Alice  Maud  Beecher Oberlin. 

Anna  Mabel  Beecher '. Oberlin. 

Anna  Beeken   Groton  Centre. 

Samantha  Jane  Beverly Port  Gibson,  Miss. 

Mary  Virginia  Blocker Doylestown. 

Helen  Flavilla  Boyden Northfield. 

Caroline  Ruth  Boyden Northfield. 

Bettie  Amelia  Bradford Port  Gibson,  Miss. 

Belle  Aurelia  Brown Oberlin. 

Catherine  Brown Frederickstown. 

Julia  Browning Belpre. 

Jennie  Eliza  Buckland Hartford,  Ct. 

Sarah  Margaret  Campbell Hillsboro. 


33  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Ellen  Martha  Carpenter Gays  Mills,  Pa. 

Gertrude  C assell Mt.  Vernon. 

LiLLiE  May  C assell Dayton. 

Helen  Kingsbury  Castle Honolulu,  S.  I. 

Grace  Churchward Berea. 

Harriet  Marilla  Clark Murry,  Iowa. 

Eva  May  Close Birmingham. 

Fannie  Adelaide  Close Birmingham. 

Margaret  Ann  Cochrane Hancock,  Mich. 

LuA  Abigail  Coe Coe  Ridge. 

Sarah  Candaetta  Cook Detroit,  Mich. 

Louise  Coates Whiteside,  Mich. 

Lou  Frazier  Cowan Sidney. 

Ella  Crittenden Ruggles. 

Hattie  Clariss.\  Crooker Ashtabula. 

Susie  Ann  Dickerson Friars  Point,  Miss. 

Mary  Annetta  Dodge Madison. 

Marriss.\  Ruth  Eggleston Brissells. 

Eliza  Jane  Eldridge Cleveland. 

Susan  Farmer East  Rockport. 

Minnie  Agnes  Fitzgerald Mt.  Ash,  England. 

Clara  S.\rah  Fowler Livonia,  N.  Y. 

Belle  Geary Shiloh. 

Lucy  Ann  Gibson Oberlin. 

Josephine  B.  Giddings Rockport. 

Kittie  E.  Giddings Rockport. 

Cora  Lillian  Gilman Belvidere.  111. 

Helen  Louisa  Grimes Mansfield. 

Ida  Jane  Groot Kipton. 

Grace  Greenwood  Ha.milton Clarksburg,  Ind. 

Sophronia  Elizabeth  Hamilton Litchfield,  III. 

Celia  Elsie  Handyside Litchfield. 

Betsey  Ann  Harriman Bedford. 

Ida  Ann  Harvey Bucvrus. 

Olive  Isabella  Harvey Bucj'rus. 

Janette  Hawkins Rockport. 

Nettie  Hattie  Hawkins Rockport. 

JiLiA  Eva  Haycox Ea.st  Cleveland. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  33 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Mary  Frances  Hicks Danville. 

Sarah  Higgins Oberlin. 

Agnes  Hixe Painesville. 

Sarah  Hattie  Hine Berlin  Heights 

Marian  Lexore  Hinton Vermillion. 

Erie  Anx  Hogg Reno,  Pa. 

Lillie  Axna  Hollister Bristol,  Ct. 

M ATTiE  Hortox Pittsfield. 

Effie  Maria  Hyde Wetmore,  Kan. 

Mary  Dell  Jacksox Vermillion. 

Susie  Elvixa  James Austin,  Texas. 

Ella  Jamesox Port  Marble  Head. 

Estelle  Jaxe  Johxsox Busti,  N.  Y. 

Eleroxi.\  Harriet  Joslix Pueblo,  Col. 

Cyxthia  Jcdsox Oberlin. 

AxxiE  Darling  Kelley Boise  City,  Idaho. 

Josephine  Alice  Kexxel Trenton. 

Sophia  Christina  Klixe Birmingham. 

Mary  Biaxca  Lake Oberlin. 

Mary  Lexa  LaMoure Oberlin. 

Nettie  DeElla  Langston Washington,  D.  C. 

Louise  Leary Oberlin. 

Lillie  Coiy  Lee Florence. 

Huldah  May  Leonard Chatham. 

AxxiE  Delight  Lixtox Nelson. 

Anxa  Stewart  Loudon Philadelphia.  Pa. 

Gixevra  Jaxe  Lord Ravenna. 

Adella  Mapes Henrietta. 

Marion  Emily  Marsh Bristol,  Wis. 

Maria  Marshall Auburn. 

Mary  R.  Mathewson Mendon,  Mich. 

Mary  Mathis Yorktown.  111. 

Henrietta  Jaxe  McCleery West  Alexandria.  Pa. 

Alice  Armixa  McFarlaxd Solon. 

Mary  McKinxey Columbia.  S.  C. 

Luella  p.  McRoberts Oberhn. 

Martha  Thomas  Meaxs Oberlin. 

Lottie  Minerva  Merwin Oberlin. 


34  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Frances  Axn  Messenger Collins. 

EsTELLA  Metcalf Sidney. 

LrcEi.LA  Metcalf Sidney. 

Elizabeth  Adalade  Miller Newark,  N.  J. 

Mary  Morse Greenwich. 

Mary  Joan  Nelson    Shalersville. 

Anna  Eliza  Nettleton Oberlin. 

LocisE  Agnes  Noble Greenwood,  Ind. 

Nellie  Verne  Norris Nankin. 

Amanda  Jane  Otis Hicksville. 

Emma  Louisa  Palmer Fostoria. 

Lenore  Palmer Port  Gibson,  Miss. 

Mary  Jane  Packard New  London. 

Jennie  Lind  Parsons Vermillion. 

Viola  Parsons Oberlin. 

Ellen  M.  Pelton Cleveland. 

Mary  Phillips Greenville,  Pa. 

Lucy  Tryphena  Pomeroy Kipton. 

Sarah  Stella  Redfield Ransom,  Mich. 

Helen  Clara   Reiniiardt Granville,  III. 

Sylva  Elmeda  Richmond North  Amherst. 

LiLLA  Lexora  Rhodes Oberlin. 

Louise  Lucy  Robbins Lasrantife. 

Letty  Elizabeth  Robinson North  Ridgevillc. 

SusAXAH  Reunbaugh Bucyiiis. 

Anna  Frances  Ryder Sterling,  111. 

Jennie  Maud  Searle Berkshire. 

GussiE  Sears Townsend. 

Virginia  Sellers Shawneeville,  111. 

Phcebe  Isabel  Sheldon Avon. 

Mary  Lavinia  Sibley Prophetstown,  111. 

Pauline  Lucca  Simpson Oberlin. 

Maria  A.  Smith Eau  Clare,  Wis. 

Minnie  LeCompte  Smith Leavenworth,  Kan. 

Cora  Maria  Sqiire Oberlin. 

Mary  Louise  Stratton Oberlin. 

Zerry  Strong Akron,  Ind. 

Mary  Agnes  Sturtevant Vermillion. 


OBEBLIN  COLLEGE.  35 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Eva  Amy  Sweet Avon. 

Maggie  A.  Tatum Wilmington,  Ark. 

Chlor  Mary  T.\ylor Elyria. 

Flor.\  Djantha  Taylor Claridon. 

Mary  Ann  Temple Vicksburg,  Miss. 

Mary  E.  Templeton Warrensville. 

Nina  Tenxant Kipton. 

EuGENi.\  Thomas Fostoria.  Ct. 

Carrie  Bell  Townsexd Sheffield. 

LiLLiE  Bell  Turner St.  Louis,  Mo. 

Carrie  Wager Rockport. 

Faxnie  Agnes  Wagner Vermillion. 

Ella  Maria  Waite Lagrange. 

Mary  Ella  Warner Oberlin. 

Anna  Waugh Canton,  111. 

Mary  Wheels Vermillion. 

Agnes  White Willoughby. 

Lillie  Adalade  White Willoughby. 

Bertie  Wiley Oberlin. 

Bell  Ruth  Willey Spencer. 

Emily  Silvi.v  Williamson Xenia. 

Mary  Sarah  Williard Berlin  Heights. 

Etta  Mary  Worcester Kingston,  111. 

Fannie  Frost  Wright Oberlin. 

Bertha  North  Wright Glastonbury,  Ct. 

Cora  B.  Young Monroeville. 

Katherixe  Edda  Young Detroit,  Mich. 

Sarah  Alice  Zixk Crestline. 

Ladies ^64- 


FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  Puesident. 

FENELON  B.  RICE,  Director. 

CALVIN  B.  CADY.  JAMES  R.  SEVERANCE.  FRANK  M.  DAVIS. 

L.  CELESTIA  WATTLES.  HELEN  M.  RICE. 


STUDENTS. 

GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

George  Whitfield  Andrews Oberlin. 

Ovid  Pope  Barbour Traer,  Iowa. 

Reuben  Alview  Beard Columbus. 

William  Fremont  Blackman Kirksville,  Mo. 

Samuel  Horace  Blakeslee Oberlin. 

Harry  Clyde  Brooks Oberlin. 

Franklin  U.  Bruner Caledonia. 

BuRRiTT  Watson  Burgess Montville. 

Lyman  Willard  Burr Oberlin, 

Daniel  Ellis  Bushxell Oberlin. 

DeReef  C ardozo Columbia,  S.  C. 

James  Bickxell  Castle Honolulu,  Hawaiian  Is. 

Charles  Nathaniel  Chadbourne Rochester,  Minn. 

George  Chandler Lorain. 

Clarence  Warner  Cooke Sandwich  Islands. 

Clarence  Cranston Milford  Center. 

William  Hawks  Culter Florid,  111. 

George  Rufus  Curtis Milan. 

Charles  Erwin  Davis Dublin. 


OBEBLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDEN'CES. 

Edward  Davis Gomer. 

Bi  RT  Erastvs  DeYo Oberlin. 

Elisha  Brightmax  Durfee Marion. 

Claudius  Blchaxax  Frexch Oberlin. 

William  Nahim  Gates Elyria. 

LoRixG  Levi  Geer East  Springfield,  Pa. 

Stiles  Justix  Gillett Lindenville. 

EvAXDER  Joseph  Goodsell Nelson. 

WixFiELD  Pierce  Hatch Oberlin. 

Charles  Robixson  Haydex Cleveland. 

Will  Abram  Hexry Oberlin. 

Thomas  Moxroe  Hollow  ay Burbank. 

James  Wilbur  Holtox .* Savannah. 

Oliver  Earle  Hotchkiss South  Kirtland. 

Evertox  Robixsox  Houstox Olivesburg. 

Sylvaxus  Coxverse  Huxtingtox,  Jr Pulaski,  N.  Y. 

JoHX  Calvix  Irvix Iberia. 

Sylvester  B.  Isexhart Eden. 

Asa  Arthur  jAqtES Mankato,  Minn. 

William  Norm  ax  Johxsox Oberlin. 

Oliver  Hale  Kooxs Sulphur  Springs. 

Charles  Edmuxd  Kaylor Beaver  Creek.  Md. 

Staxley  Bird  Lafferty Oberlin. 

Almoxd  Hodges  Latham Welshfield. 

James  Hexry  Leoxard Bridgewater.  Mass. 

Charles  Beebe  Martix Oberlin. 

Samuel  McCoxaughy Penfield. 

Wilder  Stevexs  Metcalf Elyna. 

Johx  Shermax  Miller Ellsworth. 

William  Mooxey Lenox. 

Fraxcis  Josephus  Moore Hicksville. 

Charles  Walthall  Morrisox Freestone. 

Oscar  Burxham  Moss Zanesville. 

Robert  William  Moysey Kelley's  Island. 

Eli  Clixtox  Ohm  art North  Manchester,  Ind. 

Hobart  Kingsbury  Paixter Oberlin. 

Charles  Samuel  Pexfield      Bucynis. 

Hexry  Reed Osnaburg. 


38  OBEBLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Henry  Ricker Kelley's  Island. 

William  Newtox  Robixsox Kenton. 

Charles  Edward  Smith Romeo,  Mich. 

Newtox  Lemuel  Sq_i  ire Ransom.  Mich. 

Edgar  George  Sweet Avon. 

Nathax  Chauncey  Uxderhill .New  London. 

Perry  Partox  Weed Douglas,  Mich. 

Edwin  Jonathan  Young Loyal  Oak. 

Gentlemen 65. 


LADIES. 

Jennie  Augusta  Adams Huron. 

Carrie  Elizabeth  Andrews Romeo,  Mich. 

Nina  Ruth  Bacon Oberlin. 

Ella  Cornelia  Baker Lansing,  Mich. 

Ro.MiE  Julia  Baldwin Nevada. 

Aurie  Victorix'e  Barnes Austinburg. 

Cynthia  Helen  Barnes Oberlin. 

Sara  Elnor  Barrett Marion. 

Sarah  Maria  B.\rrows Oberlin. 

Sarah  A.  Barker St.  John's,  Mich. 

Anna  May  Beach Pittsfield. 

MiTTiE  Artemesia  Bebout Savannah. 

Ixdia  Elizabeth  Bell Oberlin. 

WiLLiAxxA  Bexchley Houston,  Texas. 

Lix  Bexh.v.m Avon. 

Ida  Bevixgtox  Blakeslee Oberlin. 

Helex  Mary  Boise Grand  Rapids,  Mich. 

Maud  Mary  Boise LeRoy. 

Mary  Gower  Bowersock Iowa  Citv,  Iowa. 

Blanche  Charlotte  Brackin Kinsman. 

Mary  Adelle  Bradley   Bangkok.  Siam. 

AxNA  M.  Brandon Petrolia,  Pa. 

Mary  Josephine  Briggs Elyria. 

Belle  Amelia  Brown Oberlin. 


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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Florence  Millie  Buck Sandusky. 

May  Tella  Bunker Carthage. 

Mary  Clinton  Bish Edinboro,  Pa. 

Mary  Elizabeth  Bcshnell Oberlin. 

Calista  Emily  Butler Spring  Valley. 

Mary  Esther  Campbell Kipton. 

Catherine  Case Milan. 

LiLLiE  May  Cassell Dayton. 

Caroline  Dickinson  Castle Honolulu,  Hawaiian  Is. 

Eva  Josephine  Ceas Oberlin. 

Ella  Chatfield Oberlin. 

Mattie  Maria  Chase Oberlin. 

DoLLiE  CoE Dover. 

Zella  Coleman West  Williamsfield. 

Lillian  Belle  Colgrove   : Charlotte,  Mich. 

Mary  Bingham  Collins Shannon.  111. 

LiNNiE  Elvira  Conrad Oberlin. 

Clara  Fannie  Cook Elton,  N.  Y. 

Lou  Frazer  Cowan Sidney. 

Margaret  Burton  Cowles Jefferson. 

Ollie  Estelle  Crim Galion. 

Mary  E.  Crosier Wellington. 

Grace  Laura  Grossman LaMoille,  111. 

Martha  Isabel  Crouch Erie,  Pa. 

Martha  Jane  Culter Florid,  111. 

Emma  Jane  Cunningham Columbiana. 

Mary  Daniels Grafton. 

Jennie  Eliza  Davis Vermillion. 

Belle  Salome  DeYo Oberlin. 

Anna  Maria  Dilloway    Troy. 

Flora  Egle Bellevue. 

Ella  Barker  Edgar   Milan. 

CoROLYN  Elizabeth  Eldred Olmstead. 

Hattie  Fames  Ensign '   Williams  Centre. 

Oberlin. 


Jennie  M.\y  Evans 

Viola  Victoria  Excell 

Etta  Fehl 

Florence  Fish 


.  Edinburg. 

Marseilles. 

Florence. 


jfO  OBERLIJSr  COLLEGE. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Mary  Fish Greenville,  Mich. 

Antoinette  Claypoole  Flowers Columbus. 

Mary  Lenora  Fobes Oberlin. 

Mary  Frances  Forrest Woodstock,  111. 

Emma  Dency  Frary LaMoille,  111. 

Flora  Bell  Galbreath Newark. 

Lor  A  Belle  Gallup Niles,  Mich. 

Olive  Mary  Gans Pierce. 

Ida  Weston  Gardner New  Hampton,  Iowa. 

Belle  Geary Shiloh. 

Lucy  Jane  Geer Tabor,  Iowa. 

Maggie  Helen  Giddings Oberlin. 

Ella  Jane  Gilchrist Oberlin. 

Jessie  Blanche  Goddard Elk  Rapids,  Mich. 

Antoinette  Tryphena  Goodson Bellevue. 

Helen  Louise  Grimes Mansfield. 

Mary  Elixa  Guinell Oberlin. 

Emma  Lulu  Guipe ^ Kirksville,  Mo. 

Ida  May'    Hadden Cleveland. 

Florence  Elizabeth  Hall Hudson,  Mich. 

Julia  Brainerd  Hall Oberlin. 

Mary  Catherine  Hall Charlestown. 

Grace  Greenwood  Hamilton Clarksburg,   Ind. 

Jane  Harrold Mt.  Eaton. 

Bessie  Ann  Harriman Bedford. 

Lizzie  Ann  Harrington Erie,  Pa. 

Ida  Alice   Harris Jackson,  Mich. 

Georgetta   Harvey Oberlin. 

MARAquiTA    Hayes Hanover. 

Carlie  Willard    Haynes Oberlin. 

Alice  Mary  Heald Canton,  111. 

Flora  Hoyt    Henry Oberlin. 

Mary  Minerly  Hill Upper  Sandusky. 

Orrill  Virginia   Hill Flint,  Mich. 

Rosalie  Barbara  Hille Bath,  N.  Y. 

Agnes   Hine Painesville. 

Martha  Hoiland Cambridge,  Wis. 

Alice  Emma    Hoskin Jefterson. 


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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Faxxie  Amelia  Hosley Pittsfield. 

Sarah  Lolisa   Hudsox    Oberlin. 

Alice  Adelia   Huff Iowa  City,  Iowa. 

Emma  J  Hrxx Kendallvillc.  Ind. 

Lucy  Phelps  Hurlbut Danville,    Iowa. 

Pauline  M.  Icenhour Columbiana. 

Ella  Flora  Jacksox Hicksville. 

Susie  Elwina   Jame.s Austin,  Texas. 

Lillian  Josephine  Jaqles Hudson,  Mich. 

Ruth   Mary  Jefferson Danville. 

Ida  Belle  Johnson Ripley. 

Mary   Cornelia  Johxsox Oberlin. 

Ulie  B.  Johxsox Elyria. 

Eleroxi.\  Harriet  Joslix* Pueblo,  Col. 

Ida  M.\y  Kelley Crawfordsville,  Ind. 

LiLLiE  Axx   Kent Oil  City,  Pa. 

Lin  a    Kixsixger Oberlin. 

Minnie    Kixsixger Oberlin. 

Julia  Rebecca  Klink Clyde. 

Jexxie  Koch Oberlin. 

Mary  Catherine    Kuhx Bedford. 

Alta  Matilda    Lafferty Oberlin. 

Flora  May   Leiter Bellevue. 

Mattie   Wixxie   Letch    Ryegate,  Vt. 

EvELYX  Buckixgham   Levvis Newark. 

Flora  Maria   Loud Romeo,  Mich. 

Helex  Francelia    Lovelaxd Oberlin. 

Della  Carolixe  Lucky Elmore. 

Alveola  May  Luse Clyde. 

Hattie  Spooxer  Lyon Salem. 

Faxxie  Naomi  Maxley Potsdam,  N.  Y. 

Mary  Ella  Maxley Oberlin. 

Ella  Marsh LaRuc. 

Mariox  Emily  Marsh Bristol,  Wis. 

Amelia  Thorpe  Martin Oberlin. 

Fannie  R.  Marvin Oberlin. 

Rebecca  Massey Oberlin. 

Addie  Clark  McConnell Sullivan. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES, 

Mary  Eslander  McKinney Columbia,  S.  C. 

Jennie  Belle  Mead East  Saginaw.  Mich. 

Hattie  Hannah  Meeker Huron. 

Hattie  Metcalf Oberlin. 

Amna  Levinnie  Merriam Ionia,  Mich. 

Elizabeth  Adelaide  Miller Newark,  N.  J. 

Mary  Catherine  Monroe Oberlin. 

Mary  Joanna  Morgan Oberlin. 

Carrie  Anna  Mlnson Oberlin. 

Ida  Morgan  Napier Nashville,  Tenn. 

Mary  Jane  Nettleton Oberlin. 

Fannie  Newell  Newton Olmstead. 

Sarah  Newton Oberlin. 

Cora  M.\y  Nichols Faribault,  Minn. 

Jennie  Maria  O'Reilley Marvsville. 

Mary  Charlotte  Oti.s Hicksville. 

Sarah  Edith  Owen  Oil  City,  Pa. 

Mary  Frisbie  Parish Oberlin. 

Marion  Eva  Park Oberlin. 

May  Garfield  Parks Oberlin. 

Ida  Melissa  Parmenter Vermontville.  Mich. 

Flora  Licina  Partridge   Marvsville. 

Ellen  May  Pelton Cleveland. 

Alice  Adell  Pexnell Buchanan,  Mich. 

Emma  Florence  Peterson Oberlin. 

Amelia  Naomi   Reed Oberlin. 

Mary  Lucinda  Regal Oberlin. 

Helen  Clara  Reinhardt Granville,  111. 

Clara  Lillian  Rice Greensburg. 

Alice  May  Ring Union,  Wis. 

Anna  Locis.v  Rohrbaugh Columbiana. 

Helen  Eliz  \  Rood Oberlin. 

Anna  Frances  Ryder Sterling,  III. 

Frances  Jennie  Ryder Austinburg. 

Lalra  Scott Council  Bluffs,  Iowa. 

Flora  Irene  Severance Bellevue. 

Henrietta  Graves  Smith Worthington,  Minn. 

Mary  Emma  Smith Romeo,  Mich. 


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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Nellie  Marion  Smith     Ypsilanti,  Mich. 

Nettie  Esther  Smith Oberlin. 

Jaxe  Snyder Oberlin. 

JiLiA  Spalding Oberlin. 

Carrie  Georgia  St.  John Oberlin. 

Mary  Frances  Stone Hillsdale,  Mich. 

Belle  Charlotte  Swarthout Berlin  Heights. 

Evelyn  Amy  Sweet Avon. 

Maggie  A.  Tatum Wilmington.  Ark. 

Ella  Fr.vnces  Taylor Geneseo,  111. 

Mary  Louisa  Todd Tabor,  Iowa. 

Ida  Jane  Tomlinson Williams  Centre. 

Lillian  Gertrude  Towslee Lodi. 

Grace  Loomis  Upson Oberlin. 

Louise  E valine  Upson Oberlin. 

Carrie  Day  Wagar East  Rockport. 

Julia  Anna  W^alz Mankato,  Minn. 

Emm.\  Castle  West Aurora,  111. 

Anna  Belle  White Bellevue. 

P.\nola  Adell  Willcutt Oberlin. 

Hattie  Celestine  Williams Oberlin. 

Alice  Eliza  Wire Lenox. 

Molly  Wittenberg Little  Rock.  Ark. 

Bertha  North  Wright Glastonbury,  Conn. 

Carrie  Electa  Wright Oberlin. 

Myra  Rebecca  Wright Oberlin. 

Ladies 202. 


I.     DEPARTMENT  OF  THEOLOGY. 

Resident  Graduate i 

Seniors 9 

Middles 10 

funiors 16 

36 

n.    DEPARTMENT  OF  PHILOSOPHY  AND  THE  ARTS. 

I.      CL.^SSICAL  AND  SCIENTIFIC  COURSE. 

Seniors . .   31; 

Juniors 36 

Sophomores.    40  Gentlemen 135 

Freshmen co  I..adies 26 

^-  161 

2.       LITERARY    COURSE. 

Fourth   Year 24 

Third   Year  34 

Second  Year 42  Gentlemen 3 

First  Year 42  Ladies   139 

142 

3.      IN  SELECT  STUDIES. 

(ientlemen 20 

Ladies 12 

32 

m.     DEPARTMENT  OF  PREPARATORY  INSTRUCTION. 

1.  CLASSICAL  SCHOOL. 

Seniors 75 

Middles S4  Gentlemen 201 

Juniors 54  Ladies   12 

213 

2.  ENGLISH    SCHOOL. 

Gentlemen loS 

Ladies   1 64 

272 

IV.     CONSERVATORY  OF  MUSIC. 

Gentlemen 65 

Ladies 202 

267 


Total 1123 

Deducting  those  reckoned  tvjtce 1 07 

Whole  Number  of  Gentlemen 539 

Whole  Number  of  Ladies 477 


Corrected  Total 1016 


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Department  of  Theology. 

The  Department  of  Theology  is  designed,  primarily,  to  prepare  young 
men  for  the  Christian  ministry.  Any  others  who  desire  the  advantages  of  theo- 
loo"ical  study  are  received  to  its  classes  on  such  temis  as  the  Faculty  may 
prescribe. 

Applicants  for  admission  to  the  Regtdar  Course  are  expected  to  furnish  sat- 
isfactory evidence  of  moral  character,  and  of  such  scholarship  as  will  enable 
them  successfully  to  pursue  this  course.  Students  from  other  Theological 
Seminaries  are  admitted  ad  euudem.  on  presenting  a  regular  dismission;  and 
persons  may  be  admitted  to  advanced  standing  in  an}-  of  the  classes  on  satis- 
factory examination  in  the  studies  already  pursued  by  those  classes. 

The  Terms  and  Vacations  are  the  same  in  all  Departments  of  the  College, 
and  will  be  found  in  the  Calendar. 

Council  Hall,  the  building  devoted  to  the  exclusive  uses  of  this  Department, 
provides  completely  furnished  rooms  for  fifty  students,  with  no  charge  for  room 
rent  and  but  a  small  incidental  fee.  In  assigning  these  rooms  the  preference 
will  always  be  given  to  those  who  have  the  work  of  the  ministry  in  view. 
Students  in  Theology  incur  no  expense  for  tuition  or  for  the  use  of  the  Library. 
Other  expenses  will  vary  according  to  the  personal  habits  and  tastes  of  each 
student. 

Aid  is  afforded  by  the  American  and  the  Ohio  Education  Societies  to 
such  students  as  are  preparing  for  the  ministry.  The  Seminary  has  also  a 
special  fund  for  the  aid  of  students,  from  which  several  may  receive  a  partial 
support. 

The  Classical  and  English  Schools  furnish  employment  for  experienced 
teachers,  at  reasonable  compensation.  After  the  completion  of  the  first  term 
of  the  middle  year,  students  are  permitted  to  supply  vacant  pulpits  in  the  vicin- 
ity, as  the  opportunity  may  offer.  During  the  Summ.er  Vacation  all  the  stud- 
ents may  engage  m  preaching  or  other  religious  work,  as  Churches  or  Home 
Missionary  Societies  call  for  their  services.  With  reasonable  prudence  and 
economy  any  student  may  pursue  his  course  without  interruption  or  embar- 
assment. 

Candidates  for  admission  to  the  Junior  Class  must  present  evidence  of  grad- 
uation from  some  College,  or  of  such  scholarship  as  will  enable  them  to  enter 


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upon  the  course  with  profit.  Those  who  do  not  bring  a  Diploma  will  be  exam- 
ined in  Greek,  English  and  Rhetoric,  Modern  History,  Mental  and  Moral 
Philosophy. 

JUNIOR    YEAR. 

Hebrew — Elements  and  Exegesis;  Greek — Harmony  of  the  Gospels;  Nat- 
ural Theology;  History;  Homiletics;  Elocution;  Especial  prominence  being 
given  to  the  Departments  of  Greek  and  Hebrew  Exegesis. 

MIDDLE    YEAR. 

Revealed  Theology;  Homiletics;  History;  Exegesis  of  Selections  from  the 
New  Testament,  with  Lectures  in  Biblical  Theology;  Exegesis  of  selections 
from  the  Old  Testament,  with  Lectures  on  the  Messianic  Prophecies  and  Bib- 
lical Introduction;  Elocution;  especial  prominence  being  given  to  the  Depart- 
ment of  Systematic  Theology. 

SENIOR    YEAR. 

History  and  Positive  Institutions;  Homiletics  and  Pastoral  Theology;  Exe- 
gesis of  Selections  from  the  New  Testament,  with  Lectures;  Exegesis  of  Se- 
lections from  the  Old  Testament,  with  Lectures;  Elocution;  especial  promi- 
nence being  given  to  the  Departments  of  Homiletics  and  History. 

LECTURES. 

Special  Courses  of  Lectures  are  provided  for  upon  Biblical  Introduction, 
Church  Polity,  and  other  subjects. 

Rhetorical  Exercises,  consisting  of  the  reading  of  original  essays,  the 
delivery  of  original  addresses,  written  and  unwritten,  and  the  extemporaneous 
discussion  of  questions,  occur  weekly,  in  which  the  members  of  all  the  classes 
participate  in  succession.  Special  prominence  is  given  to  extemporaneous 
speaking,  or  the  delivery  of  thoughts  prepared  but  not  written  and  committed 
to  memory. 

Some  are  plainly  called  to  the  work  of  the  ministry  who  have  not  had  the 
advantage  of  a  classical  education,  and  for  special  reasons  are  not  able  to 
acquire  it.  These  will  be  admitted  to  the  Department  and  permitted  to  take 
the  regular  course,  with  the  exception  of  the  Hebrew  and  Greek  exegesis, 
provided  they  are  found,  on  examination,  to  be  capable  of  doing  so  wath  profit. 
The  same  general  preparation  is  expected  of  this  class  of  students  as  is  required 
of  those  who  enter  the  Regular  Course,  Greek  excepted. 

Instruction  in  Biblical  Exegesis  as  a  substitute  for  the  Hebrew  and  Greek  of 
the  Regular  Course  will  be  provided. 

Upon  the  completion  of  the  course  thus  modified,  students  will  receive  the 
usual  Diploma  of  the  Department,  without  a  Degree. 


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Department  of  Philosophy  and  the  Arts. 


CLASSICAL  AND  SCIENTIFIC  COURSE. 

Candidates  for  admission  to  the  Freshman  Class  are  examined  in  tlic 
common  English  Branches  ;  the  Grammar  of  the  Latin  and  Greek  Lanji^uages  ; 
Caesar,  one  Book  ;  Sallust's  Catiline  ;  four  of  Cicero's  Select  Orations  ;  Vir- 
gil's ^'Eneid,  five  Books;  Ilarkness'  Latin  Prose  Composition,  Parts  First 
and  Second  ;  Xenophon's  Anabasis,  three  Books  ;  Homer's  Iliad,  two  Books  ; 
Olney's  School  Algebra,  or  an  equivalent  ;  Olney's  Plane  Geometry  ;  English 
Analysis  ;  Ancient  History  ;  History  of  the  United  States  ;  and  Alden's 
Science  of  Government. 

Candidates  for  a  higher  standing  are  examined  in  the  same,  and  also  in 
the  studies  previously  persued  by  the  class  to  whicli  they  desire  admission. 

No  admission  to  the  Senior  class  is  allowed  later  than  the  beginning  of 
the  second  term. 

Elective  Studies. — -During  the  Sophomore  and  Junior  and  the  first  term 
of  the  Senior  years,  four  studies  are  assigned  to  each  term.  Each  student  is 
required  to  elect  three  of  these. 

The  Annual    Examinations  tor  admission  to   College   for  1S7S  will  occur 

June  3rd,  4th  and    i;th  ;    also   September  3rd,  at  9  o'clock,  in  No.  iS   Society 
Hall. 

FRESHMAN   CLASS. 

First  Term  Cicero's  De  Senectute  et  De  Amicitia Crowell. 

Xenophon's  Memorabilia Robbins. 

"Greek  Prose  Composition. 

•  Solid  and  Spherical  Geometry Olney. 

Second  Term...  Livy Stuart. 

Lvsias. 

Greek  Prose  Composition. 

Al8:ebra Olney. 

Third  Term Hor.ace Chase. 

Herodotus Mather. 

Plane  r.nd  Spherical  Trisjonometry Olney. 

SOPHOMORE    CLASS. 

First  Term Satires  of  Horace  and  Juvenal  Chase. 

Homer's  Odyssey Merry. 

German Whitney. 

General  Geometry  and  Calculus Olney. 


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Second  Term. ...Tacitus. 

German. 

Mechanics Olmsted. 

Evidences  of  Christianity — Rhetoric. 
Third  Term Greek  Tragedy. 

German. 

Natural  Philosophy Olmsted. 

Botany Gray. 

JUNIOR  CLASS. 

First  Term Comedies  of  Plautus  and  Terence. 

French. 

Astronomy Olmsted. 

Logic .Jevon. 

Second  Term Demosthenes'  De  Corona. 

Descriptive  Geometry  and  Mechanical  Drawing. 

Chemistry — Lectures. 

Zoology Nicholson. 

Third  Term Cicero's  Philosophical  Works. 

Civil  Engineering  and  Navigation. 

Chemistry — Lectures. 

Mental  Philosophy Porter. 

SENIOR  CLASS. 

First  Term Plato's  Phaedo Wagner. 

Mental  Philosophy Porter. 

Mineralogy  and  Blowpipe  Analysis — Lectures  an.i 
Laboratory  Practice. 

Physiology — Lectures. 
•  English  Literature. 
Second  Term. ...Butler's  Analogy. 

English  Literature. 

Moral  Philosophy Fairchild. 

Modern  History — Lectures. 
Third  Term Political  Economy  Mill. 

Lectures  on  Art. 

Geology Dana. 

LITERARY  COURSE. 

Candidates  for  admission  to  the  first  vear  are  examined  in  Engrlish  C/ram- 
mar  and  Analysis  ;  Arithmetic;  Olney's  School  Algebra,  or  an  equivalent; 
Latin  Grammar  and  Reader  ;  Harkness'  Latin  Prose  Composition,  Part 
First;  Ridpath's  History  of  the  United  States  ;  Geography. 

Candidates  for  advanced  classes  will  be  examined  in  the  previous  studies 
of  the  course. 

FIRST  YEAR. 

First  Term Geometry Olnev. 

Ca;sar Stuart. 

Physical  Geography. 
Linear  Drawinsr. 


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Second  Term  ...Geometry Olnev. 

Cicero'.s  Orations Stuart. 

History  of  Roirn. Smith. 

Third  Term  .Vlg^ebra Olncv. 

Cicero's  Orations Stuart. 

Science  of  Government Aklen. 

SECOND  YEAR. 

First  Term Plane  and  .Splierical  Triijonometrv Olnev. 

Virgil Chase. 

Outlines  of  History  Freeman. 

Second  Term  ...Mechanics Olmsted. 

French  or  \'irg;il. 

Evidences  of  Christianity — Rhetoric. 
Third  Term Botany Gray. 

French  or  Sallust. 

Natural  Philosojihy Olmsted. 

THIRD  YEAR. 

First  Term Astronomy Olmsted. 

German Whitney. 

Logic Jevon. 

Second  Term... Chemistry — Lectures. 

Zooloffv Nicholson. 

German  Whitney. 

Third  Term Mental  Philosophy Porter. 

German. 

Analvsis  of  Ena:lish  Classics. 

FOURTH  YEAR. 

First  Term Mental  Philosophy — Eng^lish  Literature. 

Physiology — Lectures. 

History  of  Civilization Guizot. 

Second  Term. ...English  Literature. 

Butler's  Analogy. 

Moral  Philosophy Fairchild. 

Modern  History — Lectures. 
Third  Term Political  Economy Mill. 

Lectures  on  Art. 

Geology Dana. 


OBEIiLTX  COLLEGE. 


Department  of  Preparatory  Instruction. 

CLASSICAL  SCHOOL. 

The  Classical  Preparatory  School  is  under  the  same  general  su- 
pervision with  the  other  Departments,  and  under  the  immediate  direction 
and  management  of  the  Principal.  The  members  of  this  School  are  subject 
to  the  same  regulations  as  other  students  in  the  College.  It  is  designed  to 
prepare  students  for  the  Clarsical  and  Scientific  Course  in  the  Department  of 
Philosophy  and  the  Arts. 

The  Senior  and  Middle  Classes  are  taught  by  the  Principal  and  Tutors; 
the  Junior  Class  by  teachers  selected  from  those  students  in  Theology  who 
have  received  the  degree  of  Bachelor  of  Arts. 

To  enter  the  Junior  Class,  students  will  be  examined  in  English  Gram- 
mar through  Svntax,  Arithmetic  through  Percentage,  and  the  Elements  of 
Geography.  Candidates  for  a  higher  standing  will  be  examined  in  the  stud- 
ies previously  pursued  by  the  class  to  which  they  desire  admission. 


JUNIOR  CLASS. 

First  Term I^atin  Grammar  and  Reader Harkness. 

Ensrlish  Grammar Whitney. 

Geography Col  ton. 

Secoxd  TERM....I.atin  Reader Harkness. 

English  Analysis  Greene. 

History  of  the  United  States Ridpath. 

Third  Term Latin  Reader Harkness. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Part  11 Harkness. 

History  of  the  United  States Ridpath. 

.\rithmetic White . 

MIDDLE  CLASS. 

First  Term Cnesar.  one  Book Stuart. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Lesson  54 Harkness. 

Greek  Grammar Hadlev. 

Science  of  Government Alden. 

Seco.nd  Term. ...Cicero,  two  Orations Stuart. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Lesson  68 Harkness. 

Greek,  Grammar  and  Anabasis Boise. 

History  of  Rome Smith. 

Third  Term Cicero,  three  Orations Stuart. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Part  III Harkness. 

Anabasis Boise. 

History  of  Greece Smith. 

SENIOR  CLASS. 

First  Term Virgil,  two  Books Chase. 

Anabasis Boise. 

Algebra Olnev. 


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Second  Term..  A'irsjil,  three  Books Cliase. 

Anabasis  coin  pie  ted Koise. 

Greek  Prose  Ciini]n)sition Jones. 

Algebra Olney. 

Third  Tekm Sallust's  Conspiracy  of  Catiline Stuart. 

Homer's  Iliad,  two  Books Boise. 

Plane  Geometr}' Olnoy. 

Other  text  books  than  those  specified  are  not  allowed  in  the  recitation 
room.  Lessons  in  the  F^nglish  Bible  and  Rhetorical  Exercises  weekly,  through 
the  course. 

ENGLISH  SCHOOL. 

The  Engllsh  Prki-.xratory  School  is  under  the  same  general  super- 
vision with  the  other  Departments,  and  under  the  immediate  direction  and 
management  of  the  Principal.  The  members  of  this  School  are  subject  to 
the  same  regulations  as  other  students  in  the  College.  It  is  especially  de- 
signed to  prepare  Students  for  the  Literary  Course  in  the  Department  of 
Philosophy  and  the  Arts.  Especial  attention  is  devoted  to  the  needs  of  those 
who  are  preparing  to  teach.  No  students  are  admitted  who  have  not  ad- 
vanced as  far  as  Fractions  in  Arithmetic. 

The  classes  are  taught  bj  Tutors,  and  bv  teachers  selected  from  the  stu- 
dents in  Theology  and  the  higher  Classes  in  Philosophy  and  the  Arts. 

To  enter  the  Senior  Class,  students  will  be  examined  in  English  Gram- 
mar through  Syntax,  Aritb.metic  and  Geography. 

SENIOR  CLASS. 

First  Term Alg^ebra Olney. 

Latin  Grammar Harkncss. 

Latin  Header Ifarkness. 

English  Analysis Greene. 

Second  Term. ...Algebra Olney. 

Latin  Reader llarkness. 

History  of  the  United  States Ridpath. 

TniKD  Ter.m Algebra  Olney. 

Latin  Reader Harkncss. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Part  II llarkness. 

History  of  the  United  States Ridpath. 

Classes  are  organized  each  term  in  the  following  studies: 

Arithmetic — Ray's  Third  Part,  two  classes. 

White's  complete,  two  classes. 
Gr.\mmar— Harvey's,  two  classes;  Whitney's  Essentials  of  English  Grammar,  one 

class;  Greene's  Analysis. 
Geography — Colton's,  two  classes. 

Elocution  and  Reading— National  Fifth  Reader,  two  classes. 
Orthography  and  Spelling. 
Algebra— OIney's  School,  three  classes. 
Geometry— Olney 's,  two  classes. 
Norton's  Natural  Philosophy. 
Dalton's  Physiology. 

Lessons  in  the  English    Bible  and  Rhetorical  Exercises  weekly,  for  all  the 

students  in  the  School. 


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Conservatory  of  Music. 


This  Department  ib  under  the  same  general  management  as  the  other 
Departments,  and  under  the  special  supervision  of  the  Director. 

Students  in  the  Conservatory  are  subject  to  the  regular  College  disci- 
pline. 

COURSE  OF  STUDY. 

HARMONY. 

Scales,  both  Major  and  Minor,  Intervals  and  their  inversions,  Chords  in  their  various 
relations.  Part-writings,  Modulation,  Choral,  Single  and  Double  Counterpoint,  Composition 
and  Analysis  of  nuisi-al  works. 

PIANO    FORTE. 

Duvernoy's  Etudes  in  Mechanism,  op.  120. 
Czerny,  op.  636. 
Krause,  op.  2. 
Heller,  op.  46. 
Spindler,  op.  i/(i. 

Czerny,  op.  299,  (Studies  in  ^'elocity.) 
Heller,  op.  45  and  16. 
Jensen,  op.  32. 

Cramer's  Fifty  Studies,  (Von  Bulow's  Edition.) 
dementi's  Gradus  ad  Parnassum,  (Tausig's  Edition.) 
Czerny,  op.  740. 
Mayer,  op.  305. 
Moscheles,  op.  70. 

Sonatas  by  Kuhlau,  Clementi,  Hayden,  Mozart,  Beethoven;  and  selections  from 
Bach,  Schumann,  Mendelssohn,  Chopin  and  other  standard  authors. 

CULTIVATION  OF  THE  VOICE. 

Careful  instruction  is  given  in  the  use  of  the  voice,  and  the  correct  manner  of  producing 
a  good  tone;  thorough  drill  in  Technical  Exercises,  Solfeggios,  Vocalises,  etc,  to  give  con- 
trol over  and  flexibility  to  the  voice;  and  practice  in  singing  the  best  English,  German,  Ital- 
ian and  French  songs,  Operatic  Arias  and  Solos  from  the  Oratorios,  for  expression  and  the 
development  of  pure  style. 

ORGAN. 

Selections  from  Rink's  and  Ritter's  Organ  School. 

Pedal  Technics — Thayer. 

Pedal  Studies — Volkniar.  .^ 

Studies  in  Pedal  Phrasing — Buck. 

Trios,  op.  20  Richter,  and  op.  39  Merkel. 

Fugues  from  the  Well-tempered  Clavier,  arr.  by  Van  Eyken, — Bach. 

Selections  from  Mendelssohn's  Sonatas,  Preludes  and  Fugues,  Ritter's  Sonatas, 
Bach's  Organ  Works. 

Miscellaneous  selections  from  the  works  of  Buck,  Smart,  G.  Ad.  Thomas,  Best, 
Freycr,  Kiclitcr,  Hesse,  Ritter  and  others. 


OBEBLIN  COLLEGE.  53 


Exercises  in  playing  Church  Music,  Voluntaries,  accompanyina:  Choirs,  Reg^istrations, 
etc.,  including- all  that  is  necessary  to  give  one  a  thorough  mastery  over  the  organ,  for 
Church  or  Concert  use. 

The  length  of  time  necessary  for  the  completion  of  this  Course  cannot 
be  stated  definitely,  btit  will  vary  from  two  to  four  years. 

No  pupil  is  allowed  to  enter  upon  the  studies  of  the  last  year  in  any  de- 
department  of  Music  who  has  not  presented  to  the  Director  satisfactory 
evidence  of  proficiency  in  the  fundamental  branches  of  an  English  education. 

The  classes  in  Choral  Singing  are  free  to  all  members  of  the  College. 

Weekly  rehearsals  are  given,  at  which  pupils  who  are   competent  are  ex- 
pected to  perform. 

Pupils  must  furnish    or   rent   their   instruments  for   practice.      Pianos   can 
always  be  rented  in  the  village  at  reasonable  rates. 

Students  in  other  Departments,  taking  lessons  in  music,  are  required  to 
make  their  arrangements  with  the  Director  of  the  Conservatory. 

Catalogues,  containing  full  particulars  concerning  this  Department,  can  be 
obtained  bv  addressing  Consernatory  of  Ml  sic,  Oberlix.  Ohio. 


Penmanship. 


Arrangements  are  made  to  furnish  instruction  in  Penmanship,  under  a 
permanent  and  appro\ed  teacher.  A  pleasant  and  commodious  room  in 
Tappan  Hall  is  devoted  to  the  classes  in  writing. 

For  terms  see  the  table  of  extra  charges,  or  address  the  Instructor  in 
Penmanship. 


Lediures. 

In  the  Departmext  of  Theology,  lectures  are  given  in  the  several 
branches  of  instruction  to  all  classes  throughout  the  year,  and  on  special 
topics  during  the  second  and  third  terins. 

In  the  Departmext  of  Philosophy  and  the  Arts,  to  the  several 
classes  throughout  the  year,  according  to  the  announcement  in  the  Courses 
of  Study. 

Practical  Lectures  on  General  Habits,  Methods  of  Study  and  other  im- 
portant subjects,  are  delivered  once  in  two  weeks  to  the  ladies,  by  the  Princi- 
pal of  the  Ladies"  Department,  and  to  the  young  men  of  the  Preparatory 
Schools  by  the  Principal  of  those  Schools. 


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DEGREES  AND  DIPLOMAS. 

The  Degree  of  Bachelor  (h<'  Divixity  is  conferred  upon  the  gradviates 
of  the  Regular  Course  in  the  Department  of  Theology;  that  of  Bachelor 
OF  Arts  upon  the  graduates  of  the  Classical  and  Scientific  Course  in  the 
Department  of  Philosophy-  and  the  Arts. 

The  Degree  of  Master  of  Arts  is  conferred  upon  any  Bachelor  of 
three  or  more  years'  standing,  who  has  been  engaged  in  literary  or  scientific 
pursuits,  and  has  sustained  a  good  moral  character. 

Diplomas,  certifying  the  successful  completion  of  the  pi-escribed  Course 
of  Study,  are  given  to  the  graduates  of  the  Special  Course  in  the  Department  of 
Theology,  to  the  graduates  of  the  Literary  Course  in  the  Department  of  Phi- 
losophy and  the  Arts,  and  to  the  graduates  of  the  Conservatory  of  Music. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

At  the  close  of  each  term  the  classes  are  examined  in  the  studies  of  that 
term;  and  at  the  end  of  the  vear  there  are  jceneral  examinations  in  all 
Departments. 

Every  recitation  and  examination  is  marked,  and  a  record  is  kept  by  the 
Faculty  of  the  attainments  of  each  student,  and  also  of  his  delinquencies. 
Information  concerning  his  progress  and  deportment  is.  when  requested,  com- 
municated to  tlie  parent  or  guardian. 

RELIGIOUS    EXERCISES. 

All  students  are  required  to  attend  Church  twice  on  the  Sabbatii,  and  the 
weekly  lecture  on  Thursday. 

They  are  also  required  to  attend  daily  prayers  in  the  evening  at  the  Chapel, 
and  in  the  morning  with  the  families  in  which  they  board.  Every  class  has  a 
weekly  exercise  in  the  English  Bible,  which  all  are  required  to  attend. 

There  is  a  weekly  prayer  meeting  on  Monday  evening  for  all  young  people, 
conducted  by  the  students;  and  a  weekly  prayer  meeting  for  each  class,  con- 
ducted by  one  of  the  teachers. 

LIBRARY,  APPARATUS    AND  CABINET. 

The  Libraries  connected  with  the  College  number  fifteen  thousand  volumes. 
The  Apparatus,  in  the  Departments  of  Natural  Philosophy  and  Chemistry, 
is  sufficient  for  the  varied  illustrations  of  these  sciences. 


OBEBLIN  COLLEGE.  55 

The  Cabinets  in  Geology  and  Natural  History  amply  illustrate  the  branches 
of  Mineralogy.  Lithological  Geology.  Palaeontology.  Archaeology.  Radiate 
Life,  American  and  Foreign  Shells  and  Insects,  and  many  branches  of  Verte- 
brate Life.      Additions  are  constantly  made  to  these  collections. 

FACILITIES   FOR  SELF-SUPPORT. 

The  College  does  not  furnish  manual  labor  to  the  students.  Diligent  and 
faithful  young  men  can  lind  employinent,  with  satisfactory  compensation,  in 
the  ^•illage.  A  fe\y  are  employed  in  the  care  of  the  College  buildings.  About 
thirty  students  in  the  higher  classes,  gentlemen  and  ladies,  are  employed  as 
assistant  teachers. 

REGULATIONS. 

The  Regulations  of  the  Institution  are  few  and  simple,  appealing  to  the 
student's  self-respect  and  personal  responsibility.  He  is  required  to  abstain 
from  the  use  of  Tobacco  and  Intoxicating  Drinks,  and  from  connection  with 
any  Secret  Society.  No  student  is  permitted  to  yisit  one  of  the  other  sex  at  a 
priyate  room,  except  by  special  permission  in  case  of  seyere  sickness. 

SUMMER    VACATION. 

Hereafter  the  long  yacation  will  occur  in  the  Summer,  instead  of  in  the 
Winter.  Special  arrangements  are  made,  howeyer,  so  that  those  students  who 
are  obliged  to  teach  in  the  Winter,  can  make  up  the  studies  thus  omitted  in  the 
Summer  yacation,  under  the  instruction  of  members  of  the  Faculty. 

LADIES"   DEPARTMENT. 

Ladies  in  all  the  Departments  of  Study  are  under  the  superyision  of  the 
Principal  of  the  Ladies"  Department  and  the  management  of  the  Ladies' 
Board. 

Ladies  from  abroad  desiring  admission  to  the  Ladies'  Hall,  should  make 
previous  application  in  writing,  certifying  their  age,  state  of  health,  character, 
previous  attainments,  and  the  time  they  propose  to  remain  here.  Those  who 
are  admitted  will  be  duly  apprized  of  their  admission.  All  ladies  are  expected 
to  consult  the  Principal  before  selecting  their  boarding  places. 

Ladies  are  required  to  be  in  their  rooms  at'ter  eight  o'clock  in  the  evening 
during  the  Summer  months,  and  after  half-past  seven  during  the  Winter 
months. 

Every  lady  is  required  to  present,  once  in  two  weeks,  a  written  report  of 
her  observance  and  her  failures  in  the  observance  of  the  regulations  of  the 
Department,  signed  by  the  matron  of  the  family  in  which  she  boards. 


56  OBEBLIX  COLLEGE. 


These  reports,  together  with  the  marks  of  her  recitations,  are  recorded  by 
the  Principal,  and  are  open  at  all  times  for  the  inspection  of  the  Faculty,  the 
Ladies'  Board  and  all  friends  interested. 

ADMISSION  AND  EXPENSES. 

Candidates  for  admission  to  any  of  the  Departments  must  bring  testimoni- 
als of  good  character;  and  those  coming  from  other  institutions  must  bring  a 
certificate  of  honorable  dismission. 

The  student  in  e\ery  department  pursues  his  studies  in  his  private  room, 
and  meets  with  his  class  in  the  public  room  for  recitation.  No  arrangement 
is  made  for  those  who  ha\e  not  sufficient  maturity  and  self-control  to  study 
profitably  under  these  conditions. 

None  are  admitted  to  full  membership  until  tliev  have  honorabl\-  passed  a 
probation  of  six  months.  None  will  be  received  imder  sixteen  years  of  age, 
unless  committed  to  the  care  of  some  approved  resident  of  the  place;  nor  any 
under  fourteen,  except  by  special  arrangement  with  the  Faculty. 

Room  rent  in  the  Ladies'  Hall  is  $10.50  a  term  for  each  occupant,  including 
lights,  the  privileges  of  the  house  and  care  in  ordinary  sickness.  Each  room  is 
intended  for  two  ladies,  and  is  provided  with  carpets  and  other  necessary  fur- 
niture, including  husk  bed.  All  other  articles  of  bedding  will  be  furnished  by 
the  occupants;  also,  lamps  and  table  napkins.  No  room  will  be  considered 
engaged  for  any  term  unless  two  dollars  is  paid  on  the  rent,  which  sum  will  be 
forfeited  if  the  room  is  not  taken,  unless  written  notice  «to  that  eft'ect  is  given 
to  the  Treasurer,  at  least  one  week  before  the  opening  of  the  term.  Fuel  is 
furnished  as  required,  the  charge  being  according  to  the  amount  consumed. 

Room  rent  in  Council  Hall  is  free,  and  the  rooms  are  completely  fiu-nished; 
the  incidental  fee  is  .$5.00  a  term;  in  Tappan  Hall  rent  is  $2.50  a  term  if  two 
gentlemen  occupy  the  same  room,  $4.00  for  a  single  occupant.  These  rooms 
are  provided  with  all  necessary  furniture  except  carpets  and  beds. 

The  price  of  board  Avill  vary  with  the  cost  of  provisions.  At  present,  board 
in  the  Ladies'  Hall  is  $2.80  per  week;  in  private  families,  including  rooms  furn- 
ished, from  $2.50  to  .i;4.oo  per  week;   fuel  and  lights  extra. 

The  Treasurer's  bills  are  payable  at  the  beginning  of  each  term;  board  in 
the  Ladies'  Hall,  each  half  term  in  advance. 

The  following  may  be  considered  as  a  near  estimate  of  the  necessary 
expenses  for  a  term  of  twelve  weeks,  in  any  department  except  the  Theolog- 
ical, in  which  there  is  no  charge  for  tuition,  room  rent  or  use  of  Library. 

Tuition,  or  rent  of  Scholarsliip ,t;3  00  :f3  00 

Inci   cntals -6-  -  f^:^ 

LibniryFee 35  35 

Board,  ip2.oo  to  !|!3.oo  per  week 24  Goto  36  00 

Room  Rent 2  50  to  10  00 

Lights  and  Washinjr .  qq  jo  S  00 

Books  and  Stationery a  50  to  7  00 

'^"'-''  6  00  to  10  00 

$51  00  to     $So  00 


OBERLiy-  COLLEGE.  57 


EXTRA    CHARGES. 

Piano,  twenty-five  lessons $i-  oo 

Organ,  twenty-five  lessons i^  oo 

Harmony,  twenty-five  lessons 6  oo 

Cultivation  of  the  voice 15  00 

Use  of  Instrument,  one  hour  per  day |2  00 — 3  00 

Oil  Painting^.  with  use  of  Models,  thirty  lessons 10  00 

AVater  Colors 6  00 

Crayon  Drawing-,  fifty  lessons 7  00 

Perspective  Drawing 6  00 

Use  of  Musical  Library i  00 — 3  00 

French  and  German,  except  in  the  Regular  Courses 5  00 

Penmanship,  one  term,  one  hour  a  dav :;  00 

Penmanship,  one  month,  constant  practice 6  00 

Full  Course  in  Practical  Penmanship 20  00 

Full  Course  in  Ornamental  Penmanship 20  00 

Full  Course  in  both  Styles 30  00 

Thorough  instruction  in  Vocal  Music  is  free  to  all. 

SITUATION. 

Oberlin  is  easily  accessible  from  all  parts  of  the  country-,  being  situated  on 
the  Lake  Shore  &  Michigan  Southern  Railway,  an  hour's  ride  from  Cleveland. 
The  village  of  thirty -five  himdred  inhabitants,  has  grown  up  with  the  College, 
and  is,  to  a  large  degree,  free  from  the  temptations  and  dangers  often  surround- 
ing colleges. 

Letters  of  inquiry  may  be  addressed  to  the  Secretary  and  Treasurer,  J.  B. 
T.  Marsh. 


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TERMS  AND  VACATIONS. 
1877. 

Fall  Term  begins Tuesday,  Sept.  1 1 . 

Winter  Vacation  begins. Tuesday,  Nov.  27. 

Winter  Term  begins Tuesday,  Dec.  4. 

1878. 

Spring  Vacation  begins.         Saturday,  March  2. 

Spring  Term  begins Tuesday,  March  12. 

Summer  Vacation  begins Thursday,  June  13. 

Fall  Term  begins    Tuesday,  Sept.  3. 


PUBLIC  OCCASIONS. 
1878. 


Anniversary  of  the  Theological  Society. 

Junior  Exhibition 

Anniversary  of  the  Alpha  Zeta  Society 
Anniversary  of  the  Phi  Kappa  Pi  Society. 


.  Thursday,  Feb.  28. 

Friday,  March  22. 

Saturday,  Ma_\  4. 

Saturday-,  May  11. 


Anniversary  of  the  Phi  Delta  Society Saturday,  May  iS. 

Anniversary  of  the  yElioian  Society Wednesday,  May  22. 

Anniversary  of  the  Ladies'  Literary  Society Wednesday,  May  29. 

Exhibition  of  the  Senior  Preparatory  Class Wednesday,  June  5. 

Exhibition  of  the  Conservatory  of  Music Thursday,  June  6. 

Address  to  the  Theological  Alumni Friday,  June  7. 

Commencement,  Department  of  Theology Saturday,  June  8. 

Baccalaureate  Sermon Sunday,  June  9. 

Address  before  the  Missionary  Society Sunday,  June  9. 

Union  Exhibition  of  the  College  Societies  Monday,  June  10. 

Address  before  the  Literary  Societies Monday,  June  10. 

Commencement,  Liteiary  Course Tuesday,  June  11. 

Address  before  the  Society  of  Alumni Tuesday,  June  11. 

CoM.MENCEMENT,  Classical  and  Scientiiic  Cour.se  Wednesday,  June  12. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE 


1878-79. 


( 


CATALOGUE 


OF    THE 


Officers  and  Students 


OF 


Oberlin  College, 


FOR   THE 


COLLEGE  YEAR 


1878-79. 


OBERLIIsr,  O. : 

PRINTED   AT  THE  NEWS  JOB   ROOM, 

1878. 


BOARD  OF  TRUSTEES. 


-♦•♦■♦- 


Re^.  JAIVIE^^  H.  FAIRCH1I.I>,  Pre««idciif. 

TERM  EXPIRES  1879. 

Eev.  MICHAEL  E.  STRIEBY Newark,  X.  J. 

URIAH  THOMPSON Obeklix. 

Rev.  henry  COWLES Oberlin. 

Rev.  WILLIAM  B.  BROWN Newark,  N.  J. 

TERM  EXPIRES  1880. 

Rev.  SAMUEL  WOLCOTT Cleveland. 

A.  B.  NETTLETON Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Rev.  WOLCOTT  B.  WILLIAMS Charlotte,  Mich. 

SETH   H.  SHELDON. .'. • Cleveland. 

term  expires  1881. 

J.  G.  W.   COWLES Cleveland. 

GEORGE  B.  DELAM ATER Meadville,  Pa. 

WILLIAM  SUMNER • Cincinnati. 

T.  L.  NELSON Elyria. 

TERM  EXPIRES  1882. 

Hon.  JAMES  MONROE Oberlin. 

J.  E.  INGERSOLL Cleveland. 

Hon.  J.  D.  COX Toledo. 

DAN  P.  EELLS Cllvkland. 

TERM  EXPIRES  1883. 

E.  J.  GOODRICH , Oberi.in. 

F.  C.  SESSIONS CoLi-MBus. 

L.  C.  WARNER,  M.  D New  York. 


PRUDENTIAL  COMMITTEE. 


Pkes.  J.  H.  B\\[RCHILD. 
Rev.  IIEXRY  COWLES. 
URIAH  TIIOMPSOX. 


Prof.  JOHX  M.  ELLIS. 
HIRAM  HULBURD. 
E.  J.  GOODRICH. 


J.  B.  T.  MARSH. 


J.  B.  T.  MARSH,  Secretary  and  Treasurer. 


Rev.  G.  p.  KIMBALL,  Financial  Agent. 


LADIES'  BOARD  OF  MANAGERS. 


Mrs.  a.  a.  F.  JOHNSTOX. 
Mrs  MARIANNE  P.  DASCOMB. 
Mrs.  REBECCA  FINNEY. 
Mrs.  MINERVA  E.  ELLIS. 


Mrs.  ELIZABETH  S.  MEAD. 
Mrs.  AUGUSTA  B.  SMITH. 
Mrs.  MARY  B.  SHURTLEFF. 
Mrs.  HELEN  M.  RICE. 


FACULTY. 


Kbv.  JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  PRESIDENT, 

PROFESSOR  OP  THEOLOGY  AND  MORAL  PHILOSOPHY. 

AVERY  PROFESSORSHIP. 

Rev.  JOHN  MORGAN, 

PROFESSOR  OF  NEW  TESTAMENT  LITERATURE  AND  BIBLICAL  THEOLOGY. 

JAMES  DASCOMB,  M.  D., 
PROFESSOR  EMERITUS  OF  CHEMISTRY,  BOTANY  AND  PHYSIOLOGY. 

Rev.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS, 

PROFESSOR  OF  MENTAL  PHILOSOPHY  AND  RHETORIC. 

REV.  CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL, 

PROFESSOR  OF  MATHEMATICS  AND  NATURAL  PHILOSOPHY. 

REV.  JUDSON  SMITH, 

PROFESSOR  OF  CHURCH  HISTORY  AND  POSITIVE  INSTITUTIONS  AND 

LECTURER  ON  MODERN  HISTORY. 

GILES  W.  SHURTLEFF,  A.  M. 

PROFESSOR  OF  THE  LATIN  LANGUAGE  AND  LITERATURE. 

Rev.  HIRAM  MEAD, 
PROFESSOR  OP  SACRED  RHETORIC  AND  PASTORAL  THEOLOGY. 

FENELON  B.  RICE, 
PROFESSOR  OF  MUSIC. 

REV.  ELIJAH  P.  BARROWS, 
PROFESSOR  OF  OLD  TESTAMENT  LITERATURE  AND  BIBLICAL  THEOLOGY. 

ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT,  A.  M.,  Ph.  B., 
PROFESSOR  OF  GEOLOGY  AND  NATURAL  HISTORY^ 

JAMES  K.  NEWTON,  A.  M., 

PROFESSOR  OF  THE  GERMAN  AND  FRENCH  LANGUAGES  AND  LITERATURES. 

FREDRIKA  BREMER  HULL  PROFESSORSHIP. 

GEORGE  H.  WHITE,  A.  M., 

PRINCIPAL  OP  THE  PREPARATORY  DEPARTMENT  AND 
PROFESSOR  OF  ANCIENT  LANGUAGES. 

WILLIAM  K.  KEDZIE,  M.  S., 

PROFESSOR  OF  CHEMISTRY  AND  MINERALOGY. 

Rev.  WILLIAM  G.  BALLANTINE, 

PROFESSOR  OF  HEBREW  AND  GREEK  EXEGESIS. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


Rev.  SAMUEL  H.  LEE, 
PROFESSOR  OF  POLITICAL  ECOXOJIT  AXD  FISAXCIAL  SECRETARY. 

WILLIAM  G.  FROST,  A.  B.. 
INSTRUCTOR  IN  THE  GREEK  LANGUAGE  AND  LITERATURE. 


Rev.  a.  HASTINGS  ROSS, 
SPECIAL  LECTURER  ON  CHURCH  POLITY. 

REV.  HENRY  MATSON, 
LIBRARIAN. 

HOBART  K.  PAINTER,  A.  B., 

TUTOR  IN  GRAMMAR. 

LYMAN  B.  HALL  B.  D., 
TUTOR  IN  GREEK. 

HERBERT  D.  GOODENOUGH,  A.  B., 
TUTOR  IN  LATIN. 

JAMES  F.  EATON,  A.  B., 

TUTOR  IN   LATIN  AND  GREEK. 

FREDERIC  A.  CHURCHILL,  A.  B., 

TEACHER  OF  MATHEMATICS. 

CALVIN  B.  C.\DY, 
INSTRUCTOR  IN  PIANO  AND  COMPOSITION. 

FRANK  M.  DAVIS, 

INSTRUCTOR  IN  PIANO  AND  VIOLIN. 

WILLIAM  B.  CHAMBERLAIN,  A.  B., 

TEACHER  OF  VOCAL  MUSIC. 

URIAH  MCKEE, 
TEACHER  OF  PENMANSHIP. 


MRS.  A.  A.  F.  JOHNSTON,  A.  M., 
PRINCIPAL  OF  THE  LADIES'  DEPARTMENT  AND  INSTRUCTOR  IN   HISTORY. 

MISS  MARGARET  E.  STRATTON, 
ASSISTANT  PRINCIPAL.^ 

MISS  MARY  M.  WRIGHT,  A.  M., 

TUTOR  IN   MATHEMATICS. 

MISS  L.  CELESTIA  WATTLES, 
INSTRUCTOR  IN  PIANO  AND   HAR.MONY. 

MRS.  HELEN  M.  RICE, 
INSTRUCTOR  IN  VOCAL  MUSIC. 

Miss  ANNA  M.  WYETT, 
INSTRUCTOR  IN  DRAWING  AND  PAINTING. 


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FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  PRESIDENT. 
JOHN  MORGAN.  JUDSON  SMITH. 

HIKAM  MEAD.  ELI.JAH  P.  BARROWS. 

WILLIAM  G.  BALLANTINE. 


STUDENTS. 


EE  SI  DENT   GRAD^UATE. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Benjamin  Franklin  Shuart Cleveland 54  Tappan  Hall. 

Oberlln  Theological  Seminary,  1878. 


SENIOR    CLASS. 

Eeuben  Alview  Beard Columbus 25  Council  Hall. 

Ohio  Wesleyan  University, 

Isaac  Linn^us  Cory Thorntown 16  Council  Hall. 

Wabash  College, 

James  Francis  Eaton Hamden,  N.  Y 32  Council  Hall. 

Williams  College,  1876. 

William  Goodell  Frost Oberlin 20  West  Lorain  st, 

Oberlin  College,  1876. 

Horace  Payne  James Weybridge,  Vt.  .  .17  Council  Hall. 

Middlebury  College,  1876. 

HoBART  Kingsbury  Painter  .  .   Oberlin 22  Spring  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 

James  Budden  Eenshaw Richmond,  Mass.  .18  Council  Hall. 

Massachusetts  Agricultural  College,  1873. 

Evan  Thomas Granville 12  Council  Hall.  . 

Denlson  University,  1876. 

Seniors  --..__  g. 


OBEELIX  COLLEGE. 

7 

MIDDLE    CLASS. 

NAMES.                                          KESIDKXCEa. 

ROOMS. 

WiLLi.Yii  Fkkmoxt  Blackmax  . .   Kirksville,  Mo. .  . 

.   3  Council  Hall. 

Oberliu  College,  1877. 

William  Bexton  Chamberlain.  .Oberliu  .... 

.    8  West  Lorain  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 

Frederic  Arthur  Churchill.  .  .Oberliu 

22  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1877. 

George  Edward  Crane Oberlin 

13  Council  Hall. 

Oberliu  College,  1877. 

LuciAN  Edmond  Danks Oberlin 

.  16  Elm  St. 

.  41  North  :\Iaiii  st. 

Herbert  Delos  Goodenough   .  .Oberlin 

Oberlin  College,  1877. 

Azel  Hatch Oberlin 

.  21  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 

Rupert  Preston  Hodge Janesville,  Wis.  . 

.   7  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1874. 

Victor  Eugene  Loba Oberlin 

.    8  Council  Hall. 

Olivet  College,  1876. 

Ira  John  Mai^ville Sparta 

.  19  West  Lorain  st. 
.19  Council  Hall. 

William  Otterbeln  W.  Pringle. Fremont 

Oberlin  College,  1876. 

Angus  Archibald  Eobertson.  .Halifax,  X.  S... 

.11  Council  Hall. 

Dartmouth  College,  1877. 

Charles  Jackson  Ryder Oberlin 

.  33  North  Main  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 

Burnett  Theodore  Stafford  . . .  Cleveland 

.    2  Council  Hall. 

Hiram  College,  1876. 

.  24  Council  Hall. 
.    3  Elm  St. 

D\NA  Magoon                                   Oberlin 

James  Brainerd  Stocking Oberlin 

Henry  Fay  Tyler Columbus 

16  Council  Hall. 

Middles 

-    n. 

JUNIOR   CLASS. 

Iren^eus  J.  Atavood Oberlin 

14  West  St. 

Ripon  College,  1878. 

Joseph  Fletcher  Bacon Oberlin 

.    4  West  St. 

Oberlin  College, 

■  Henry  Liberty  Bates Plymouth,  Neb. 

.28  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1876. 

Oliver  Hobart  Chapin Spartansburgh,P. 

I  33 Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College, 

8                                          OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

NAMES. 

RESIDENCES. 

ROOMS. 

Walter  Disbro  Close 

Oberlin  College, 

.Henrietta 

.  .IJr'Council  Hall. 

Henry  Reid  Cooley 

.  .Cleveland 

,  .    9  Forest  st. 

Hiram  College,  1877. 

WiLLLVM  Edwards  Fay 

Springfield 

. .  1  Council  Hall. 

Marietta  College,  1878. 

Lucius  Bierce  Fuller 

.  Nelson 

..10  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1878. 

Marcus  Bell  Fuller 

Oberlin  College,  1878. 

. .  Nelson 

. .    9  Council  Hall, 

William  Andrew  Hobbs 

Oberlin  College,  1878. 

.Oberlin 

.28  Council  Hall. 

John  Henry  Hull 

.Oberlin 

.  34  East  College  st. 

Oberlin  College, 

Thomas  Anthony  Humphreys 

.Delphos 

.  24  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College, 

Benjamin  Albert  Imes 

.Van  Wert,  Pa  .. 

..27  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1877. 

George  Francis  Kenaston  . .  . 

.  Oberlin 

.  16  South  Professor  st 

Dartmouth  College,  1878. 

Charles  Sumner  Leeper 

.Monticello,  HI. . 

. .  4  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College, 

John  Nicholas  Matincheff,    . 

.  Samokov,  Bulgaria,  6  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College, 

Irving  Wight  Metcalf 

Oberlin  College,  1878. 

.  .Elyria 

..13  Council  Hall. 

Francis  Marion  Price 

.Oberlin 

.Norwich,  Vt.  .  . . 

.  48  Groveland  st. 
.  20  Council  Hall. 

Martin  Luther  Stimson 

Dartmouth  College,  1878. 

Wesley  Meyers  Stover 

.Lisle,  111 

.  31  West  College  st 

Oberlin  College,  1878. 

Albert  Marion  Wheeler  .... 

.  Shelby 

..23  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1878. 

William  Cullen  Wilcox 

.Richrteld 

.  .15  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College.  1878. 
Charles  Naumann 

..31  Council  HaL 

.Naperville,  Ind. 

Northwestern  College.  1872. 

George  Reid  Tuttle 

ClftvelHtul 

. .  1  Spring  St. 
24. 

Janiors           -          • 

CLASSICAL  AND  SCIENTIFIC  COURSE. 


FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  PRESIDENT. 
JOHN  M.  ELLIS.  ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT. 

CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL.  JAMES  K.  NEWTON. 

JUDSON  SMITH.  WILLIAM  K.  KEDZIE. 

GILES  W.  SHURTLEFF.  WILLIAM  G.  FROST. 


STUDENTS. 


SENIOR    CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

WiLBERT  Lee  Anderson East  Berkshire, Vt.  74  East  College  st. 

Jason  Alonzo  Barber Tontogany 9  Walnut  st. 

Henry  Royce  Bass West  Randolph,  Vt.  22  West  Lorain  st. 

Madison  William  Beacom Mechanicstown 31  North  Pleasant  st. 

Fred  Bellows Weep'g  Water,jS'eb.      2(1  Cong.  Church. 

George  B.  Boone Mecca -1  Elm  st. 

William  Henry  Buss Creston,  111 74  East  College  st. 

DwiGHT  Howard  Clapp Kirthuul 9  Walnut  st. 

Charles  Morse  Collier Salem,  Oregon 57  Tappan  Hall. 

Olin  Lareau  Fowler Livo'nia,N.  Y  ....  22  West  Lorain  st. 

William  Raymond  Green   Maiden,  111 Cabinet  Hall. 

James  Ishmael  Greves Cleveland 20  West  College  st. 

Miles  Woodbury  Harrison.  .  LaGrange CO  West  College  st. 

George  Berry  Heazelton Pittsburg,  Pa 14  West  Lorain  st. 

Henry  Churchill  King Hillsdale,  ^SUch ...    7  Forest  st. 

John  Kllne Rensslaerv'e,]Sr.Y.  47  West  College  st. 


10                                         OBERLIN  COLLEGE.                                                      1 

NAMES. 

Nestor  Light 

residences. 
.  Milford,  Ct 

Reading,  N.  Y. .  , . 
.  Stanton,  Mich.  .  .  . 
.Woodburn,  111.   . 

.Kelley's  I.sland.  .  . 
.  Urbana 

.  Savannah 

.  Milan 

Fitchville 

.  Oberlin 

rooms. 
20  West  College  st. 
.  21  East  College  st. 
7  Forest  st. 
2d  Cong.  Church. 
.35  West  Lorain  st. 
.  47  West  College  st. 

.  35  North  Profes'r  st. 
.  9  Elm  St. 
.    9  Elm  St. 
.    9  Elm  St. 
.  18  North  Main  st. 
Ladies'  Hall. 
19  North  Main  st. 

29. 

.  19  West  Lorain  st. 
3  Elm  St. 
3  Elm  St. 
.6  West  Lorain  st. 

59  East  College- St. 
.10  East  Lorain  st. 

1st  Cong.  Church. 
.34  West  College  st. 
.  4 South  Profes'r  St. 
.60  West  College  st. 
.   7  East  Lorain  st. 

64  East  College  st. 
.42  North  Main  st. 
.16  South  Profes'r  St.        ' 
.33  Tappan  Hall. 
.32  West  College  St. 
.21  East  College  st. 
.13  East  Lorain  st. 
.51  West  College  st. 

John  Richard  Nichols 

Wilson  Brayton  Paine 

Alford  Brown  Penniman  ... 

Henry  Ricker 

Benjamin  Thompson.  : 

Sarah  Jane  Bebout 

Mary  Emily  Case 

Essie  Eliza  Johnson 

Alice  Edwards  Mead 

Mary  Braman  Rockwood.  .  .  . 

Mary  Elvira  Temple 

Ida  Elfleda  Willcutt 

Seniors 

JUNI 

Leander  Jefferson  Aldrich. 

David  Edwin  Barney 

Watson  Elliott  Boise 

Harvey  Wilson  Compton  .... 
John  William  Cunnick 

.  Oberlin 

.  Birmingham 

Oberlin             .... 

OR    CLASS. 

.  Coiiklingsv'e,N.Y 
.  La  Porte,  Ind .... 

Belle  vue 

.  Coshocton 

.  Mineral  Ridge .  .  . 

Oberlin 

.Jamestown,  N.  Y . 

Burr  Oak,  Mich  .  . 

Oshkosh,  Wis   ..  .. 

.  La  Grange 

.  Oberlin 

Darius  Lyman  Edwards 

Clarence  Ross  Gale    

Frederic  Yale  Gaston 

William  McLean  Graham  .  . . 

Byron  Bement  Harrison 

David  Alexander  Haylor  . 
Robert  Cehorn  Henderson. 
William  Kaiser 

Zanesville  

Giladenhutten. .  .  . 

Wauseon 

.  Oberlin 

.  Oberlin 

.Oberlin 

Arthur  William  Lyon 

Daniel  Magnus   . 

Oscar  Homer  McConoughey  . 

Charles  Edward  Morse 

George  Lewis  Nichols 

Arthur  Poa\^ll 

.  Oberlin 

Worthington 

O BERLIN  COLLEGE.  n 


NAMES.  RESIliENCES.  ROOMS. 

George  Cheever  Roberts Oberliu 2  College  Place. 

Dewitt  Xathan  Rosecrans.  .  .  .Colliiiwood •>  Colleo-e  Place. 

Western  Starr Moline,  111 6  West  Lorain  st. 

Ekxest  Nathan  Warden Oberliu West  Lorain  st. 

Maurice  Melville  Warner  .    Plainflekl,    111 19  AVest  Lorain  .st. 

Xewton  Wykth Xew  Way 14  West  Lorain  .st. 

Frances  Eaton  Alden Rockland,  Me 7  Forest  st. 

Ella  Maria  Bailey Rnssia 42  North  Main  st. 

Ida  Beagle Bli.ssfield,  Mich   .  .  .15  South  Profes'r  st. 

Eva  Jcsephine  Ceas Oberliu 7  South  Pleasant  st. 

Eva  Lilli.\n  Hutchings Oberlin 7  Morgan  st. 

SusLE  Kendall Cavendish,  Vt 42  North  Main  st. 

Nettie  Luanna  Munson Oberlin 74  East  College  st. 

Abbie  Krlm  Tuttle West  Andover Ladies'  Hall. 

Emma  Younglove Rochester,  Minn     34  East  College  st. 

Juniors  _...._  34. 


SOPHOMORE    CLASS. 

Ervin  Robert  Barney Maywood,  111 4  East  J^orain  st. 

JosiAH  Harlow  Bellows Weep'g  Water,Neb.      2d  Cong.  Church. 

John  Charles  Bucklin Grand  Rapids 47  VVedt  College  st. 

Elmer  Delazon  Bostwick Edinburg 41  West  College  st. 

Edward  Payson  Churchill.  .  Oberlin 26  West  College  st. 

Charles  Elmer  Clark Oberlin 7  East  Mill  st. 

Hurlbukt  Erastus  Cole Strongsville 2  College  Place. 

Alfred  Exy  Colton Hudson,  Mich 24  Tappan  Hall. 

Willis  Franklin  Day Oberlin 20  Nortli  Main  st. 

John  Sumner  Edmunds Oberlin 7  East  Lorain  st. 

David  Edgar  French Oberlin 18  North  Profes'r  st. 

Noel  Gale Madison 7  South  Pleasant  St. 

Edward  Thompson  Harper Port  Byron,  111 51  West  College  st. 

James  Monroe  Henderson  . .  .  .Evansville,  Ind      .9  Mill  St. 

James  Wilbur  Holton Savannah 41  West  Lorain  st. 

Warren  Henderson  Houston.  .Denmark,  Iowa  .  .  .11  East  Lorain  st. 


12  OBEKLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Lyxx  Walker  Hull Sandusky 16  Elm  st. 

WiLLLVM  Owen  Jones Kiohville,  N.  Y.  .     61  East  College  st. 

Frank  Morris  Lillie Willougliby 30  West  College  st. 

Robert  Scott  Lindsay Andover,  Mass. .  .  .      Society  Hall. 

Charles  Loomis Freedom 4  Ea.st  Lorain  st. 

Frederick  Myron  Mitchell  .   Peru 23  Elm  st. 

Charles  Edavin  Newberry.  .     Rochester,  Mich.  .  .14  North  Profes'r  st. 

Walter  Scott  Perry S.  Richmond,  N.  Y.  7  South  Pleasant  Pt. 

Horace  Greeley  Redington  .  .South  Amherst.  .  .  .51  West  College  St. 

George  Bartley  Reid Monaghan,  Iiel'd  .  .32  Tappan  Hall. 

Jacob  Albright  Shaavan LTrbana 8  Forest  st. 

Charles  Jay  Siddall Oberlin 52  West  College  st. 

Eddy  Herbert  Spoor Dowagiac,  Mich,  .     9  Walnut  St. 

Archibald  Eugene  Thomson.   Medina 78  Tappan  Hall. 

William  James  Turner Seville 82  Tappan  Hall. 

William  Jay  Vickery Evansville,  Ind  ...   7  South  Pleasant  st. 

John  Martin  Vesjcent Elyria 3  Elm  st. 

Francis  Timothy  Waters Lenox 60  Tappan  Hall. 

Olive  Chatfield Oberlin 3  West  st. 

Lydia  Maria  Cone Painesville Ladies'  Hall. 

Harriet  Eliza  Cushmax Matroon,  111 25  North  Profes'r  st. 

Eva  Luclnda  Emery Prophetstown  111.  .42  North  Main  st. 

LiNA  Lee  Frayer Carson 25  North  Profes'r  st. 

Lelia  E.  Johnson Oberlin 25  North  Profes'r  st. 

Elizabeth  Adams  Nichols  .  . .   Oberlin 13  East  Lorain  st. 


Sophomores  -  -  _  ~  .  41. 


FRESHMAN   CLASS. 

Fayette  Oilman  Appleton Victory,   Vt 21  West  College  St. 

Newton  Whitmarsh  Bates.  .  .  .Ea.st  Cleveland.  .  .  .27  Tappan  Hall. 

Dan  Freeman  Bradley Bangkok,  Siam.  .    .18  West  College  st. 

Arthur  William  Burt Oberlin Chapel. 

Plimpton  B.  Chase Sparta 14  North  Main  st. 

Charles  Henry  Clague  Dover 17  West  Colleo-e  st. 

William  Hamilton  Cowles Oberlin 69  North  Main  st. 


OBERLIX  COLLEGE. 

13 

NAMES. 

residences. 

rooms. 

Pavl  Dkexnax  Ckavath 

.  P,rookl}'n,  N.  Y, 

.   2  North  Profes'rst. 

John  Blaik  Dol.^xjd 

Wellington 

.35  North  Profes  rst. 

James  William  Donv 

Charles  Hexrv  Dye 

Coi'tland  . 

.20  Sonth  Profes'r  st. 
.  9  East  Mill  st. 

Fort  Madison,  Li. 

Will  Wall  Fay      

.  Sara'ga  Sp'gs,N. Y 

.17  North  Main  st. 

JaBEZ    WkIGHT    GlDDIXGS 

.  Romeo,  Mich 

6  South  Profes'r  st. 

James  Carlile  Graham 

Lowville,   X.  Y.. 

.40  West  Lorain  sU 

William  Ei>warx>  Harrison 

Victoria.,  Brit.  Am 

.  4  Groveland  st. 

Frank  Howe  Hill 

Homer  Milton  Hill 

.Elyria 

.  35  North  Profes'r  st. 
.133^  West  College  St. 

.  Senecaville 

Alfred  Henry  Howard 

.Oberlin 

.  77  Tappan  Hall. 

Hutchins  Inge 

.Danville,  Va 

.32  North  Pleasant  st. 

John  Chas.  Fremont  Jackson 

.Oberlin 

.  75  North  Main  st. 

Charles  Albert  Judson  .    ... 

.  Berlin  Heights . .  . 

.  14  South  Pleasant  st. 

William  C.  Kitchen 

Oxford,  Mich 

.  8  Forest  st. 

Charles  Craig  Lev  an 

.  Shelby ville,  Mo.  . 

.  24  Forest  st. 

Elmer  Wales  Matter 

Brodhead,  Wis.  .  . 

.  50  West  College  st. 

Alfred  McCaskey    

.Sulphur  Springs.  . 

.  15  North  Pleasant  st. 

Frank  B.  McD.vniel 

Oberlin 

Tappan  Hall. 

Joseph  Cephas  Mebaxe 

.  Mebanesville,  N  C 

.34  North  Profes'r  St. 

Jamin  Seth  Morse 

Brownhelm  ...    . 

131^  West  College  st. 

John  M.  Pittinger 

Spencer 

.17  North  Main  .<t. 

John  Dudley  Pope 

Wankegan,  111.  .  .  . 

3"'  West  Lorain  St. 

William  Hathaway  Pouxd.  . . 

.Tipton,  Iowa 

.15  West  Lorain  st. 

TiFWTS    TTT'ATPfTRFV     POTTXDS 

Oberlin 

.26  East  Colieire  st. 

Charles  Walter  Purple 

.Oberlin 

30  NortI)  Main  st. 

J.  T.  ll.VMSDELL                              

.Oberlin 

Rochester,  N.  Y 

35  West  College  st. 
15  West  Lorain  st. 

Charles  Stephex  JIoe 

Vernox  Harris  Rood 

Oberlin 

.10  Elm  St. 

John  Joseph  Schmidt 

Leland's  Corners. 

.  7  Forest  .•^t. 

Lewis  Rogers  Scott 

.  W'akeman 

.  10  West  Lorain  st. 

Arthur  Leon  Shumway 

,  Cleveland 

24  Tappan  Hall. 

AVashington  Slmms 

.Greenville,  Mich  . 

.37  NortI  1  Profes'rst. 

Orrix  Joseph  Smith 

Oberlin 

Oberlin      

.40  North  Main  st. 
83  East  Lorain  st. 

Moses  Fleetwood  Walker... 
JoHX  MoxROE  Whitmax 

.  Chatham  Centre .  . 

.  74  Eiist  College  st. 

Edgar  Nelsox  Wicks 

.  Mendota,  111 

.35  West  College  St. 

Herbert  Franklin  Wilbor  . . . 

.Oberlin . . . 

.  50  West  College  st.          ; 

XORMAN  Porter  Willard  ... 

.Plain view,  Minn. 

.  24  North  Pleasant  St. 

14  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCE?.  ROOMS. 

Alfred  Augustus  Wood        . .  West  Bend,  Wis      79  Tappan  HalL 

Alice  Estelle  Burt Oberlin 9^4  East  Lorain  st. 

LiNA  Emelia  Burt Oberlin Ladies'  Hall. 

Alice,  Minerva  Cowles Oberlin 69  North  Main  st. 

Josephine  Laura  FisH    Berlin  Heights...      Tiadies'  Hall. 

Ell.4.  Maria  Glenn Oberlin 43  North  Profes'r  st. 

Lucy  Adelaide  Hutchings    .  .  .Oberlin 7  Morgan  st. 

Mary   Hubbell.  ...         Mt.  Vernon Ladies'  Hall. 

Josephine  Frances  Krogman     Boston,  Mass Ladies'  Hall. 

Minnie  Eliza  Maltby Obei-lin         48  West  College  st. 

Hattie  E.  Martling St.  Louis,  Mo 30  West  College  St. 

Freshmen         -»,-..-=.         5X. 


LITERARY  COURSE. 


FACULTY 


JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 
JOHN  M.  ELLLS.  JAMES  K.  NEWTON- 

CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL.  WILLIAM  K.KEDZIE. 

JUDSON  SMITH.  GEORGE  H.  WHITE. 

ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT.  MRS.  A.  A.  F.  JOHNSTON. 

MISS  MARY  M.  WRIGHT 


STUDENTS. 


FOURTH    YEAR, 

MAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Ellen  Adam^ Perrysburg. 

Dora  A.  Beattie Sandusky. 

Florence  Millie  Buck Sandusky. 

Emma  Rebecca  Caughey  Kingsville. 

Clara  Lydia  Clisbee  Obeilin 

Julia  Marianna  Coates  Brecksville. 

Josephine  Franks Oberlin. 

Louise  Raney  Fro.st  Oberlin. 

F.^nnie  Nash  Henry Oberlin. 

Mary  Pamelia  Benton  Hill Flemington,  N.  J. 

Ida  May  Hull  Sandusky. 

Ida  Louise  Miller Grant  City,  Iowa. 

Ida  Melissa  Parmenter Vermontville,  Mich. 

Martha  Lelia  Rood Oberlin. 

Frances  Jennie  Ryder Austinburg. 

Francelia  Josephine  Spitzer Medina. 

Stella  Maria  Tuttle West  Andover. 

Eva  Elmina  Wallace Lorain. 

Mattie  Minerva  Winslow Aurora,  HI. 

Julia  Ann  Woodson Berlin. 

Stanley  Ernest  Wilmot Claridon. 

Fourth  Year  _  -  -  -  -  21. 


IG 


OBERLIX  COLLEGE. 


T  H  I E  D   YEAR. 

ISTAJIES.  KESIDKN"CESV 

Jessie  Laura  Bacon •     Oberlin. 

LiLLiE  Esther  Ball Huron. 

Eva  Arabella  Beebe Oberlin. 

Mary  Henrietta  Bohn Warrensville. 

Mary  Josephine  Briggs Elyria. 

Nettie  Cassell Dayton. 

Ida  Belle  Clary jSTorthfield,  Minn. 

Margaret  BrKTON  Cowles Jefferson. 

Eugenia  Gushing Huron. 

Jttlia  Anna  Evans Oberlin. 

Cora  Sarah  Ewing Ellington ^  N.  Y. 

Myra  Celia  Fellows- Chagrin  Falls. 

Clara  Elizabeth  Harrison Granville,  111. 

Nellie  Elmina  Hawley Mankato,  Minn. 

Addie  Whipple  Heald  Canton,  111. 

Anna  L.  Hine Painesville. 

Louisa  D.  F.  Hogue.  .  Oberlin. 

Jessie  Martha  Leonard Oberlin. 

Emma  Clarissa  Linsley Gallon. 

Helen  Maria  Loo*ns Oberlin. 

Frances  Feederica  Munson Oberlin 

Agnes'  Leonore  jSToble ; La  Grange. 

Emma  Anna  Parry Lucas. 

Mary  Louisa  Patterson Flint,  Mich. 

Mary  Evely-n  Percival Portville,  N.  Y. 

Ella  Elizabtsth  Post Belleville. 

Ella  Roe Madison. 

Laura  Scott Council  Bluffs,  Iowa. 

Ella  Mabel  Searle Portville,  X.  Y. 

Ada  Jane  Smith Newark. 

Anna  Lavina  Wallace Oberlin. 

Ella  Wilson  Louisville,  Ky. 

Nellie  May  Worcester Oberlin. 

Stella  Susan  Wright Oberlin. 

Jennie  Matilda  Wyeth New  Way. 


Third  Year. 


35. 


O BERLIN  COLLEGE. 


17 


SECOND   YEAR 

XAMES- 

Abby  Jaxe  Adams 

Kate  Baum 

Mary  Alice  Beach 

Julia  Stoxe  Bkowxing 

INLvRTHA  Louise  Clark 

Frances  M.  Clark 

Ollie  Estelle  Crim 

Ida  Luraxxa  Field 

Cora  Gaxxett   

Cora  Lillian  Gilmax 

Agxes  Celissa  Goss 

Lizzie  Sarah  Gurxey" 

Emily'  Brooks  Hall 

Florence  Elizabeth  Hall 

Julia  Brainerd  Hall 

Sarah  Emily  Hall 

May-  Henry 

Lizzie  Holland 

Emma  Frances  Jenkins 

Mary'  Cornelia  Johnson 

Mary"  Lena  La  Moure 

Margaret  Minnie  Letch 

Edna  MavSOn 

Emma  Letitia  McCoraiick 

Adelaide  Luella  Packard 

Carrie  Matilda  Pelton 

Jessie  Fidelia  Pounds 

Laura  Elvira  Smith 

Mary  Ella  Stockham 

Zerry'  Strong 

Eliza  Trumble 

Mary  Eliza  Walker 

Nellie  Elvira  Watterson 

Anna  Mary  Wickes 

Belle  Ruth  Willey 


residences. 

Boston,  Mass. 

.  New  Philadelphia. 

Ruggles. 

Belpre. 

Oberlin. 

Mt.  Vernon. 

Gallon. 

Oberlin. 

Wellington. 

Belvidere,  111. 

Oberlin. 

.Chester  Cross  Roads. 

Oberlin. 

Hudson,  Wis. 

Oberlin. 

. . .  Homestead,  Mich. 

Oberlin. 

Chicago,  111. 

Oberlin. 

Oberlin. 

Oberlin. 

Ryegate,  Vt. 

Oberlin. 

Cincinnati. 

Chicago,  111. 

Oberlin. 

Oberlin. 

Ypsilanti,  ^lich. 

Poland. 

Akron,  Ind. 

Tovvnsend. 

North  Amherst. 

Cleveland. 

West  Charlotte. 

Spencer. 


Second  Tear 


35. 


18  OBERLIN  COLT.EGE. 


FIRST   YEAR. 

NAMES  KESIDENCES. 

Augusta  Janette  Adams Huron. 

Elizabeth  Amelia  Bradford Port  Gibson,  Miss. 

Orielle  E.  Burgner Fremont. 

Mary  Belle  Carleton Angola,  Ind. 

Gertrude  Cassell Mt.  Vei-non. 

Helen  Kingsbury  Castle Honolulu,  S.  I. 

Adell  Virginia  Crandall Portville,  N.  Y. 

Mary  Caroline  Ceeegan Wakenian. 

Ella  Elizabeth  Crim Gallon. 

Hattie  Curtis Vermontville,  IMich. 

Isabelle  Dixon ■.  .  .  .  Sandusky. 

Kate  Isabel  Fowler Kenosha,  Wis. 

Dora  Bell  Gallup Niles,  Mich. 

Agnes  Hine Painesville. 

Mary  Imogene  Houghton Oberlin . 

Flora  Adeline  Loomis Oberlin. 

Genevra  Jane  Lord Ravenna. 

Mary  Mathis Yorktown,  111. 

Frances  Ann  Messenger Collins. 

Sarah  Marilla  Noble Windham. 

Ella  Palmer Delaware. 

Mary  Elizabeth  Pilling New  Haven,  Conn. 

Nellie  Marian  Smith Ypsilanti,  Mich. 

Sophie  Adelphia  Smith Middletield,  Mass. 

Cora  Maria  Squire Oberlin . 

Myra  Stevens Windham. 

Flora  Diantha  Taylor Claridon. 

Mary  Anna  Temple Vicksburg. 

Fanny  Jane  Turner.        Faribault,  Minn. 

Anna  Maria  Vetter Sedgwick,  Kan. 

Margaret  Diantha  Wells Claridon. 

Martha  Williams Albany,  N.  Y. 

Agnes  White Willoughby. 

Cora  B.  Young Monroeville. 

First  Year        -  -  -  _  _  -        34. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  19 

IN    SELECT   STUDIES. 

NAMES.  RESIDKNCES. 

Llewellyn  Jajies  Bevnon   Lu  Crosse,  Wis. 

Seloy  Andrew  Bass West  Randolph,  Vt. 

James  Castle Honolulu,  S.  L 

Marion  Finley  Cowan Hanlin. 

Frank  Sutherland  Harder Castleton,  N.  Y. 

Philip  Cady  Hayden Hempstead,  N.  Y. 

R.  CoRT  HoRR Wellington. 

Martin  Froude  Holbrook Otto,  N.  Y. 

William  Arthur  Jewett Oberlin. 

Willie  Maxwell  Monroe Oberlin. 

Harlan  Page Jamaica  Plains,  Mass. 

Charles  Samuel  Penfield Bucyrus. 

Frederick  Joseph  Pohl Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Frank  Rice Warren. 

Townsend  Smith Chicago,  111. 


'r 


Nellie  Baker Willoughby. 

Ella  Jane  Ball Buffalo,  N.  Y. 

Lizzie  Rebecca  Boone Salem. 

Mattie  Amelia  Boyle Salem. 

Lizzie  Missouri  Bowtsrs Akron. 

Jennie  Finney Milwaukee,  Wis. 

Alice  May  Gardner Fulton,  N.  Y. 

Mary  Eliza  Guinell Oberlin. 

Grace  Greenwood  Hamilton Claiksburg,  Iml. 

Kittie  Kuhn r Salem. 

Hattie  Spooner  Lyon Salem. 

Mary  R.  Mathewson Mendon,  Mich. 

Belle  McNaughton l-ake  Linden,  Mich. 

Florence  N.  Packard Chicago,  111. 

Clara  Ellen  Smith Warrensburg,  :Mo. 

In  Select  Studies  .  _  -  -  30. 


CLASSICAL  SCHOOL. 


INSTRUCTORS. 


GEORGE  H.  AVHITE,  PRINCIPAL. 
LYMAN  B.  HALL.  MiSS  M.  M.  WRIGHT. 

HERBERT  1).  GOODENOUGH.  HOBART  K.  PAINTER. 

JAMES  F.  EATON.  FRED.  A.  CHURCHILL. 


STUDENTS. 


SENIOR    CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Samuel  Pettit  Alexander Marbleheacl. 

Daniel  Julian  Bates Avon. 

Hubert  Wilbur  Bessey Oberlin. 

Angelo  Randolph  Bonney Orland,  Ind. 

Harry  Clyde  Brooks Oberlin. 

Frank  Augustus  Bunce Oberlin. 

Herbert  Martin  Camp Painesville. 

Henry  Northrup  Castle Honolulu,  S.  I. 

Cyrus  Alonzo  Clark Union,  111. 

Charles  Mason  Cook ' Elton,  N.  Y. 

Ira  Oliver  Curtiss ,  Marengo,  111. 

William  Platt  Darwin Washington,  D.  C. 

Frederick  Conner  Dexter New  York  Cit,y. 

George  Charles  Ehrhart  North  Amherst. 

James  Thome  Fairchild • Oberlin. 

Baxter  Tod  French Oberlin. 


OBEELIN  COLLEGE.  21 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Claukius  Buchanan  Fkench Oberlin, 

Edward  Payson  Gale Jamestown,  N.  Y. 

James  Henry  Garnett New  York  City. 

Charles  Dudley  Green Maiden,  111. 

Winfield  Pierce  Hatch Obeilin, 

Charles  Willard  Hayes Hanover. 

James  Howard  Holt Marysville, 

James  William  Johnson Washington. 

William  Melville  Johnston Selnui,  Ala. 

William  Jones Jeflerson,  111. 

Amos  Morrell  Kent Genoa. 

John  Leadingham Hammond,  N.  Y. 

William  Clark  Linton Clarksville. 

Fred  Brown  Lyons Oberlin. 

Kalph  Jones  Lyons Oberlin . 

Edward  Payson  Martin Oberlin. 

EoBERT  Charles  Martin Cincinnati. 

Benjamin  Oliver  McMichael Ashley. 

George  Herbert  Mead Oberlin. 

William  Vernon  Metcalf Elyria. 

William  Miller Vine  Ridge. 

Henry  Clement  Morrison .    .  Milan 

Arthur  Gilson  Morse Brownhelm. 

Alfred  Charles  Moysey Kelley's  Island. 

Charles  Howard  North Oberlin. 

Clark  Henry  JSTye Concord. 

Fred  Everett  Pomeroy Oberlin 

Frederick  Chapman  Porter Painesville. 

Everett  Spencer  Eobixson Patchogue,  N.  Y. 

Charles  Homer  Searle West  Andover. 

AViLLiAM  Joshua  IShedd Watseka,  III. 

William  Charles  Shortle Pontine,  111. 

George  Anderson  Smith M('(liiia. 

Roderick  Henry  Smith Dunkirk,  N.  Y. 

AViLLAHD  Fkaxk  Smith Oberlin. 

George  Franklin  Solier Stryker. 

Alexander  Ormiston  Spence East  Cleveland. 

Everett  Lincoln  Stratton New  York  City. 


22  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Frank  VVakrkn  Streator Oberlin. 

Clarence  Franklin  Swift Oberlin. 

Fred  Haynes  Swift Oberlin. 

TuLLY  McCrea  Talbot AVestville. 

Richard  Jackson  Temple.  .  Vieksburg,  Miss. 

Merton  Edmond  Thompson         Oberlin. 

Russell  Lord  Tracy Mansfield. 

John  Charles  Turney' Ostrander. 

Oliver  Sheldon  Wells   Seville. 

Eugene  Howard  West Oberlin. 

Asa  Charles  Wilson Oberlin. 

Andrew  Witherup Oberlin. 

George  Edward  Woodhull Marinette,  Wis. 

Alonzo  Dock  Woodworth .Irwin. 

George  Zimmerman Frederick,  Md. 

Myra  Jane  Hoaves Mendota,  111. 

Effie  Maria  Hyde Wetmore,  Kan. 

Annette  Olive  Newberry Rochester,  Mich. 

Mary  Lucinda  Regal Oberlin. 

Meda  S.  Richmond North  Amherst. 

Seniors  -         _         .  _  _  _  74. 


MIDDLE   CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Charles  Stafford  Ames Bucyrus. 

James  William  Anthony Ottawa,  111. 

Caleb  Dickenson  Arner Salem. 

John  Samuel  Bailey Sugar  Grove,  Ind. 

Samuel  Arthur  Baldwin Pittsfield. 

Allen  Stewart  Barber Mt.  Vernon. 

Charles  Lee  Barnes Canton   111. 

John  B.  Bates Upper  Alton,  111. 

CiNA  Albert  Bessey. Amwell. 

Willis  Arthur  Bessey Oberlin. 

Charles  Gilbert  Boise Bellevue. 


OBEKLIX  COLLEGE.  23 


JJAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

IsA.\c  Newtox  Bowmax   Upper  Saii(lii.<ky. 

JoHX  RoBEKT  Bradley Sweet  Chalybeate  Spriiiji"*^  ^'•^• 

Herbert  Aistix  Browx Obeiliii. 

Aerbert  Orl.vxdo  Browx  Santlusk}-. 

James  L.  Brown Yellow  Bud. 

Hare  Fessexdsx  Burkett Findlay. 

WiLEiAM  Cake Fostoria. 

George  Bexjamin  Carpenter West  Mentor. 

Arthur  Chapix  Carruthers Oberliii. 

Arthur  Eugexe  Chamberlaix Bedford. 

Charles  Jonathan  Cole .Copley. 

Charles  Morg.\n  Croswell Adrian,  Micli. 

Leoxidas  Howard  Dwis Kokomo,  Ind. 

William  Bricker  Davis Shelby. 

Hexry  Winston  Dillard Wabaunsee,  Kan. 

Leman  Caxfield  Dextox Wakeman. 

George  Bexxett  Giddixgs Oberlin. 

Arthur  Hill  Griffiths Richville,  N.  Y. 

Arthur  Webster  Hall Selma,  Ala. 

Luther  Donald  Hamilton .Clarksburg,  Ind. 

Fred  Catlin  Hartshorn Pontiae,  HI. 

Charles  Wesley  Haverson Winona,  Minn. 

Charles  Robinson  Haydn Cleveland. 

Charles  Prescott  Heald Canton,  111. 

Howard  Thomas  Hicks 01)erlin. 

Walter  Milton  Hili Hudson,  Mich. 

Edward  L.  IIotchkiss Kirtland. 

.Joseph  M.  Hotchkis-i Troy,  Kan. 

Joseph  James  Jackson Mason,  ^lieh. 

James  Augustixe  Jones Plymouth,  Pa. 

Gerald  Stanley  Lee Cleveland. 

Charles  William  Longren  ^ ^^  ileox,  Pa. 

Charles  Augustus  Mack Gilead,  Ct. 

A\"illiam  Oscar  McCuRDY West  Point. 

Robert  Gibson  McDonald Coltsville. 

Franklin  Joseph  McGuire Mansfield. 

Hugh  Fremont  McIxTOSH  Salineville. 

Frank  Elwood  McKellogg ^orth  Fairfield. 


24 


OBEKLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Roderick  McLennan Elgin,  N.  Y. 

Willis  Elbert  Mollison Marysville,  Miss. 

Ralph  Waldo  Munson Martin. 

Artemas  Thomas  Packard La  Porte,  Ind. 

Charles  Fremont  Pearson Mallet  Creek. 

George  Foster  Prentiss Windham,  Vt. 

John  Calvin  Proctor La  Cygne,  Kan. 

George  Edgar  Prosser New  London. 

Hiram  Whitney  Richmond Liverpool. 

William  Thomas  Royce Lexington. 

Charles  .Giddings  Sanford Avoca,  la. 

Charles  Whitfield  Sanford Geneseo,  111. 

Oliver  Perry  Scovell Lewiston,  N .  Y. 

Frederick  Wooster  Sherman     Sidney  Plains,  N.  Y, 

Henry  Augustus  Smith Solon . 

John  Wilson  Smith Sarahsville. 

Jonathan  Greene  Smith Ashkum,  111, 

Charles  Henry  Solier Stryker. 

James  Sullivan  . .  Victor  Mills,  N.  Y. 

Henry  Spencer  Swift Calumet,  Mich. 

Fred  F.  Thomas  ...    Rochester. 

Edward  Payson  Van  Valkenberg Geneseo,  111. 

Thomas  Winfield  Waring Oberlin. 

Eugene  David  Winfield Ayersville. 

Shepard  Hamlin  Wood Sycamore,  Ind. 

William  Warren  Woodruff Newtown,  Pa. 

William  Ward  Wyckoff   Roberts,  111. 

Annie  Billiard Elyria. 

Middles  ......         71. 


JUNIOR    CLASS, 

George  Edward  Abbott Pittsfield,  III. 

Silas  Judson  Acker Brooklyn. 

Thomas  Jefferson  Archer Cardington. 

Obadiah  Frederick  Barnhart Barnhart's  Mills,  Pa. 


OBERLIX  COLLEGE.  25 

NAMES.  RESIDKNCES. 

Henry  Blair Edwardsville,  111. 

Samuel  Stillman  Carruthers Massillon. 

Caius  Adrian  Chapman Huntington. 

LoxNiE  Weston  Chapman Lake  Breeze. 

WiLTciE  W.  Chapman Huntington. 

William  D.  Chenoweth London. 

Franklin  Joshua  Clark 31edina. 

Orva  Lee  Cook Lexington. 

George  Henry  Craig   Lancaster,  X.  Y. 

William  Hawks  Culter Florida,  III. 

Charles  Erwix  Davis Dublin. 

John  William  Davis Mineral  Ridge, 

Charles  Warren  Dickens Wvtlie,  Tenn. 

Edward  Payson  Dickenson Waterloo,  Ind. 

Frank  Jenness  Fay Moss  Run. 

WiLLi.iM  ToBiE  Fizer Springfield,  Tenn. 

Burton  Romine  Goodrich ...  Oberlin. 

Willis  J.\mes  Goodrich Hudson,  Mich. 

George  Emerson  Hankxntsox Oberlin. 

Pierce  Benjamls  Harris Xewberry,  S.  C. 

Benjamin  X.  Hawes Xorwalk. 

Wick  Dennick  He.4Zleton  Pittsburgh,  Pa. 

William  Hanson  Hilton Monongahela  City,  Pa. 

Peter  Clarence  Housen Ironton. 

George  Lewis  Jackson Washington,  D.  C. 

C.  H.  JoHNSox Chicago,  111. 

Melvin  Blake  Johxson Elyria. 

Edwin  Young  Lacey Ravenna. 

Fayette  Lemuel  Lilly Mendota,  111. 

Paul  MACLE.iN Columbus  Junction,  la. 

George  Clinton  Marsh Michigan  City,  Ind. 

Paul  Ralph  Mueller  Point  Marblehead. 

Edwin  Thompson  Pierce Medina. 

Solon  Pierce  Powell Findlay. 

Charles  Hezekiah  Read Union,  111. 

Xoble  Tighlman  Robbens Xiles, 

Francis  Jefferson  Roberson St.  Louis,  Mo. 

SoLLis  Rlt^xels Indianapolis,  Ind. 


26  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

George  Alson  Salisbury Martin. 

Wilton  Sawyer Mentor. 

John  Miller  Sherman Wakeman . 

Edwin  S.  Slater Aurelia,  la. 

Edward  Henry  Spear Oberlin. 

Clarence  Judson  Spore Florence. 

Frank  Patterson  Taylor Genoa. 

Archie  Tucker Louisiana,  Kan. 

John  Henry  Tutile Amherst. 

Clarence  Augustus  Vincent Chagrin  Falls. 

Benjamin  Franklin  Wheeler Charlotte,  N".  C. 

John  Oscar  White Oberlin. 

Harlan  Corilus  Woodford Mesopotamia. 

David  Thomas  Wyatt Mt.  Pleasant. 

John  Orlando  Zerbe Osnahurgh. 

Juniors  -         -         -  -         -  -  57. 


EiN^GLISH  SCHOOL. 


INSTRUCTORS. 


r 


GEORGE  H.  WHITE,  PRINCIPAL. 

HOBART  K.  PAINTER.  MiSS  MARY  M.  WRIGHT. 

FREDERIC  A.  CHURCHILL. 

STUDENTS. 
GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Chandler  Baldwin  Adams Huron. 

James  Otis  Adams   Huron. 

Frank  Joseph  Aigler Bellevue. 

Samuel  Cecil  Arnold Fremont. 

Joseph  B.  Ball Corfu,  X  Y. 

Ma.jor  Landa  Bevis Harrison 

John  Biddinger    Nova. 

Charles  Edwin  Bloomer Weaver's  Corners. 

Fred  Edward  Braithwaite Oberlin. 

William  Bredbeck Danbury. 

Albert  Jenkins  Breed Toledo. 

Jesse  Levi  Bright Columbus. 

HoLC Y  Chase  Brooks Vermillion. 

Stowell  Dudley  Bry'ant Kipton. 

Charles  Lute  Bullard Oberlin. 

Sanford  Frederick  Burger Otto,  N.  Y. 

Robert  Henry  Calaway Ironton. 

Sylvester  Callahan Sauk  Center,  Minn. 

James  Cameron Salem,  Mass. 

Frank  William  Carpenter Oberlin. 

Elmer  Ezra  Carrier Rochester. 

Charles  Arthur  Cassell Mt.  Vernon. 

George  Thomas  Chandler Lorain. 

Elmer  Jefferson  Cheno\\teth London. 


28  OBEKLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES  KESIDENCES. 

Herman   Clausen Gypsum 

Alfred  Lane  Crawford Newcastle,  Pa. 

Newton  Cunningham Chillicothe. 

George  Thomas  Cupit Greenwich 

Mlllard  Davis Keno,  Pa. 

Haralamby  Demetroff Sistova,  Bulgaria. 

Thomas  Denham Cleveland. 

Fred  Sears  Eaton Oberlin . 

William  Franklin  Ellis Petersburg,  Va. 

James  Moore  Fanleroy  Foster Greencastle,  Pa. 

Thornton  Eraser .  Plainfield,  111. 

WiLLARD  Ashton  Frasier Lockport,  111. 

Charles  Emmett  Gaines St.  Paris. 

Donald  Francis  Gibbs Oberlin. 

Fremont  Gifford Wellington. 

Edward  Livingstone  Goldsmith Corsica. 

Albert  Perry  Gorman Berlinville. 

James  Lester  Greene Fremont 

Mark  Israel  Greenleaf Charlestown. 

Preston  Henry  Hall Charlotte,  N.  C. 

Romeo  B.  Hazlett Hudson,  Mich. 

Edward  Heusner South  Amherst. 

William  Alvah  Heusner Henrietta. 

Bruce  Baker  Hicks Oberlin . 

Addison  Hobart Nelson. 

Ernest  Howard Adrian,  Mich. 

Clyde  Westerman  Hurst Harrisburgh. 

Frank  Hiram  Ingersoll West  Union,  la. 

Andrew  Jackson La  Porte. 

Leslie  Ellis  Johnson Chicago. 

Dewoody  Read  Jones Millbrae,  Cal. 

Hiram  Pressley  Jordan '. Rockport. 

Charles  Edward  Joslin Brownhelm. 

Charles  D.  Kendeigh South  Amherst 

Bruce  Ellsworth  Kirkland South  Bend,  Ind. 

William  Klink Clyde. 

Watson  Baird  Lindsley Penfield. 

Eugene  Long Gallon. 


OBEKLIN  COLLEGE.  29 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Cyrus  Wii.ey  Loose Monroe,  Mich. 

Charles  John  Martin Vermillion. 

Charles  August  Maurer Monroe,  Mich. 

EOBERT  Joseph  McCleery West  Alexander,  Pu. 

William  Aiken  McClelland Mt.  Jackson,  Pa. 

James  Eli  McConnell Rock  Island,  111. 

Fred  West  McFarland   Solon. 

Samuel  Dare  McMillan ' La  Crosse,  Wis. 

Joseph  Addison  Mead Greenwich. 

Walter  Henry  Meech North  Ridgeville. 

Frank  Caleb  Merrill Ai. 

Henry'  E.  Milner Sandusky. 

Edwin  D.  Morgan Geneva. 

Fred  Myers Cleveland. 

MiLO  West  Norris Nankin. 

WiLLARD  Alfred  Pardee Windham. 

Seth  William  Parker  Mayfield. 

William  Edward  Patchin Oberlin. 

Solomon  John  Paine .  Nelson. 

William  John  Poyer ^  Florence. 

Harvey  Woodruff  Prouty Painesville. 

Albert  Edwin  Pynchon Eockport. 

William  Frank  Ray Belleviie. 

Frank  Edward  Reid Mansfield. 

Allen  Buckle  Richards Rochester. 

William  Narwell  Richardson     Jackson,  Miss. 

Frank  H.  Ridenour Oberlin. 

Robert  Curtis  Rivers Oberlin. 

Andrew  Jackson  Roberts Buchanan. 

Edward  Steele  Sawyer Mentor. 

Charles  Willard  Seiberlixg Akron. 

Henry  Selkirk Oberlin. 

Edward  Marland  Senter Calumet,  :Mich. 

Frank  Remington  Shank Litchfield. 

Perry  Ovid  Shank Litchfield. 

Edward  Lafayette  Shepard       .         " Dundee,  111. 

Stanley  Powers  Shepard Henrietta. 

Henry  Bedford  Shuart Cleveland. 


30  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  KESIUENCES. 

Charles  Wilbur  8mith ...  Berlin. 

Fred  Dwight  Smith   Florence. 

LoREN  C.  Smith  Nova. 

Samuel  James  Smith Oberlin. 

James  Finley  Snodgrass Defiance. 

Calvin  W.  Solether Jei-ry  City. 

Fred  Alonzo  Sperry Streetsboro. 

Willis  Peck  Sperry Tallmadge. 

Collins  Swan  Sprague Florence. 

Fred  Hammott  Sprague Florence. 

Newton  Lyman  Squier Ransom,  Mich. 

Oscar  Wendell  SriUiER Sulphur  Springs. 

F.  H.  Stiehler Oberlin . 

George  Erwin  Stearns Kii)ton. 

Albert  Pike  Stockwell Aurora,  111. 

Fred  Valerius  Stone Strongsville. 

Hiram  Adelbert  Tennant Kipton. 

George  Sylvanus  Thomas  Greenwich. 

Adri.a,l  Clark  Thompson Oberlin. 

Gaylord  Harper  Thomson Medina. 

Edwin  Cromwell  Tillinghast Berlin  Heights. 

John  Smith  Townshend Avon. 

Henson  T.  Tuck Oberlin, 

Frank  Starr  Turner Litchfield. 

Carl  Schurtz  Tuttle Berlin  Heights. 

Eugene  Stanberry  Upson .Oberlin. 

Ashley  Alonzo  Welsher Star,  la. 

FifED  Clark  West Pittsfield. 

Gilbert  Dennison  Wheeler Shelby. 

Edward  Sabin  White Lafayette,  Ind. 

William  Henry  White Oberlin . 

Charles  King  Whitney Oberlin. 

Edmund  Mould  Whitney * Pittsfield. 

Herbert  Lee  Whitney Pittsfield. 

Hiram  Arthur  Whitney Oberlin. 

Hudson  Elliott  Willard   Cleveland. 

Jacob  Allen  Willits Montra. 

Wilbur  Joseph  Young  Four  Corners. 

Gentlemen  .....  138. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  31 


LADIES, 

NAMES.  KESIUENCES. 

LiLLiE  Allen Amherst, 

Mary  Augusta  Andrews Rockport,  111. 

Genevieve  Atkins Carey. 

Ouie  Ann  Barrett Clarksfield. 

Helen  Bassett OlxM'lin. 

Louise  Bazine • Oberlin. 

Mary  Elizabeth  Beeken Grotoa. 

Josephine  Beers Collanier. 

Augusta  Cliftoh  Bell Henrietta. 

EuRiE  Mitchell  Bell Henrietta. 

Maggie  Blair Edwardsville,  111. 

Mary  Virginia  Blocker Doylestown. 

Lila  Aminta  Bostwick Oberlin, 

Helen  Fla villa  Boyden Northlicld. 

Hattie  Brooks Vermillion. 

Kate  Brown Frederiokstown. 

Minnie  Cannan Wellington. 

Mary  Carmichael Wlieatland,  Mich. 

Mary  Medora  Carroll  Fostoria. 

LiLLiE  May  Cassell Dayton. 

Grace  Goodrich  Churchward . .     Berea. 

Harriet  Marilla  Clark Murray,  Iowa. 

Ruth  Clark Washington,  Pa. 

Frances  Clark Mechanicstown. 

Celia  Owen  Clemans ." North  Dover. 

Emma  A.  Clemans North  Dover. 

Louise  Coates AVhitehali,  Mich. 

Clara  Ida  Cooley Farmington,  Iowa. 

Ella  Crittenden Ruggles. 

Mary  Ella  Darwln Burlington,  Iowa. 

Leontine  D'Anglas Ol)orlin. 

Edith  May  Dayton Penliidd. 

LiLLiE  Day ShellU'ld. 

Nellie  Cordelia  Denman Wakeman. 

Susan  A.  Dickerson Fryer's  Point,  Miss. 

Alice  Emma  Edgar Vermillion. 

Ella  Jones  Farrar Oberlin. 


32  O BERLIN  COLLEGE. 

NAMES.  '  RESIDENCES. 

Kate  Farrar  London. 

Maggie  Fitzpatrick   Columbiana. 

Mary  Frances  Forest Woodstock,  lU. 

Ada  Foster Brecksville. 

Clara  Sarah  Fowler Livonia,  N.  Y. 

Ada  May  French Brownhelm. 

DiLLA  Etta  Fry Sulphur  Springs. 

Mary  Ix>uise  Gardner Chagrin  Falls. 

Rebecca  Gordon Wayneshurgh,  Pa. 

Helen  Louise  Grimes Mansfield. 

Minnie  Croly  Grover Romeo,  Mich. 

Mary  Ellen  Gurney Chester  Cross  Roads. 

Carrie  Elizabeth  Harris Yermillion. 

Adda  Louise  Harding Clyde. 

Rose  E.LIZA  Hasklns Chagrin  Falls. 

Bertha  Haven Cleveland. 

Antoinette  Harriet  Hawkins Rockjjort. 

IvA  Nora  Haynes Grass  Lake. 

Mary  Heller  Marion. 

Sarah   Higgins  . .    Oberlin. 

Ida  LfORiNDA  Hilliard  Elyria. 

Julia  Townsend  Hill Nevada,  Mo. 

Sarah  Hattie  Hine Toledo. 

Nellie  Holbrook Sullivan. 

LiLLiE  A.  Hollister Bristol,  Conn. 

Elgie  Fidelia  Holman  Lenox. 

Frances  Elizabeth  Hubbell Chagrin  Falls. 

Lillian  Amelia  Hudson     Lig;onier,  Ind. 

Hattie  Belle  Ingersoll Belden. 

Hattie  Hermia  Johnson  Mansfield. 

Carrie  Lelia  Jones Wabaunsee,  Kan. 

Cynthia  Ann  Judson Berlin  Heights. 

Josephine  Alice  Kexnell Trenton. 

Jennie  Kerr Gilman,  111. 

Charlotte  Mary  Kimball Maywood,  111. 

Jennie  Mary  Kinsey Tuscarawas. 

Matilda  Dora  Kuhlow Sheftield. 

Louise  Sheldon  Leary Oberlin. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  33 


J^AMES.  KESIDENCES. 

Faxnie  Mary  Liles Blooniiiijrville. 

Annie  L.  London Philadelpliia,  Pa. 

Irene  Gertrude  Loomis Charlestown. 

Mary  Elizabeth  Lyon Salem. 

Willie  Louise  MacDougal St.  Louis,  Mo. 

Jennie  Maddock Ridgeville. 

Agnes  Marshall Sandusky. 

Ella  Mary  Marsh Larue. 

Elizabeth  Mars Prairie  Depot. 

Katherine  Mary  Massey Sandusky. 

Emma  Fitch  McCarthy Vermontville,  .Mich. 

Martha  Means Oberlin. 

Elizabeth  Etherington  Meek Will's  Creek. 

Estella  Metcalf Sydney. 

Elizabeth  Adelaide  Miller Ne\vai-k,  N.  J. 

Emile  Miller Point  Marblehead. 

Matilda  Rebecca  Miller Vine  Ridge. 

Sarah  Luella  Miner Bavaria,  Kan. 

Olive  Mylar New  Philadelphia. 

Mary  Joan  Nelson ...  Shalersville. 

Anna  Eliza^Nettleton  Qberlin. 

Nellie  Verne  Norris Nankin. 

Eda  Mary  Ormsby North  Amherst. 

Mary  Charlotte  Otis • Hieksville. 

Mary  Jane  Packard New  London. 

Leonora  Anna  Palmer Port  Gibson,  Miss. 

Viola  Parsons Oberlin. 

Addie  Parmelee  ...... Liveri)Ool. 

Mary  Ella  Phillips Oberlin. 

Mary  Emma  Pomeroy El j^ria. 

Etta  Katherine  Pringle Big  Plain. 

Sadie  Elizabeth   Pringle  Millersville. 

Ella  Radcliffe  Clarksville,  Tenn. 

Sarah  Stella  Redfield  Ransom,  Mich. 

Susanna  Reunbaugh  Bucyrus. 

Lucy  Philena  Rice Locust  Point. 

Diz A  Rivers Oberlin. 

Lucy  Louise  Robbins  L-i  Grange. 

Annie  Frances  Ryder Sterling,  111. 


34  OBEELIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  KESIDENCES. 

Belle  LaGrand  Sanford Burton , 

May  Sargent Upper  Sandusky. 

Jennie  Lansdale  Sawyer  . .    Bellevue. 

Augusta  Eva  Sears Collins. 

Virginia  May  Sellars Shawneetown,  111. 

Carrie  Sophia  Smith Solon. 

Hattie  Jane  Smith Leavenworth,  Kan. 

Lulu  Smith Oberlin . 

Maria  Anna  Smith Eau  Claire,  Wis. 

Minnie  DeEtta  Smith South  Haven,  Mich. 

Anna  Squier Sulphur  Springs. 

Flora  Squier Sulphur  Springs. 

LiLLiE  EsTELLE  Starr Liti'hfield. 

Margaret  Steely Anna. 

Florence  Martha  Stewart Harrisburgh. 

Helen  Margaret  Stine Lindsey. 

Bklle  Charlotte  Swarthout Berlin  Heights. 

Mary  E    Templeton Warrensville,  Iowa. 

MiNA  M.  Tennant  Kipton. 

Eugenia  Thoma!^ Brimfield. 

Olivia  Annette  Thoma  ? »i  .    .  Fostoria. 

Carrie  Belle  Townsend Avon. 

Samantha  Cordelia  Tuck   01)erlin. 

EosE  Bonheur  Tuttle Berlin  Heights. 

Armitta  Price  Vaughn Port  Gibson,  Miss. 

Mary  Ann  Waddell Cleveland. 

Elizabeth  Eachel  Wallace Oberlin. 

Mary  Edith  Ward Willoughby . 

Mary  Ella  Warner Oberlin. 

Anna  Waugh Canton,  111. 

LiLLiE  Adelaide  White Willoughby. 

Ida  Lucinda  Whitney Big  Eapids,  Mich. 

Bertie  Wiley Oberlin. 

Melva  Jane  Wilmot Claridon. 

LoRiNDA  Adell  Wilson Litchfield. 

Etta  May  Worcester ...  Kin2:ston. 

Ella  Worden Mansfield. 

Fannie  Foster  Wright Oberlin. 

liadies.  ......  152. 


■Btwmmn  0 


FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  PRESIDENT. 

FENELON  B.  RICE,  Director. 

L.  CELESTIA  WATTLES.  FRANK  M.  DAVIS. 

CALVIN  B.  CADY.  HELEN  M.  RICE. 

WILLIAM  B.  CHAMBERLAIN. 


STUDENTS. 
GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

George  Whjtfield  Andrews Oberlin. 

D.wiD  Stephen  Arnold Sycamore,  111. 

Ovid  Pope  Barbour Traer,  Iowa. 

Samuel  Horace  Blakeslee  Oberlin. 

Wesley  Harris  Brixsmade '. Litchfield. 

Harry  Clyde  Brooks Oberlin. 

Frank  Augustus  Bunce  Oberlin. 

Daniel  Ellis  Bushnell  Oberlin. 

James  Bicknell  Castle  Honolulu,  S.  I. 

Herman  Clausen         Gypsum. 

Hurlburt  Erastus  Cole Strongsville. 

Charles  Erwln  Davis Dublin. 

Edward  Davis Gomer. 

Charles  Wells  Den:vison Greensburg. 

John  Sumner  Edmunds Oberlin. 

George  H.  Fish Brooklyn. 

William  Nahum  Gates Elyna. 

Harry  Willi.am  George  E.  Orrington,  :siaine. 

Stiles  Justin  Gillett Wayne. 


36  OBEELTN  COLLEGE. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

EvANDER  Joseph  Goodsell Nelson. 

James  Ishmael  Greves  Cleveland. 

Jay  Rollin  Hall Brighton. 

WiNFiELD  Pierce  Hatch Oberlin. 

Charles  Robertson  Haydn Cleveland. 

Thomas  Monroe  Holloway Bnrbank. 

Francis  Mills  Koons Snlphur  Springs. 

Samuel  McConoughey ^ Penfield. 

Charles  Beebe  Martin Oberlin. 

Charles  Frank  Miller  Meadville. 

Francis  Josephus  Moore Hicksville. 

Charles  Walthall  Morrison Oberlin. 

Jamin  Seth  Morse Brownhelm. 

Robert  William  Moysey Kelly's  Island. 

Albert  Clifford  Penfield Oberlin. 

Charles  Samuel  Penfield Bucyrus. 

Charles  Milton  Pierce Clarksville. 

Henry  Reed Osnaburgh . 

James  Budden  Renshavs^ Richmond,  Mass. 

George  Cheever  Roberts Williamsfield. 

Charles  Edward  Smith Romeo,  Mich. 

Edgar  George  Sweet Avon. 

Eugene  Sweet Avon. 

Perry  Parton  Weed Saugatuck,  Mich. 

Frank  Elias  Wells New  London. 

George  Clarence  Westervelt Oberlin. 

John  Greenleaf  Willis Gallipolis. 

Edwin  Jonathan  Young  Loyal  Oak. 

Oeutlemen  .....  47. 


LADIES. 

Augusta  Janette  Adams ^ Huron. 

Frances  Genevieve  Atkin Carey. 

Nina  Ruth  Bacon Oberlin. 

Nellie  Ellis  Baker Willoughby. 


OBERLIX  COLLEGE.  37 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Sadie  Cantelina  Barnhart Millerstowii,  Pa. 

Anna  May  Beach PittsfieUl. 

Josephine  Beers Collamer. 

MiTTiE  Artemisia  Bebout Savannah. 

Mary  Lincoln  Bergen Galva,  111. 

Ida  Bevington  Blakeslee Oberlin. 

Elizabeth  Rebecca  Boone Salem. 

Lizzie  Missouri  Bowers Akron. 

Mattie  Amelia  Boyle Salem. 

Anna  M.  Brandon Petrolia,  Pa. 

Mary  Josephine  Briggs Elyria. 

Belle  Aurelia  Brown Milwaukee,  Wis. 

Kate  Brown Fredericktown. 

Florence  Millie  Buck Sandusky. 

SiNA  Emilia  Burt Akron. 

Mary  Cllnton  Bush Edinboro,  Pa. 

Mary  Esther  Campbell Kipton. 

Jennie  Cannan ' Camden. 

Julia  Lois  Caruthers Oberlin. 

Cora  Etta  Cary Lexington. 

Katherine  Case  Milan. 

LiLLiE  May  Cassell Dayton. 

Carrie  Dickinson  Castle Honolulu,  S.  L 

Carrie  Chandler Wadsworth. 

Martha  Maria  Chase Oberlin. 

Ella  Chatfield Oberlin. 

Alletha  Clark Xew  London. 

Xellie  Ball  Cobaugh Canton. 

DoLLiE  CoE Coe  Ridge. 

Linnie  Elvira  Conrad Oberlin. 

Clara  Fannie  Cook Elton,  X.  Y. 

Lou  Frazer  Coavan Oberlin. 

Louise  Dudley  Cracraft Galesburg,  111. 

Ollie  Estelle  Crim Gallon. 

Mattie  Isabel  Crouch  Erie,  Pa. 

Martha  Jane  Culter Florid,  111. 

Emma  Jane  Cunningham Columbiana. 

Mary  Daniels Grafton. 


38  OBEKLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Mary  Frances  Day Oberliii. 

Bella  Dewey Bristol  Center,  N.  Y, 

Belle  Salome  De  Yo  Oberlin. 

Vashti  Ann  Drennan Brecksville. 

Adaline  Minerva  Dresser  Schuyler,  Xeb. 

Carrie  Adelle  Drew Winona,  Mich. 

Anna  Isabel  Dugot Oberlin. 

Ella  Barker  Edgar Milan. 

Viola  Victoria  Excell Edinburgh. 

Etta  Fehl Marseilles, 

Anna  Jane  Ferris  Mifflinville. 

Mary  Fish Greenville,  Mich. 

Margaret  Fitzpatrick Columbiana. 

Mary  Fitzpatrick   Columbiana. 

Edith  Evelyn  Ford Dover. 

Mary  Frances  Forrest Woodstock,  111. 

Kate  Isabel  Fowler Bristol,  Wis. 

Hattie  Botsford  Franks Oberlin. 

Flora  Belle  Galbreath Newark. 

Lora  Belle  Gallup Niles,  Mich. 

Alice  May  Gardner Fulton,  IST.  Y. 

Julia  Caroline  Gillett    Wayne. 

Cora  Lillian  Gilman Belvidere,  111, 

Nellie  Glidden Prospect, 

Jessie  Blanche  Goddard Elk  Eapids,  Mich. 

Emma  Lurancy  Grimes Reno,  Pa. 

Helen  Louise  Grimes Mansfield . 

Jennie  M.  Grimm Wenona,  111. 

Minnie  Croly  Grover Romeo,  Mich, 

Mary  Eliza  Guinell Oberlin. 

Lulu  Emma  Guipe Kirksville,  Mo. 

Harriet  Adeline  Hale Faribault,  Minn. 

Florence  Elizabeth  Hall Homestead,  Mich. 

Grace  Greenwood  Hamilton .Clarksburg,  Ind. 

Harriet  Lucia  Hard Oberlin. 

Lizzie  Ann  Harrington Erie,  Pa. 

Bessie  Ann  Harriman Bedford. 

Ida  Alice  Harris Jackson,  Mich. 


OBERLIX  COLLEGE.  39 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Jennie  Hakrold Mt.  Eaton. 

Florence  Ann  Harvey Oberliii. 

Georgietta  Harvey Oberlin. 

Elizabeth  Anna  Hawkins Roekport. 

Alice  Mary  Heald Canton,  IH. 

Lettie  Ann  Heberling  Mt.  Pleasant. 

Mary  Heller Marion. 

Flora  Hoyt  Henry Oberlin. 

Virginia  Henry Oberlin. 

Mary  Mlnerly  Hill  Upper  Sandusky. 

Rosalie  Barbara  Hille Bath,  N.  Y. 

LiLLiE  Ann  Hollister Bristol,  Conn. 

Fannie  Amelia  Hosley Pittsfield. 

Lottie  Belle  Hostlander Ridgeville. 

Mary  Imogene  Houghton Wellington. 

Alma  Agnes  Hover Lima. 

Lillian  Hudson Ligonier,  liid. 

Sarah  Louisa  Hudson Oberlin. 

Alice  Adelia  Huff Iowa  City,  Iowa. 

Emma  J.  Hunt Kendallville,  Ind. 

Carrie  Albee  Hyde Geneva. 

Pauline  Icenhour Columbiana. 

Ella  Flora  Jackson Ilicksville. 

Jennie  Jeffersou Hudson,  Wis. 

Anna  Merriam  Johnson Burton. 

H ATTiE  Hermia  Johnson iL-mstield. 

Carrie  Leila  Jones Wabaunsee,  Kan. 

Josephine  A .  Kennel  Trenton^ 

LiNA  KiNsiNGER Oberlin. 

Minnie  Kinsinger Oberlin. 

Jennie  Koch  Oberlin. 

Evelyn  Buckinghaji  Lewis  . .    Newark, 

Flora  Anne  Lindsley Jefferson. 

Helen  Franceioa  Loveland Oberlin. 

Hattie  Spooner  Lyon Salem. 

Elizabeth  Sabina  McKinney  Binghamton,  N.  Y. 

Mary  McKinnis Findlay. 

Mary  Ella  Manley Oberlin. 


40  OBERLIX  COLLEGE. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Ella  Marsh Larue. 

Marion  Emily  Marsh Bristol,  Wis. 

Agnes  Marshall Sandusky. 

Amelia  Thorp  Martin Oberlin. 

Catherine  M.  Massey Sandusky. 

Rebecca  Massey Oberlin. 

Alice  Edwards  Mead   ...  Oberlin. 

Amna  Lavinnie  Merriam lona,  Mich. 

Estella  Metcalf Oberlin. 

Elizabeth  Adelaide  Miller Newark,  N.  J. 

Ida  Louisa  Miller Grant  City,  Iowa. 

Carrie  Anna  Munson Oberlin. 

Cora  May  Nichols Faribault,  Minn. 

Mary  Charlotte  Otis Hicksville. 

Addie  Luella  Packard Chicago,  111. 

Emma  Louisa  Palmer Fostoria. 

Mary  Frisbie  Parish Oberlin. 

May  Garfield  Parks Oberlin . 

Alice  Adell  Pennell Buchanan,  Mich. 

Ellen  May  Pelton Cleveland. 

Emma  Florence  Peterson Oberlin. 

Ella  Radcliffe Clarksville,  Tenn. 

Florence  Reese Oberlin. 

Mary  Lucinda  Regal Oberlin. 

Clara  Lillius  Rice- Warren. 

Lucy  Louise  Robbins La  Granae. 

Helen  Eliza  Rood Oberlin. 

»Clara  Rose Dover. 

Mannie  D.  Royer Brimfleld, 

Alice  May  Sargent Upper  Sandusky. 

Emma  Wood  Schermerhorn Hud.son,  Mich. 

Clara  Ethel  Schilling Salem . 

Abbie  Jane  Schrock Newcastle,  Ind. 

Laura  Scott Council  Bluffs,  Iowa. 

Flora  Irene  Severance  Bellevue. 

Orphelia  Sheldon Avon. 

Belle  Simms Kenton. 

Anna  Metcalf  Smith Mansfield. 


OBERLIX  COLLEGE. 


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NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Xellie  Marion  Smith Ypsilanti,  Mich. 

Amanda  Jennie  Snow Brecksville. 

Fannie  Electa  Snow Brecksville. 

Jane  Snyder Oberlin. 

Julia  Spaulding Oberlin. 

Maggie  Steely Anna. 

Alice  Amanda  Stone Oberlin. 

Mary  Osband  Swift Lansing,  Mich. 

Mary  Louisa  Todd Tabor,  Iowa. 

Ida  Jane  Tomlinson William's  Centre. 

LiLLiE  Gertrude  Towslee Lodi. 

Kittie  Trask Jamestown,  X.  Y. 

Fannie  June  Turner Faribault,  Minn. 

Rose  Bonheur  Tuttle Berlin  Heights. 

Grace  Loomis  Upson Oberlin. 

Louise  Evaline  Upson Oberlin. 

Anna  Maria  Vetter Pawnee  Roclv,  Kan. 

Carrie  Elizabeth  Watkins ^lorgaii. 

Minnie  Ada  Wells Ol^erlin. 

Ada  Clementlne  Wilklss Maiden,  Mass. 

Panola  Adell  Willcutt Oberlin. 

Hattie  Celestine  Williams Oberlin. 

Lizzie  Jane  Williamson Fostoria. 

Mollis  Wittenberg Little  Rock,  Ark. 

Carrie  Electa  Wright Oberlin. 

Mary  Anna  Wright Painesville. 

Myra  Rebecca  Wright Oberlin. 

Phebe  Elizabeth  Wright Port  Clinton. 

Ladies  ------  185. 


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I.       DEPARTMENT    OP    THEOLOGY. 

Resident  Graduate 1 

Seniors 8 

Middles 17 

Juniors 24 


II.       DEPARTMENT    OF    PHILOSOPHY    AND    THE    ARTS. 

1.     CLASSICAL  AND  SCIENTIFIC  COURSE. 

Seniors 29 

Juniors  34 

Sophomores 41  Gentlemen 128 

Freshmen 57  Ladies 33 


2.     LITERARY  COURSE. 

Fourth  Year 21 

Third  Year 3.') 

Second  Year 35  Gentlemen 1 

First  Year 34  Ladies 1?4 


3.     IN  SELECT  STUDIES. 

Gentlemen 15 

Ladies 15 


III.       DEPARTMENT    OF    PREPARATORY    INSTRUCTION. 

1.     CLASSICAL  SCHOOL. 

Seniors 74  « 

Middles 77  Gentlemen 202 

Juniors 57  Ladies K 


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Gentlemen 138 

Ladles 152 

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IV.       CONSERVATORY    OF    MUSIC. 

Gentlemen 47 

Ladies 185 

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Whole  Number  of  Ladies 457 


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OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

1879-80. 


i 


CATALOGUE 


OF   THE 


OFFICERS  AND  STUDENTS 


OF 


Oberlin  College, 


FOE    THE 


college  year 


1879-80. 


OBERLIN,  O.: 

mattison's  steaji  printing  house. 

1879. 


BOARD  OF  TRUSTEES. 

Rev.  JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD, 

President. 

TERM   EXPIRES  1880. 

Rev.  SAMUEL  WOLCOTT 

.-.Cleveland. 

A.  B.   NETTLETON 

Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Rev.  WOLCOTT  B.  WILLIAMS 

__ -Charlotte,  Mich. 

SETH  H.  SHELDON 

._ -Cleveland. 

TERM   EXPIRES  18S1. 

J.  G.  W.  COAVLES 

Cleveland. 

GEORGE  B.  DELAMATER 

Meadville,  Pa. 

WILLIAM  SUMNER  _ 

Cincinnati. 

T.  L.  NELSON 

___Elyria. 

TERM   EXPIRES  1882. 

Hon.  JAMES  MONROE ..     __       _ 

.     Oberlin. 

J.  E.  INGERSOLL 

__ -Cleveland. 

Hon.  J.  D.  COX 

.--Toledo. 

DAN  P.  EELLS 

._ -Cleveland. 

TERM   EXPIRES  1883. 

E.  J.  GOODRICH 

.--Oberlin. 

F.  C.  SESSIONS 

Columbus. 

L.  C.  WARNER,  M.D 

.--New  York. 

ISAAC  STONE, 

._ -Northampton,  Mass. 

TERM  EXPIRES  1884. 

Rev.  MICHAEL  E.  STRIEBY 

.--Newark,  N.  J. 

URIAH  THOMPSON 

.--Oberlin. 

Rev.  henry  COWLES 

.--Oberlin. 

Rev.  WILLIAM  B.  BROWN ^ 

.—Newark,  N.  J. 

PRUDENTIAL  COMMITTEE. 


Pres.  J.  H.  FAIRCHILD. 

eev.  henry  COWLES. 

URIAH  THOMPSON. 


Prof.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS. 
E.  J.  GOODRICH. 
J.  B.  T.  MARSH. 


Prof.  G.  W.  SHURTLEFF. 


J.  B.  T.  MARSH,  Secretary  and  Treasurer. 


Rev.  G.  p.  KIMBALL,  Financial  Secretary. 


LADIES'  BOARD  OF  MANAGERS. 


Mrs.  a.  a.  F.  JOHNSTON. 
Mrs.  REBECCA  FINNEY. 
Mrs.  :MINERVA  E.  ELLIS. 
Mrs.  ELIZABETH  S.  MEAD. 


MR.S.  J.  AUGUSTA  SMITH. 
Mrs.  MARY  B.  SHURTLEFF. 
Mrs.  HELEN  M.  RICE. 
Mrs.  M.  J.  P.  HATCH. 


I 


FACULTY. 


Rev.  JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President, 

PROFESSOR  OF  THEOLOGY  AND  MORAL   PHILOSOPHY. 
AVERY   PROFESSORSHIP. 

Rev.  JOHN  MORGAN, 

PROFESSOR  OF   NEW  TESTAMENT   LITERATURE  AND   BIBLICAL  THEOLOGY. 

JAMES  DASCOMB,  M.  D., 

EMERITUS  PROFESSOR  OF  CHEMLSTRY,    BOTANY   AND   PHYSIOLOGY. 

Rev.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS, 

PROFESSOR  OF  MENTAL  PHILOSOPHY  AND   RHETORIC. 


Rev.  CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL, 

PROFESSOR  OF  MATHEMATICS  AND   NATURAL  PHILOSOPHY. 


<    Rev.  JUDSON  SMITH, 


PROFESSOR  OF  CHURCH  HISTORY  AND   POSITIVE  INSTITUTIONS,  AND  LECTURER 

ON   MODERN   HISTORY. 


GILES  W.  SHURTLEFF,  A.  M., 

PROFESSOR   OF   THE   LATIN    LANGUAGE    AND   LITERATURE. 


Rev.  HIRAM  MEAD, 

PROFESSOR  OF  SACRED   RHETORIC  AND  PASTORAL  THEOLOGY. 


FENELON  B.  RICE, 

PROFESSOR  OP  MUSIC. 


Rev.  ELIJAH  P.  BARROWS, 

PROFESSOR  OF   OLD   TESTAMENT    LITERATURE   AND    BIBLICAL   THEOLOGY. 


ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT,  A.  M.,  Pii.  B., 

PROFESSOR   OF   GEOLOGY   AND    NATURAL   HISTORY. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


JAMES  K.  NEWTON,  A.  M., 

PROFESSOR   OF    THE   GERMAJf   AND    FRENCH    LANGUAGES   AND   LITERATURES. 
FREDRIKA  BREMER  HULL  rEOFESSORSHIP. 


GEORGE  H.  WHITE,  A.  M., 

PRINCIPAL    OF   THE    PREPARATORY    DEPARTMENT,    AND    PROFESSOR   OF 
ANCIENT   LANGUAGES. 


WILLIAM  K.  KEDZIE,  M.  S., 

PROFESSOR   OF   CHEMISTRY    AND   MINERALOGY. 


AVILLIAM  G.  BALLANTINE,  A.  M., 

PROFESSOR  OP   HEBREW  AND  THE  GREEK   OF  TIIEJNEW  TESTAMENT. 


Rev.  SAMUEL  H.  LEE, 

PROPESSOR  OF  POLITICAL  ECONOMY,   AND  FINANCIAL  SECRETARY. 


WILLIAM  G.  FROST,  A.  M., 

PROFESSOR  OF  THE  GREEK   LANGUAGE  AND  LITERATURE. 


Rev.  a.  HASTINGS  ROSS, 

SPECIAL  LECTURER  ON  CHURCH  POLITY. 


LYMAN  B.  HALL,  A.  M., 

TUTOR  IN  GREEK. 


HERBERT  D.  GOODENOUGH,  A.  B., 

TUTOR  IN   LATIN. 


HENRY  C.  KING,  A.  B., 

TUTOR   IN    LATIN. 


HENRY  L.  BATES,  A.  B. 

TEACHER  OF  GRAMMAR. 


FRANK  M.  DAVIS, 

INSTRUCTOR  IN   PIANO  AND  VIOLIN. 


WILLIAM:B.  CHAMBERLAIN,  A.  B., 

INSTRUCTOR  IN   VOCAL  MUSIC. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


SUMNER  SALTER, 

INSTRUCTOR  IN  PIANO-FORTE. 


URIAH  McKEE, 

INSTRUCTOR  IN   PENMANSHIP. 


Mrs.  a.  a.  F.  JOHNSTON,  A.  M., 

PRINCIPAL  OF  THE  LADIES'   DEPARTMENT,   AND  INSTRUCTOR  IN  HISTORY. 


Miss  MARGARET  E.  STRATTON, 

ASSISTANT  PRINCIPAL   OF  THE  LADIES'   DEPARTMENT. 


Miss  MARY  M.  WRIGHT,  A.  M., 

TUTOR  IN   MATHEMATICS. 

Miss  L.  CELESTIA   AVATTLES, 

INSTRUCTOR  IN   PIANO  AND  HARMONY. 

Mrs.  HELEN  M.  RICE, 

INSTRUCTOR  IN   VOCAL  MUSIC. 

Miss  ANNA  M.  WYETT, 

INSTRUCTOR  IN  PAINTING. 


Rev.  HENRY  MATSON, 

LIBRARIAN. 


FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 
JOHN  MORGAN  JUDSON  SMITH. 

HIRAM  MEAD.  ELIJAH  P.  BARROWS. 

AVILLIAM  G.  BALLANTINE. 


STUDENTS. 


SENIOR  CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Fkederic  Arthur  Churchill Oberlin 34  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  CoUege,  1877. 

LuciAx  Edmond  Danks Oberlin 11  West  Lorain  st. 

EiNiox  Craxogvab  Evans Norwood,  N.  Y 29  Council  Hall. 

Middlebury  CoUege,  1876. 

Ira  John  Manville Sparta 35^  North  Main  st. 

Hexry  Ferris  Markham Oberlin 3  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  CoUege,  1874. 

William  Otterbein  W.  PRixGLE__Fremont 19  Council  Hall. 

OberUn  College,  1876. 

AxGus  Archibald  EoBERTsox Halifax,  N.  S. 11  Council  Hall. 

Dartmouth  CuUege,  1877. 

Charles  Jacksox  Ryder Oberlin 33  North  Main  st. 

Oberlin  CoUege,  1875. 

BuRXETT  Theodore  Stafford Cleveland 16  Council  Hall. 

Hiram  CoUege,  1876. 


AViLLiAM  Biglow  Fisher Norwalk 30  West  College  st. 


8                                           OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

NAMES. 

KESIDENCES. 

ROOMS. 

James  Bkainebd  Stocking 

__Obeiiin 

3  Elm  St. 

George  Eeid  Tuttle 

.-Cleveland 

.-—23  East  College  st. 

Henry  Fay  Tyler 

.-Columbus 

14  South  Professor  St. 

Seniors 

13. 

— o 

MIDDLE  CLASS. 

• 

Iren^us  J.  Atwood 

--Oberlin 

—-50  West  College  st. 

Ripon  College,  1878. 

Joseph  Fletcher  Bacon 

.-Oberlin 

4  West  St. 

Oberlln  CoUege, 

Henry  Liberty  Bates :__ 

..Plymouth,  Neb. . 

.—25  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  CoUege,  1876. 

Chauncey  Marvin  Cady' 

.-Oberlin 

.—28  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1877. 

AVilliam  Benton  Chamberlain.. 

-Oberlin 

8  West  Lorain  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 

William  Edwards  Fay 

__  Springfield 

17  Council  Hall. 

Marietta  College,  1878. 

Marcus  Bell  Fuller 1__. 

.-Nelson 

.—30  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1878. 

Herbert  Delos  Goodenough 

.-Oberlin 

41  North  Main  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1877. 

William  Andrew  Hobbs 

.-Oberlin 

19  West  Lorain  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1876. 

Rupert  Preston  Hodge 

.-Janesville,  Wis.  . 

7  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  CoUege,  1874. 

John  Henry  Hull 

.-Oberlin 

16  South  Professor  st. 

Oberlin  College, 

Thomas  Andrews  Humphreys     . 

.-Delphos 

.—24  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College, 

Benjamin  Albert  Imes 

-Van  Wert,  Pa.  _. 

—-27  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1877. 

Charles  Sumner  Leeper 

— Monticello,  Ind. 

4  Council  Hall 

Oberlin  College, 

Charles  Beebe  Martin 

.-Oberlin 

.—21  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1876. 

Francis  Marion  Price 

.-Oberlin 

48  Groveland  st. 

0 BERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Marion  Daniel  Shutter Oberlin 47  East  College  st. 

Wooster  University,  1876. 

Martin  Lvther  Stimpson Xonvich,  Vt 20  Council  Hall. 

Dartmouth  College,  1878. 

"Wesley  Meyers  Stover Lisle,  111 31  AVest  College  St. 

Oberlin  College,  1878. 

Clement  James  Strang Lansing,  Mich. 9  Council  Hall. 

Michigan  Agricultural  College,  1878. 

Albert  Marion  Wheeler Shelby 23  Council  Hall. 

OberUn  College,  1878. 

William  Cullen  Wilcox Richfield 15  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1878. 


Charles  Naumann Naperville,  Ind 31  Council  Hall. 

Northwestern  College,  1872. 

Middles 23. 


JUNIOR  CLASS. 
George  Eugene  Albreciit Springfield 22  Council  Hall. 

Military  Academy,  Berlin,  Germany,  1873. 

Henry  Royce  Bass West  Randolph,  Vt.  20  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1879. 

Frederick  Van  Wie  Hoyt Saline,  Mich 2fi  Council  Hall. 

Olivet  College,  1879. 
Henry  Churchill  King Hillsdale,  Mich 32  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1879. 

Howard  Wiegner  Kriebel Hereford,  Pa. 8  Council  Hall. 

Kutztown  Normal  School,  1876. 

Clark  Chester  Otis Olivet,  Mich 2  Council  Hall. 

Olivet  College,  1879. 

Arthur  Bradley  Peebles Mason,  Mich 10  Council  Hall. 

Michigan  Agricultural  College,  1877. 

Alford  Brown  Penniman Woodburn,  111 33  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1879. 
Charles  Daniel  Tenney Oberlin 31  Council  Hall. 

Dartmouth  College,  1878. 

Juniors 9- 


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CLASSICAL  AND  SCIENTIFIC  COURSE. 


FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 
JOHN  M  ELLIS.  ALBERT  A.  WRKiHT. 

CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL.  JAMES  K.  NEWTON. 

JUDSON  SMITH.  WILLIAM  K.  KEDZIE. 

CtILES  W.  SHURTLEFF.  SAMUEL  H.  LEE. 

WILLIAM  G.  FROST. 


STUDENTS. 


SENIOR  CLASS. 

KAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Leander  Jefferson  Aldrich C'onklingville,  X.  Y.  19  West  Lorain  st. 

David  Edwin  Barney La  Porte,  Ind 3  Elm  st. 

Watson  Elliott  Boise Bellevue 3  Elm  st. 

Samuel  Gordon  Burkhead Potterville,  Mich 19  W^est  Lorain  st. 

Harvey  W^ilson  Compton Coshocton 6  West  Lorain  st. 

Darius  Lyman  Edwards Cberlin 53  East  Lorain  st. 

Clarence  Ross  Gale Jamestown,  N.  Y.  __      First  Church. 

William  McLean  Graham Oshkosh,  Wis 4  South  Professor  st. 

By'ron  Bement  Harrison La  Grange 60  West  College  st. 

David  Alexander  Hay'lor _Oberlin 7  East  Lorain  st. 

William  Kaiser Gnadenhiitten 37  North  Main  st. 

Frank  Morris  Lillie WlUoughby 39  South  Main  st. 

Oramel  WILLIAM  Lucas Canon  City,  Col 45  West  College  st. 

Arthur  William  Lyon Wauseon 16  South  Professor  st. 

Oscar  Homer  McConoucjhey Oberlin 32  West  College  st. 

Edward  Blanchard  Patterson  __Elyria 16  West  Lorain  st. 

Arthur  Powell W^orthinglon 51  W^est  College  st. 


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XAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOJJS. 

Dewitt  Nathan  Rosecrans Oberlin 6  College  Place. 

Jacob  Albright  Shawax Urbana 8  Forest  .st. 

Samuel  Reyxold.s  Sixger Zanesville f?3  East  Collojre  st. 

Maurice  Melville  Warxer Plainfield,  111 l<)  West  Lorain  st. 

Fraxces  Eatox  Aldex Rockland,  Me 7  Forest  st. 

Ella  Maria  Bailey Russia 42  North  Main  st. 

Ida  Beagle Blissfield,  Mich 19  South  Professor  st. 

Lydia  Virgixia  Coxe Paines^dlle Ladies'  Hall. 

Eva  Lilliax  Hutchixgs Oberlin 7  Morgan  st. 

Susy  Kexd all Cavendish,  Yt 2  North  Professor  st. 

Nettie  Luaxxa  Muxsox Oberlin 12  North  Professor  st. 

Emma  Youxglove Rochester,  Minn 34  East  College  st. 

Seniors 29. 


JUNIOR   CLASS 

Elmer  Delazox  Bostwick Edinburg 27  West  College  st. 

JoHx  Charles  Bucklix Grand  Rapids 13  East  Lorain  st. 

Edward  Paysox  Churchill Oberlin 26  AVe.st  College  st. 

Charles  Elmer  Clark Oberlin 7  P^ast  Mill  st. 

Alfred  Ely  Coltox Hudson,  Mich. 24  Tappan  Hall. 

JoHX  William  Cunxick Mineral  Ridge 23  West  College  .st. 

Willis  Fraxklix  Day Oberlin 20  North  ^lain  st. 

JoHX  SuMXER  Edmuxds Oberlin 45  North  Professor  st. 

David  Edgar  Frexch Oberlin 18  North  Professor  st. 

Frederic  Yale  Gastox Clayton,  Mich 34  West  College  st. 

Edward  Thompsox  Harper Port  Byron,  111 ol  West  College  st. 

Charles  De  Armoxd  Harrison.- _Granville,  111. 13  East  Lorain  st. 

AViLLiAM  Owex  Joxes Rich\'ille,  N.  Y 82  Tappan  Hall. 

Robert  Scott  Lixdsay Andover,  Mass Society  Hall. 

Daniel  Magnus Oberlin 33  Tappan  Hall. 

Charles  Edward  Morse Oberlin 21  East  College  st. 

Charles  Edwin  Newberry Rochester,  Mich 14North  Professorst. 

George  Lewis  Nichols Oberlin 13  East  Lorain  st. 


12  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Edwakd  Wateroi-sPeck Oberlin 8  AYest  Lorain  st. 

AV ALTER  Scott  Perry Pulaski,  N.  Y 4  South  Professor  st. 

Horace  Greeley  Redixgtox Amherst 24  Elm  st. 

Eddy  Herbert  Spoor Dowagiac,  Mich 24  Elm  st. 

Sidney  Dix  Strong Seville 13  East  Lorain  st. 

Archibald  Eugene  Thomson Medina 22  West  Lorain  st. 

William  James  Turner Seville 82  Tappan  Hall. 

AVilliam  Jay  Vickery Evansville,  Ind, 11  South  Professor  st. 

Ernest  Nathan  AVarden Oberlin West  Lorain  st. 

Francis  Timothy  AVaters Lenox 60  Tappan  Hall. 


Eva  Josephine  Ceas Oberlin 11  South  Professor  st. 

Olive  Chatfield Oberlin o  AA^est  st. 

Harriet  Eliza  Ccshman Mattoon,  111. 25  North  Prof essor  st. 

Lina  Lee  Frayer Carson 25  North  Professor  st. 

Lelia  E.  Johnson Oberlin 25  North  Professor  st. 

Elizabeth  Adams  Nichols Oberlin 13  East  Lorain  st. 

Abbie  Krum  Tuttle AVest  Andover 32  East  College  st. 

Juniors 35. 


SOPHOMORE  CLASS. 

Newton  AVhitmarsh  Bates East  Cleveland 58  Tappan  Hall. 

JosiAH  Harlow  Bellows AVeepingAVater,Neb.       Park  House. 

Julius  Jacob  Bliss Bainbridge 36  West  Lorain  st. 

Dan  Freeman  Bradley Bangkok,  Siam 18  AVest  College  st. 

Arthur  AVilliam  Burt Oberlin College  Chapel. 

Harry  Cake Fostoria 23  Tappan  Hall. 

Charles  Henry  Clague Dover 17  AVest  College  st. 

AA^iLLiAM  Hamilton  Cowles Oberlin 69  North  Main  st. 

Paul  Drennan  Cravath Nashville,  Tenn 7  South  Professor  st. 

John  Blair  Doland AA'ellington 2  Elm  st. 

Charles  Henry  Dye Fort  Madison,  Ia.__  .18  North  Pleasant  st. 

Philip  Cady  Hayden Hempstead,  N.  Y.  __34  North  Professor  st. 

James  Monroe  Henderson Evansville,  Ind 3  East  College  st. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  13 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Fkank  Howe  Hill Elyria .35  North  Professor  st. 

Homer  Milton  Hill Senecaville 14  West  Lorain  st. 

Oliver  Earl  Hotchkiss South  Kirtland 14  North  Professor  st. 

Warren  Henderson  Houston Denmark,  la 11  East  Lorain  st. 

John  Chas.  Fremont  Jackson Oberlin 7o  North  Main  .st. 

Charles  Albert  Judson  __. BerUu  Heights 13  South  Pleasant  st. 

Charles  Craig  Levan Shelbyville,  Mo 37  North  Main  st. 

Elmer  Wales  Matter Brodhead,  Wis 7  South  Professor  st. 

Alfred  McCaskey Sulphur  Springs 18  North  Professor  st. 

Joseph  Cephas  Mebane Mebanesville,  N.  C._39  North  Main  st. 

Frederic  Myron  Mitchell Peru 23  Elm  st. 

Jamin  Seth  Morse Brownhelm Vi\  West  College  st. 

William  Hathaway  Pound Tij^ton,  la. 7  South  Professor  st. 

Lewis  Humphrey  Pounds Oberlin 26  East  College  st. 

J.  T.  Ramsdell Oberlin 35  West  College  st. 

George  Bartley  Reid Monaghan,  Ireland  .32  Tappan  Hall. 

Charles  Stephen  Roe Rochester,  N.  Y 7  South  Professor  st. 

Lewis  Rogers  Scott Wakeman 13  South  Pleasant  st. 

Arthur  Leon  Shumway Cleveland 24  Tapi)an  Hall. 

Moses  Fleetwood  Walker Oberlin 12  North  I\hun  .st. 

Norman  Porter  Willard Plainview,  Minn College  Chapel. 

Alfred  Augustus  Wood West  Bend,  Wis 19  East  College  st. 

Alfred  Eugene  Woodruff Franklin,  N.  Y 23  North  Professor  st. 

George  Zimmerman Frederick,  Md. 40  West  College  st. 


Alice  Estelle  Burt Oberlin 92  East  Lorain  st. 

SiNA  Emilia  Burt Akron 11  Elm  st. 

Alice  Minerva  Cowles Oberlin 69  North  Main  st. 

Eva  Lucinda  Emery Prophetstown,  111.  _     2  North  Profes.sorst- 

Josephine  Laura  Fish Berlin  Heights Ladies'  Hall. 

Mary  Hubbell Mt.  Vernon Ladies'  Hall. 

Lucy  Adelaide  Hutchings Oberlin 7  Morgan  st. 

Minnie  Eliza  Maltby Oberlin 48  West  College  st. 

Sophomores 45- 


14                                           0 BERLIN  COLLEGE. 

FRESHMAN  CLASS. 

XAMES. 

RESIDENCES. 

ROOMS. 

Samuel  Pettit  Alexander 

_  _  _  Marblehead 

_-  8  Elm  St. 

Frank  George  Alger 

._ -.Manchester,  N.  H. 

_-.50  Tappan  Hall. 

Hubert  Wilbur  Bessey 

_-Oberlin 

_-80  North  Pleasant  st. 

Angelo  Eandolph  Bonney 

-__Orland,  Ind 

--35  West  Lorain  st. 

Edward' Increase  Bosworth  __. 

.__Elgm,  111 

--  2  Elm  St. 

Herbert  Wendell  Boyd 

Aniesbury,  Mass. 

--51  Tappan  Hall. 
--51  Tappan  Hall. 

Willard  Parsons  Boyd 

. Amesbury,  Mass.  _ 

Harry  Clyde  Brooks 

.__Oberlin 

--60  North  iSIain  st. 

Charles  De  Wolf  Brower 

.__Bloomfield,  N.  J.  _ 

_  -  3  South  Professor  st. 

Dalzell  Adelbert  Bunker  .j_. 

.__Colebrook 

-78  East  College  st. 

Herbert  Martin  Camp 

.  _  _  Painesville 

-36  West  College  st. 

Clarence  Henry  Carson 

-__Woodburn,  111 

-20  West  Lorain  st. 

Henry  Northup  Castle 

._ -Honolulu,  S.  I. 

-34  West  College  st. 

Cyrus  Alonzo  Clark 

___Union,  111. 

--31  East  College  st. 

Charles  Mason  Cook 

..._Elton,  N.Y 

.--New  Loudon 

.-10  Elm  St. 

—11  Groveland  st. 

Arthur  Stanley  Coutant 

Ira  Oliver  Curtiss 

.--Marengo,  111 

-36  North  Main  st. 

James  William  Dow 

Cortland 

-  20  South  Professor  st. 

Lafayette  Asael  Edwards 

.--Oberlin 

--53  East  Lorain  st. 

James  Thome  Fairchild 

.--Oberlin 

__  8  South  Professor  st. 

Claudius  Buchanan  Irench 

--Oberlin 

.-18  North  Professor  St. 

James  Henry  Garnett 

.     Milledgeville,  Ga. 

-  34  Tappan  Hall. 

Charles  Dudley  Green 

-Maiden,  111 

-83  Tappan  Hall. 

Charles  Willard  Hayes 

--Hanover 

.-16  Forest  st. 

Melvin  Elisha  Hedding 

..Port  Henry,  N.  Y.. 

-73  North  Main  st. 

James  Howard  Holt 

--Marysville 

.  -  4  East  Lorain  st. 

Alfred  Henry  Howard 

--Oberlin 

.-77  Tappan  Hall. 

Amos  Morell  Kent 

--Genoa 

.-19  East  College  St. 

Evan  Mohr  Landis 

--Colebrookdale,  Pa.. 

.-52  Tappan  Hall. 

John  Leadingham,  Jr 

--Hammond,  N.  Y.-. 

-35  Tappan  Hall. 

Edward  Payson  Martin 

--Oberlin 

.-69  East  College  st. 

Benjamin  Oliver  McMichael__ 

--Ashley 

-34  West  College  st. 

George  Herbert  Mead 

--Oberlin 

-  9  Elm  St. 

William  Vernon  Metcalf 

.--Elyria 

.-18  North  Professor  St. 

AViLLiAM  Miller 

.--Vine  Ridge 

.-38  South  Main  st. 

Willis  EIlbert  Mollison 

-.Marysville,  Miss.  __ 

-35  North  Professor  st. 

1 

OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  15 


NAMES.  RESIDENXES.  ROOMS. 

William  Maxwell  Moxroe Oberlin 8  College  Place. 

JiLiAx  Coats  Moore South  Toledo 6  College  Place. 

Charles  Howard  North Oberlin 36  West  College  .st. 

Clark  Henry  Nye Concord 36  West  College  st. 

Arthur  Thomas  Packard La  Porte,  Ind 6  West  Lorain  st. 

Fred  Everett  Pomeroy Oberlin 3  Elm  st. 

Charles  Walter  Purple Oberlin 36  North  Main  st. 

AzARiAH  Smith  Root Dalton,  Mass. 10  Forest  st. 

Charles  Homer  Searle Oberlin 78  East  College  st. 

WASHixciTOx  SiMMS GreenviUe,  Mich 37  North  Professor  st. 

Willard  Frank  Smith OberUn 14  Elm  st. 

George  Franklin  Solier Str>-ker 8  North  Pleasant  st. 

Alexander  Ormiston  Spence East  Cleveland 8  North  Pleasant  st. 

Frank  Warren  Streator Oberlin 49  East  College  st. 

Clarence  Franklin  Swift Oberlin Mr.  Swift's. 

TuLLY  McCrea  Talbot Westville 8  Forest  st. 

Richard  Jackson  Temple Vicksburg,  Miss. 51  Tappan  Hall. 

James  Allen  Thome Mattoon,  111. 9  College  Place. 

Merton  Edmond  Thompson OberUn 29  Elm  st. 

Samuel  Cooley  Tuthill ]Middletown,  N.  Y.__38  South  Main  st. 

John  Monroe  Whitman Chatham  Centre 17  West  Lorain  st. 

Herbert  Franklin  Wilbor Oberlin 50  West  College  st. 

George  Edward  Woodhull Marinette,  Mis 74  East  College  st. 

Alonzo  Dock  Woodworth Irwin  Station Cabinet  Hall. 

Carrie  Adelle  Ford Unionville Ladies'  Hall. 

Kate  Cordelia  Ford Cleveland 6  Elm  st. 

Cora  Emma  Gannett Wellington 36  West  College  st. 

Ella  Maria  Glenn Oberlin 43  North  Profe.^^sor  st. 

Addie  Belle  Hawes Litchfd  Corn'rs,Me.       Ladies'  ILill. 

Myra  Jane  Howes Mendota,  111 Ladies'  ILiU. 

Carrie  May  Kinney Sandusky Ladies'  Hall. 

Josephine  Frances  Krogman Boston,  Mass. Ladies'  Hall. 

Janet  Huntington  McKelvey Sandusky Ladies'  Hall. 

Mary  Lucinda  Regal Oberlin 18  Forest  st. 

Anna  Mayo  Rich Elyria Ladies'  Hall. 

Florence  Athalia  Sperry Rock  Creek Luiies'  Hall. 

Freshmen 72- 


1(]                                         0 BERLIN  COLLEGE. 

LITERARY  COURSE 

• 

FACUJ 

LTY. 

ILD,  President. 

JAMES  H.  FAIRCH 

JOHN  M.  ELLIS. 

GEORGE  H. 

WHITE. 

CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL. 

WILLIAM  K 

.  KEDZIE. 

JUDSON  SMITH. 

SAMUEL  H. 

LEE. 

ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT. 

MRS.  A.  A.  F 

JOHNSTON. 

JAMES  K.  NEWTON. 

MISS  MARY 

.NTS. 
YEAR. 

M.  WRIGHT. 

STUDE 

FOURTH 

NAMES. 

'' 

RESIDENCES. 

Eva  Arabella  Beebe 

Oberlin. 

Flora  Bell  Carpenter 

Oberlin. 

Nettie  Cassell 

Davton. 

Ida  Belle  Clary 

Northfield,  Minn. 

Julia  Anna  Evans 

Oberlin. 

Louise  Raney  Frost 

Oberlin. 

Clara  Elizabeth  Harrison 

.___  Granville,  111. 

Addie  Whipple  Heald 

Canton,  111. 

Ella  May  Johnston 

__  Allegan,  Mich. 

Helen  Maria  Loomis 

Oberlin. 

Frances  Frederica  Munson 

Oberlin. 

Mary  Louisa  Patterson 

Flint,  Mich. 

Ella  Mabel  Searle 

__Portville,  N.  Y. 

Anna  Lovina  Wallace 

Oberlin. 

Stella  Susan  Wright 

Oberlin. 

Jennie  Matilda  Wyeth 

New  Way. 

Fourth  Year 

i6. 

OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  17 


THIRD  YEAR. 

NAMES.  hi:siiii;n<  KS. 

AuHY  Jane  Adams Boston,  Mass. 

Jessie  Laura  Bacon Obt'i-liii. 

Mary  Alice  Beach Ku<Mes 

Mary  Henrietta  Bohn AVarrensvilk-. 

Mary  Josephine  Briggs Elvria. 

Martha  Louise  Clark Cleveland. 

Eugenie  Cushing Huron. 

Cora  8arah  Ewing Ellington,  N.  Y. 

Myra  Celia  Fellows Oberlin. 

JuiiiA  Brainerd  Hall Oberlin. 

Emily  Brooks  Hall Oberlin. 

Nellie  Elmina  Hawley Mankato,  ^liini. 

Anna  Louise  Hine Paincsvillc. 

Louise  D.  F.  Hogue t)l)erlin. 

Emma  Frances  Jenkins Oberlin. 

Jessie  M.  Leonard Oberlin. 

Margaret  Winthrop  Letch Ryegate,  \t. 

Emma  Clarissa  Linsley Oalion. 

Emily  Letitia  McCormick Cincinnati. 

A(;nes  Leonora  Noble La  (irange. 

.Adelaide  Luella  Packard La  Porte,  Ind. 

Ella  Elizabeth  Post Belh'ville. 

Jessie  Fidelia  Pounds Oberlin. 

Ella  Roe Ma<lis(in. 

Ella  Wilson ' Louisville,  Ky. 

Nellie  May  "Worcester (Hx-riin. 

Third  Year 26. 


SECOND  YEAR. 

Mary  Lovina  Atwood Waupuu,  Wis. 

Julia  Bacon Oberlin. 

Kate  B.vum New  Philadelphia. 

Jri.iA  Stone  Browning Hclpre. 


18  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Makv  Belle  Carletox Angola,  Ind. 

Gertbude  Cassell Mt.  Vernon. 

Fraxces  Melvin  Clark Mt.  Vernon. 

Emma  Clisbee Oberlin. 

Mary  Caroline  Creegan Wakeman. 

Hattie  Curtis Vermontville,  Mich. 

Ida  Luranna  Field Oberlin. 

Agnes  Celicia  Goss Oberlin. 

Lizzie  Sarah  Gurney Chester  Cross  Roads. 

Florence  Elizabeth  Hall Hudson,  Wis. 

Mary  Cornelia  Johnson Oberlin. 

Maky  Lena  LaMoure Oberlin. 

Helen  Henrietta  Lord Ravenna. 

Carrie  Matilda  Pelton Oberlin. 

Mary  Evelyn  Percival Portville,  N.  Y. 

Sophia  Adelphia  Smith Middlefield,  Mass. 

Flora  Diantha  Tay'lor Claridon. 

Eliza  Jane  Trumble East  Townsend. 

Florence  Helen  Tyler Warren. 

Nellie  Elvira  Watterson Cleveland. 

]\L\rgaret  Diantha  Wells Claridon. 

Agnes  White Willoughby. 

Anna  Mary  Wickes West  Charlotte,  Vt. 

Belle  Ruth  Willey Spencer. 

Cora  B.  Younc; Monroeville. 

Second  Year 29. 


FIRST  YEAR. 

Orielle  E.  Burgner Fremont. 

Celia  Owen  Clemans North  Dover. 

Clara  Ida  Cooley Farmington,  Iowa. 

Adelle  Virginia  Crandall Portville,  N.  Y. 

Ella  Elizabeth  Crim Gallon. 

Mary  Frances  Forrest , AYoodstock,  111. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  19 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Kate  Isabel  Fowler Kenosha,  Wis. 

Mary  Louise  Gardner Cha<rriii  Falls. 

Maggie  Helen  Giddings Oberlin. 

Helen  Louise  Grimes Mansfield. 

S.  Emily  Hall Homestead,  Mich. 

Jane  Hayford Oberlin. 

IvA  Nora  Haynes Grass  Lake,  Mieh. 

LiLLiE  Belle  Haynes Poland. 

Mary  Imogene  Houghton Oberlin. 

Lillian  Hudson . Li.L'onicr,  Ind. 

Charlotte  Mary'  Kimball Maywood,  111. 

Minnie  Louise  Kimball Maywood,  111. 

Lucy  Langdon Oberlin. 

Ginevra  Jane  Lord _Ravenna. 

Marion  Emily  Marsh Bristol,  Wis. 

Edna  Mason Oberlin. 

Mary  Mathis Yorktown,  111. 

Estella  Metcalf <  >lH'rIin. 

Matilda  Rebecca  Miller \"\\\v  Kid<re. 

Nannie  Keith  Miller Oberlin. 

Anna  Eliza  Nettleton Oberlin. 

Annette  Olive  Newberry Rochester,  Mich. 

Emma  Louise  Palmer Fostoria. 

Amanda  Jane  Otis Hicksville. 

Ella  Palmer Delaware  Bend. 

Mary  Emma  Pomeroy Klyria. 

Laura  Elvira  Smith Ypsilanti,  ^lidi. 

Cora  Maria  Squire oh.rlin. 

Zerry  Strong Akron,  Ind. 

Jennie  Thomas Brinilield. 

Olivia  Annette  Thomas hostoria. 

Edna  Thompson Frbana. 

AnxNa  Maria  Vetter Pawnee  Rock,  Kan. 

Hattie  Celestine  Williams OU-rlui. 

First  Year 4°- 


20  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


IN  SELECT  STUDIES. 

NAMKS.  RESIDENCES. 

Fayette  Oilman  Appleton Oberlin. 

Llewellyn  James  Beynon La  Crosse,  Mich. 

Alfred  Lane  Crawford Newcastle,  Pa. 

Charles  Augustus  Mack Gilead,  Conn. 

Harlan  Page Jamaica  Plain,  Mass. 

John  Wakely  Patchin Oberlin. 

James  Nelson  Upham Paw  Paw,  Mich. 

Ella  Jane  Ball Buffalo,  N.  Y. 

Jennie  Florence  Bowen Savannah,  111. 

Lizzie  Missouri  Bowers Akron. 

Mattie  xImelia  Boyle Salem. 

Allie  Buff Terre  Haute,  Ind. 

Catherine  Case Milan. 

Lelia  E.  Clark Oberlin. 

Jennie  Finney' Milwaukee,  Wis. 

Alice  May  Gardner Fulton,  N.  Y. 

Mary  Eliza  Guinell Oberlin. 

F^LLA  Maria  Hammond La  Porte,  Ind. 

Harriet  Adella  Hitchcock North  East,  Pa. 

Clara  Emma  Howard Oberlin. 

Carrie  Lelia  Jones "Waubaunsee,  Kan. 

Kate  Morgan  Kuhn Salem. 

Mary  Clark  Mattocks Toledo. 

Annabelle  McNaughton Lake  Linden,  Mich. 

Pauline  Bernard  Monroe Akron. 

Sarah  Elizabeth  Reed Monticello,  111. 

Mannie  I).  Roy'er Brimfield. 

Emma  Julia  Safford Buffalo,  N.  Y. 

Clara  Ellen  Smith Warrensburg,  Mo. 

Florence  Elizabeth  Sperry' J* Sherman,  N.  Y. 

F:mma  H.  Stoll Homestead,  Mich. 

Catherine  Elizabeth  Sweeney Greenfield,  Mass. 

In  Select  Studies 32. 


pe^artwent  afl  ^re^estjaturg  llnatrMdion. 


CLASSICAL  SCHOOL. 


INSTRUCTORS. 


GEORGE  H.  WHITE,  Princifai.. 

MES.  A.  A.  F.  JOHNSTON. 
MISS  MARGARET  E.  STRATTON. 
LYMAN  B.  HALL.  MLSS  MARY  M.  WRIGH  T 

HERBERT  D.  GOODENOUGH.  HENRY  C.  KING. 

HENRY  L.  BATES. 

STUDENTS. 


SENIOR  CLASS. 

XAMES.  RESIDENCKS. 

Charles  Stafford  Ames Bucyrus. 

Caleb  Dickixsox  Arxer Salem. 

Daniel  Julian  Bates Avon. 

JoHX  B.  Bates Upper  Alton,  111. 

Samuel  Arthur  Baldwix 1 Pittsfield. 

Allex  Stewart  Barber Mt.  Vernon. 

RoDXEY  DuRELL  Bemis Oberlin. 

Fraxk  Augustus  Bunce Oberlin. 

Harl  Burkett Findlay. 

Edward  Benjamin  Burwell Mercer,  Pa. 

William  Mariox  Cake Fostoria. 

Charles  John  Cole Copopa. 

Paul  Burke  Coxaxt Rtivenna. 

OrvaLee  Cook I^exington. 

William  Platt  Darwin Washington,  D.  C. 

Leoxidas  Howard  Davis Kokomo,  In<l. 

Leman  Caxfield  Dextox Wakeman. 


22  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Geoege  Charles  Ehrhakt North  Amherf-t. 

Stephen  S.  Estey Calais,  Me. 

Frank  Calvin  Freeman Amherst. 

Baxter  Todd  French Granville,  111. 

Edward  Payson  Gale Jamestown,  N.  Y. 

Charles  Martin  Hall Oberlin. 

Luther  Donnell  Hajiilton Clarksburg,  Ind. 

Sydney  Marsh  Haskell North  Bloomfield. 

WiNFiELD  Pierce  Hatch Oberlin. 

Edward  L.  Hotchkiss Kirtland. 

Ernest  Howard Adrian,  Mich. 

Francis  Mills  Koons .  Sulphm*  Springs. 

Gerald  Stanley  Lee Oberlin. 

Fayette  Lemuel  Lilly Mendota,  111. 

Charles  William  Longren Wilcox,  Pa. 

Robert  Charles  Martin Cincinnati. 

James  Eli  McConnell Rock  Island,  111. 

Frank  B.  McDaniel Oberlin. 

Roderick  McLennan Elgin,  N.  Y. 

Henry  Clement  Morrison Milan. 

Arthur  Gilson  Morse Brownhelm. 

Alfred  Charles  Moysey Kelley's  Island. 

Alexander  Lawson  Patterson Savannah. 

Frederick  Chapman  Porter Painesville. 

Solon  Pierce  Powell Findlay. 

William  Thomas  Royce Lexington. 

Charles  Whitfield  Sanford Geneseo,  111. 

Oliver  Perry  Scovell Lewiston,  N.  Y. 

William  Charles  Shortle Pontiac,  111. 

Edwin  S.  Slater Aurelia,  la. 

Jonathan  Greene  Smith Ashkum,  111. 

Charles  Henry  Solier Stryker. 

James  Sullivan Victory  Mills,  N.  Y. 

Fred  Haynes  Swift Oberlin. 

Clarence  Augustus  Vincent Chagrin  Falls. 

Champion  James  Waring Post  Mills,  Vt. 

Thomas  Winfred  Waring Oberlin. 

Oliver  Sheldon  Wells Seville. 


0 BERLIN  COLLEGE.  23 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

May  Medora  Carroll Fostoria. 

Effie  Chapman Huntington. 

Mary  Eliza  Church New  York  City. 

Ida  Alexander  Gibbs , Obcrlin. 

Sarah  Luella  Miner Tougaloo,  Mis.s. 

Della  May  Thomas i  Ravi-nna. 

Etta  Leona  Thomas Ravenna. 

Seniors 62. 


MIDDLE  CLASS. 

James  William  Anthony Ottawa,  111. 

Louis  F.  Atwood Tallinadge. 

Selvy  Andrew  Bass West  Randolph,  Vt. 

Charles  Earnest  Baxter Bryan. 

Orion  Sumner  Belden Maiden,  111. 

Charles  Gilbert  Boise Bellevne. 

John  Robert  Bradley Sweet  Chalybeate  Springs,  \'a. 

William  Edwin  Bruce Wauseon. 

Albert  Bradford  Colwell Rushville,  111. 

Arthur  Eugene  Chamberlain Bedford. 

James  Glasswell  Clayton L Springfield. 

Ephraim  Bechtel  Clemmer Clayton,  Pa. 

John  Whitney  Connor Henniker,  X.  H. 

Horace  Malachi  Cooper Kokonio,  Ind. 

Charles  Erwin  Davis Dublin. 

Haralamby  Demetroff Oberlin. 

Edward  Payson  Dickenson Waterloo,  In<l. 

Alpheus  Lyman  Dickinson Riindall. 

Thomas  Jefferson  Eaton Oberlin. 

Gomer  Geraldis  Evans N.  Jackson. 

Harvey  Alphonzo  Fiester Newton  Falls. 

Vanton  Orlando  Foulk Greenville,  Pa. 

Thornton  Frasier Plainfield.  III. 


24  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Edwin  Pound  Gaedner Canandaigua,  N.  Y. 

Willis  James  Goodrich Hudson,  Mich. 

Lee  Weight  Halsey Bridgehampton,  N.  Y. 

Fred  Catlin  Hartshorn Pontiac,  111. 

Charles  Wesley  Haverson Winona,  Mich. 

Edward  Ajkin  Heald Canton,  111. 

Wick  Dennick  Heazelton Pittsburgh,  Pa. 

Howard  Thomas  Hicks Oberlin. 

William  Hanson  Hilton Monongahela  City,  Pa. 

Donald  Kedzie  Hitchcock Goshen,  Ind. 

John  Leonard  Hoffman Newton  Falls. 

Elmer  Ellsworth  Hollow  ay Burbank. 

Walter  Bradley  House Saugatuck,  Mich. 

Homer  Hosea  Johnson New  London. 

Melvin  Blake  Johnson Elyria. 

Morgan  Pelagius  Jones Wilksbarre,  Pa. 

Edwin  Young  Lacev Ravenna. 

Oliver  Alexander  McConnell Ligonier,  Ind. 

Frank  Elwood  McKellogg Oberlin. 

Ralph  Waldo  Munson__! Martin. 

Solomon  Johnson  Paine Nelson. 

Charles  Henry  Penniman Oakland,  Cal. 

Harvey  Woodruff  Prouty Painesville. 

Morrison  James  Reeder Sharon,  Pa. 

Everett  Spencer  Robinson Patchogue,  N.  Y. 

Frank  Theodore  Rogers New  York  City. 

John  Willis  Root Bissell's. 

SoLLis  Runnels Indianapolis,  Ind. 

Edmond  Dwight  Sackett L. New'  London. 

John  Miller  Sherman Wakeman. 

Alpheus  Melancthon  Spangler Edgerton. 

Edward  Henry  Spear Oberlin. 

Harry  Terrell Oberlin. 

Park  Terrell Oberlin. 

Frederick  F.  Thomas Rochester. 

George  Wells  Tyler Oberlin. 

Benjamin  Franklin  Wheeler Charlotte,  N.  C. 

Warner  Eli  Wheeler Oberlin. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


25 


NAMES.  RKSIDENCES. 

William  Warren  Woodruff Newtown,  Pa. 

Charles  Zimmerman Frederick.  Md. 

Anna  Seretta  Hilmard Elvria. 

Frances  Amelia  Reynolds Alburgh  Sprinj^,  Vt. 

Middles 65. 


JUNIOR  CLASS. 

George  Edward  Abbott Pittsfieid,  III. 

Henry  Edward  Asplin East  Kocki)ort. 

Charles  Henry  Atwater .('astalia. 

WiLLARD  Lorenzo  Bangs Chilnhvill*'.  N.  Y. 

Rodney  Barnes Oberlin. 

Obadiah  Frederick  Barnhart Barnhart's  Mills,  I'a. 

May  Landa  Bevis Harrison. 

Henry  Blair Edwardsville,  111. 

Eugene  Frank  Bradt Marcellus,  ^Vlich. 

Charles  Burket Findlay. 

Sylvester  Callahan Sauk  Center,  Minn. 

Frank  Albert  Carver Char<U)n. 

George  Henry  Chamberlain La  Grantre. 

LoREN  Prentiss  Chapman . Lake  Breeze. 

Lonnie  Weston  Chapman Like  Breeze. 

WiLKiE  AV.  Chapman Himtin^'ton. 

Samuel  Bradford  Chase West  Glover,  Vt. 

William  D.  Chenoweth I^mdon. 

Franklin  Joshua  Clark Me<lina. 

Amos  Brainerd  Cleverton Mulberry  Corners. 

George  Russell  Creiiore Ix)rain. 

Francis  Olin  Dailey Seville. 

James  Moore  Fanleroy  Foster Greencastle.  Pa. 

George  R.  Frisbie Ven-iia.  N.  Y. 

Peter  Joseph   Gerl.\cii Oberlin. 

Alvin  Theodore  Gurney Chenter  Cross  Koad.'*. 


26  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMKS.  KICSIDEKCES. 

PiEKCE  Benjamin  IIakkis Columbia,  S.  C. 

Ray  Benjamin  Hinckley' Lansing,  Mich. 

Ward  Beechek  Holloway' Akron. 

HuBBAKi)  McKee  Hoyt Four  Corners. 

C'harles  Fremont  Houghton Oberlin. 

Fuank  AV.  Hunter Pecatonica,  111. 

Walter  (TEOUdE  Hull Homer,  N.  Y. 

George  Emerson  King North  Ridge ville. 

Allen  Martin  Lambright Uhricksville. 

Charles  Sumner  Minnich Gratiot. 

Adolphus  Alexander  Moll Easton,  Conn. 

Frank  Edmond  Moore Chardon. 

Paul  Rali'h  Mueller Oberlin. 

Riciiakd  Eugene  Murtha Salt  River,  Mich. 

Jay  Odkll  Nelson Twinsburg. 

Hakvey  Benjamin  Nickerson Marengo,  111. 

Stephen  Henry  Nickerson Chippewa  Lake. 

Orange  Stephen  Palmer Rising  City,  Neb. 

Charles  Milton  Pierce _ .  Clarksfield. 

Georce  Lincoln  Platt Manhattan,  Kan. 

WiLLiA.M  John  Poyer Florence. 

Charles  Lyman  Prugh Gratis. 

Jay  Wells  Ransom Sandusky. 

Geohije  Washington  Rexford Norwood,  N.  Y. 

William  Nelson  Richardson Jackson,  Miss. 

Emory  Rikert Bull's  Head,  N.  Y. 

Thomas  Edward  Riley Elyria. 

Robert  Curtis  Rivers Oberlin. 

Francis  Jeffekson  Roberson  St.  Louis,  Mo. 

Wilton  Sawyer Mentor. 

Henry  Bedford  Shuart Cleveland. 

Fkki)  Dwight  Smith Florence, 

Albekt  Pike  Stockwell Aurora,  111, 

Fred  \"alerius  Stone ; Strongsville. 

\'utor  Perry  Swart Hinsdale,  N.  Y. 

Frank  Patter.son  Taylor Genoa. 

William  Lawrence  Tenney Oberlin. 

Charles  Fawcett  Teter Philippi,  W.  Va. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  KKSIDKNCKS. 

Archie  Tucker Louisiana,  Mo. 

Eugene  Staxberry  Upson Obcrlin. 

Charles  K.  Whitney Oltcrliii. 

Hudson  Elliott  Willard ('levi'land. 

Harlan  C'orilus  Woodford Mesopotamia. 

David  Thom.\s  Wy'att Mt.  Pleasant. 

Willoughby  Benjamin  Young Junction  City,  Kan. 

Juniors 71. 


28  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


ENGLISH  SCHOOL. 


INSTRUCTORS. 


GEORGE  H.  WHITE,  Principai,. 
MISS  MARY  M.  WRIGHT.  HENRY  L.  BATES. 


STUDENTS. 

GENTLEMEN. 

NAMKS.  RESIDENCE.S. 

James  Stephen  Allen Charlestown. 

LiBA  Thurston  Allen Tontogany. 

James  Augustus  Anderson Oberlin. 

Joseph  Baggs Bridgeport. 

Richard  Baker Clyde. 

Joseph  Bittinger  Ball Corfu,  N.  Y. 

Frank  H.  Barnard Moline,  111. 

Herbert  Jerome  Barnum Clarksfield. 

Harry  Nelson  Bartlett Oberlin. 

Oscar  Marion  Beach Buifalo,  N.  Y. 

Horace  Webster  Beacom Mitchell  Salt  Works. 

Thomas  E.  Bell Oberlin. 

CiNA  Albert  Bessey Amwell. 

Willis  Arthur  Bessey Oberlin. 

Charles  Edwin  Bloomek W^eaver's  Corners. 

Arthur  Leroy  Boies Kiptou. 

Jesse  Levi  Bright Columbus. 

Irving  John  Brooks New  Haven. 

Sanford  Frederick  Burger Ottawa,  N.  Y. 

Henry  Leslie  Burrell North  Ridgeville. 

John  Randolph  Carpenter Coe  Ridge. 

George  Henry  Carrier Rochester. 

Mitchell  Caskey Hartville. 

Charles  Fremont  Cass Iberia. 

George  Chandler Oberlin. 

Elmer  Jefp^erson  Chenoweth London. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  29 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Herman  Clausen Gypsum. 

George  William  Grouse Birminghani. 

Canarius  H.  Currier Henriett<i. 

William  Sanford  Curtis Oberlin. 

DocKEY  S.  Davis Coliiinlnis. 

P^LSON  David  Dye North  Katon. 

William  Ely Morrison,  111. 

William  Sloane  Fenn Nankin. 

Sydney  Freeman Oberlin. 

Horace  Edward  Gibbs Oberlin. 

Preston  Henry  Hall Charlotte,  N.  C. 

Charles  Benjamin  Helling Birmingham. 

Edward  Heusner South  Amherst. 

William  Alvah  Heusner Henrietta. 

Clarence  Augustus  Hine Painesville. 

Allison  L.  Hobart :. Nelson. 

RoLLiN  G.  HoLMAN Romco,  Mifh. 

Joun  Hopper AVauseon. 

Willie  Mykon  Horton Painesville. 

Clyde  Westerman  Hurst Harrisburg. 

William  Wilson  Huston Brimfiekl,  Inil. 

Andrew  Jackson I-^i  Porte. 

James  Mix  Johnston Chester  Cross  Roads. 

Dewoody  Reade  Jones Millbrae,  Cal. 

MiLo  Cornelius  Kendeigh Amherst. 

Fred  Tho.mas  Kenney Oberlin. 

Sylvester  Sylvan  Lacey Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Fr.ynk  Mercer  Langston AVashington,  D.  C. 

Frank  Leake North  Andierst. 

Clifton  B.  Lindsley Penfield. 

Watson  Baird  Lindsley Penlield. 

RuFUS  David  Loomis Rjivenna. 

Charles  August  Maurer Monroe,  Midi. 

George  Lyman  Maxfield Nelson. 

Charles  Everett  Mead Greenwich  Station. 

James  Addison  Mead Greenwich  Station. 

Walter  Henry  Meech North  Ridgeville. 

Fred  Myers Cleveland. 


30                                         OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

XAMKS. 

RESIDEKCES. 

George  B.  Palmer 

Oberlin. 

KoBERT  ChAN'EY  PaNNELTOX 

White  Oak,  Tex. 

Setii  William  Parker 

Mayfield. 

Milton  Parks  . 

Kirtland. 

William  P^dward  Patc-hin 

Oberlin. 

Alsox  Earle  PniLE 

(xenoa. 

George  Popoff 

Oberlin. 

Gharles  Hexry  Pries 

Arkwright,  X.  Y. 

Arthur  Joseph  Rice 

North  Amherst. 

Hiram  Whitney  Rk  iimond 

Liverpool . 

Frank  Root 

Bissell's. 

Frederick  Arthur  Rowley 

Oberlin. 

Geor(;e  Ellsworth  Savage 

_-  Chiirchville,  N.  Y. 

Edward  Steele  Sawy'er 

Mentor. 

Charles  Rench  Schnebly' 

Mt.  Vernon . 

Charles  Willard  Seiberling 

Akron. 

Henry'  Selkirk 

_Oberliii. 

Edward  Lafayette  Shepard 

Dundee,  111. 

Earl  Smith 

.^  Churchville,  X.  Y. 

William  Paister  Smith 

Tjondon. 

Frank  W^ebb  Snyder 

Salem. 

Frederick  Benjamin  Stem 

Spring  Hill,  Kan. 

Stanlow  B.  Stiles 

Greenwich. 

Vernon  Edmond  Stiles 

Clarkesfield. 

AViLLiAM  Ezra  Sturdevant 

Vermillion. 

Hiram  Adelbert  Tennant 

Kipton. 

Adrial  Clark  Thompson 

Oberlin 

Orrin  Harry  Thompson 

Hudson. 

John  Smith  Townshend 

Avon. 

Louis  Fosdick' Tuttle 

Oberlin. 

PjUgene  Belden  Welch 

Polk. 

Ashley'  Alonzo  Welsher 

Star,  la. 

Edgar  James  Whitaker 

Topeka,  Kan. 

John  Oscar  White 

Oberlin. 

Harry  AVoodruff 

Sheffield.             i 

Harsley  Wyman 

^  Three  Rivers,  Mich. 

lOO. 

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1 

Gentlemen 

OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  31 


LADIES. 

NAMES.  RESIDEK7ES. 

Emm.\  Belle  AI)AM^<. Hek'iia,  Mon. 

Lillian  A.  Allen Amherst. 

Mary  Andrews Kc.t'kpnrt. 

Mary  Augusta  Andrews Rofk]K)rt. 

Genevieve  Atkins Clark.stield. 

Inah  Eli.oy  a  very HcnrietUi. 

Irene  Avery Henrietta. 

Carrie  Etta  Baciitel New  Berlin. 

Elizabeth  Bassett Cleveland. 

Mary  Jane  Bates Upper  Alton,  111. 

Louise  Bazin Oberlin. 

Augusta  Clifton  Beli Henrietta. 

EuRA  Mitchell  Bell Henrietta. 

Maggie  Blaik Edwarclsville,  111. 

Alice  M.  Blakeslee Ithaca,  N.  Y. 

Anna  Bonak Mount  ^'eru(lu. 

May  Bonsok Oberlin. 

ZxLEMA  Bourgeois Hanville,  La. 

Elizabeth  Amelia  Bradford Port  Gibson,  Miss. 

Effie  Eldora  Brant i Hayesville. 

Edna  Florence  Brant Hayesville. 

Almeda  Chloe  Bronson Kipton 

Ida  Brown Milan. 

Carrie  Buck - Avon. 

Mary  Carmichaei Wheatland,  Mich. 

Frances  Clark Mechanicstown. 

Ruth  Clark Washington,  Pa. 

Leila  Edith  Clark Oberlin. 

Ida  Comstock Oberlin. 

Mary  A(;nes  Conley Middlebury,  Vt. 

Florence  Emma  Cook Fonr  Corners. 

Mary  Philena  Cook Champlain,  N.  Y. 

Flora  Helen  Cooper Kokomo,  ln<l. 

Grace  Evelyn  Crehoke Lorain. 

Ella  Crittenden Ruggles. 

Emma  Jane  Cunningham New  Lisbon. 


32  OBERLIN  COLLEGE, 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Minnie  Stoughton  Curtis ' Oberlin. 

Carrie  Elizabeth  Day Sheffield. 

LiLLiE  SorniA  Day Sheffield. 

Anna  Maria  De  Muth Tuscarawas. 

Isabel  Dixon Sandusky. 

Julia  Erb Royal  Oak,  Mich. 

Kate  Farrar London. 

Viletta  Gallup : Strongsville. 

Martha  Gold West  Cornwall,  Conn. 

Rebecca  A.  Gordon Waynesburg,  Pa. 

Mary  Jane  Green Oberlin. 

Jessie  Griffith Willoughby. 

Anna  Lavilla  Harris Berlin  Heights. 

Eva  Liona  Harris . Berlin  Heights. 

Bertha  D.  Haven Cleveland. 

Sarah  HiGGiNS Oberhn. 

Julia  Townsend  Hill Nevada,  Mo. 

Erie  \.  Hogg Reno,  Pa. 

Mellie  Holbrook ' Sullivan. 

Rose  Hoover Mason,  Mich. 

Helen  Hoppin South  Haven,  Mich. 

Emma  Jane  Hunt Kendall ville,  Ind. 

Alice  Gertrude  Hurlbut Elyria. 

Hattie  Hermia  Johnson Mansfield. 

Mollie  Beach  Johnson Beloit,  AVis. 

Jennie  M.  Kerr Gilman,  111. 

Jennie  Kinsey Tuscarawas. 

Asia  Kramer Pittsburgh,  Pa. 

Mary  Lane Blissfield,  Mich. 

Ciiristabel  Lee Oberlin. 

Emma  Lee Irwin. 

Hester  Maria  Leiper East  Liverpool. 

Emma  Lewis AVest  Mill  Creek,  Pa. 

Irene  Loomis Freedom  Station. 

Mary  Elizabeth  Lyon - Salem. 

Jennie  Maddock North  Ridge\Tille. 

Agnes  Marshall . Sandusky. 

Alice  Marshall Rochester. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


XAMKS.  RKSIDKNCI-y. 

Anna  Maky  Martin BlooinvilU'. 

Ida  E.  McClelland Blnoinvillc. 

Willie  Louise  McDougal St.  Louis.  Mo. 

Martha  Elwood  ^IcLexnan Salincvillt'. 

Clarabelle  Meech Riil-.'cvillc. 

Elizabeth  Etheringtox  Meek Wills  ('n(  k. 

Ada  Terrill  Mills Klvria. 

Eva  Sarah  Moon .\voii. 

Ellen  Morse Browniicini. 

May  B.  Moulton (MxTlin. 

Emilie  MrLLER ^  Ohcriii). 

Della  Anna  Nay Wakciiuni. 

Mary  Joan  Nelson ShakTsvillc. 

Clara  ^Lvrtha  0.sborn _  Euclid. 

Leonora  Palmer Port  (iibsou.  Mi.-^s. 

Addie  Parmelee l.ivi  riKMij. 

Antoinette  Corinne  Parsons ( )liciiiu. 

Elizabeth  Cornelia  Parsons Isinit,  Turkey. 

Viola  Parsons . Oltcilin. 

Allie  Elfreda  Peck Waki'inau. 

Anna  Pelton Berlin  Hci^rhts. 

Mary  Ellen  Phillips .  New  Olu-rlin. 

Ella  Blanc  he  Pickett _  Wukeiuaii. 

Sadie  Elizabeth  Pringle Fremont. 

Etta  Catherine  Pringle l.ily  CIhiimI. 

Ella  Juliette  Radcliffe ^ Chirksx  ille.   TenM. 

Mary  Frances  Ramsey' N<'\v  Lisintn. 

Ella  Dora  Richardson Colunihia.  >l<i. 

Della  Anna  Root liisscll's. 

Kate  Lucetta  Safpord Ma<lisuM. 

Mary  Louise  Savage Churchville.  .\.  Y. 

Ida  Belle  Sawyer Zanesville. 

Ida  Louise  Searle Uherlin. 

Violette  Searls Camden. 

Emma  Smith S<.utli  Audierst. 

Emma  White  Smith N"'tl'  >^:ii'"i- 

Minnie  De  Etta  Smith South  llaveu.  .Mich. 

Mary  Esther  Smith Ashkum.  111. 


34  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

LoRA  Sorter Oberliu. 

DoRRiE  Stohl Oberlin. 

Geokgiana  Eugenia  Starr Litchfield. 

LiLLiE  EsTELLE  Starr Litclifield. 

Maggie  Steely Anna. 

Grace  Matilda  Sumner Birmingham. 

Fanny  Thompson Medina. 

Elva  Lovina  Todd AVakeman. 

Linda  Ruth  Treat Cleveland. 

Angeline  Truesdale Four  Corners. 

Jessie  B.  Trumbull East  Townsend. 

Eva  Vail Ligonier,  Ind. 

Mary'  Ann  Waddell Newcastle,  Eng. 

Mary  Ella  Warner Pittsfield. 

Lilly  Adelaide  White Willoughby. 

Melva  Jane  Wilmot Claridon. 

Josephine  Louise  Winchell Wellington. 

Johnetta  Winterbotham Columbus. 

Jennie  Belle  Wood Oberlin. 

Mary  Charlotte  Woodruff Sheffield. 

Ida  May  Woodruff Sheffield. 

Etta  May'  Worcester Kingston,  111. 

Ella  Worden Mansfield. 

Ladies 136. 


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FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILI),  Prksident. 

FENELON  B.  RICE,  Director. 
L.  CELESTIA  WATTLES.  FRANK  M.  DAVIS. 

SUMNER  SALTER.  HELEN  M.  RICE. 

WILLIAM  B.  CHAMBERLAIN. 


STUDENTS. 


GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES.  RESIDEXCKS. 

Nelson  Ozier  Allen New  London. 

George  Whitfield  Andrews Oberlin. 

David  Stephen  Arnold Sycamore,  111. 

Joseph  Baggs Bridge} )ort. 

Ovid  Pope  Barbour Traer,  L)wti. 

Harry  Nelson  Bartlett Oberlin. 

Samuel  Horace  Blakeslee 1 Oberlin. 

Angelo  Randolph  Bonney Orland,  Ind. 

Dan  Freeman  Bradley Bankok,  Siani 

Harry  Clyde  Brooks .  Oberlin. 

Daniel  Ellis  Bushnell Oberlin. 

Elmer  Jefferson  Chenoweth Lorn  Ion. 

Herman  Clausen Gypsiuu. 

Alfred  Lane  Crawford Newcastle,  Pa. 

Charles  Erwin  Davis Dublin. 

George  Henry  Fish Brooklyn. 

Winfield  Pierce  Hatch Oberlin. 

Philip  Cady  Hayden Hempstead,  L.  L 

Holland  Gould  Holman Romeo,  Mich. 


36  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Thomais  Moxkoe  Hollow  ay Burbank. 

John  Calvin  Irwin Iberia. 

Samuel  McConougiiey Penfield. 

Charles  Frank  Miller Meadville,  Pa. 

Charles  Walthall  Morrison Oberlin. 

Jamin  Seth  Morse Brownhelni. 

Jav  Odell  Nelson Twinsburg. 

Charles  Edward  Newberry Rochester,  Mich. 

Harrold  Dean  Newton Ypsilanti,  Mich, 

Charles  Willard  Peak Pike. 

Edward  Watrous  Peck . OberUn. 

George  L.  Platt Manhattan,  Kan. 

Frederick  Everett  Pomeroy Oberlin. 

Henry  Reed Osnaburg. 

Louie  Ashton  Saunders Ypsilanti,  Mich. 

William  Henry  Shane Oberlin. 

Edgar  George  Sweet Avon. 

Frederick  Haynes  Swift Oberlin. 

Benjamin  Thompson : Urbana. 

Nathan  Ciiauncey  Underiiill New  London. 

Perry  Pakton  Weed Douglas,  Mich. 

George  Clarence  Westervelt Oberlin. 

Elwood  Russell  AVisner Kirtland. 

George  Edward  Woodiiull Marinette,  Wis. 

William  Warren  Woodruff Newtown,  Pa. 

George  Zimmerman Frederick,  Md. 

Gentlemen 45. 


LADIES. 

Frances  Genevieve  Atkin Clarkslield. 

Frances  Jane  Atkinson Oberlin. 

Mary  Lovina  Atwood Waupun,  Wis. 

Nina  Ruth  Bacon Oberlin. 

Carrie  Etta  Bachtel New  Berlin. 

Mary  Ann  Bailey Benzonia,  Mich. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  37 


NAMES.  RESIDENCKS. 

Jennie  Elizabeth  Baldwin Pittsfield. 

Emma  Elizabeth  Ball Canton. 

Lenoka  Juliet  Bark Tidioute,  Pa. 

Maky  Alice  Beach Kuggh'.s. 

Mary  Smith  Beard Oberliu. 

Mary  Lincoln  Bergen Galvu,  111. 

Ida  Mary  Bishop Lima. 

Margaret  Blair Edwardsville,  111. 

Alice  M.  Blakeslee Ithaca,  N.  Y. 

Anna  Belle  Bonar Mt.  Vernon. 

Elizabeth  Rebecca  Boone Salem. 

Zxlema  Maky  Bourgeois St.  Charles,  La. 

Elizabeth  Missouri  Bo\^ers Akron. 

Lettie  Elizabeth  Brooks Ellington,  N.  Y. 

Marie  Tracy  Brown Conneaut. 

Belle  Aurelia  Brown Oberliu. 

Allie  Buff 1 Terre  Haute,  Ind. 

Mary  Clinton  Bush PMinboro,  Pa. 

Mary  Elizabeth  Bushnbll Oberlin. 

Frances  Bennett  Callaway Mt.  Morris,  N.  Y. 

Jennie  Cannan Camd«'ii. 

Julia  Lois  Caruthers Oberliu. 

Kate  Case Milan. 

Nettie  Cassell Dayton. 

Caroline  Dickinson  Castle Honolulu,  11.  I. 

Ella  Chatfield Oberlin. 

P:mma  Jane  Clement Hudson,  Mich. 

P]mma  Josephine  Clisbee 0"berlin. 

Nellie  Ball  Cobaugh Caut«n. 

LiNNiE  Elvira  Conrad Oberlin. 

Flora  Helen  Cooper Kokomo,  In<l. 

Lou  Frazer  Cowan Oberlin. 

Emma  Jane  Cunningham Columbiana. 

Lulu  P.  Cutler Tiskilwa,  111. 

Flora  May  Darling Warsaw. 

Mary  Frances  Day Oberlin. 

Minnie  Maxwell  Dickinson ^jTW,  la. 

Carrie  Adelle  Drew Winona,  Minn. 


38  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Anna  Isabel  Dugot Oberlin. 

Carrie  Florence  Eckstein Salem. 

HoRRissA  Ruth  Eggleston Bainbridge. 

Lizzie  Maud  Fawcett Salem. 

Margaret  Fitzpatrick Columbiana. 

Mary  Fitzpatrick Columbiana. 

Mary  Frances  Forrest Woodstock,  111. 

Nora  Ada  Fowler Morrell. 

Kate  Isabelle  Fowler Kenosha,  Wis. 

Hattie  Botsford  Franks Oberlin. 

DiLLA  Etta  Fry Sulphur  Springs. 

Emma  Fuller Bellefontaine. 

Cora  Belle  Gage '_ Oberlin. 

Alice  Mary  Gardner Fulton,  N.  Y. 

Martha  Wadsworth  Gold West  Cornwall,  Conn. 

Jennie  M.  Grimm Wenona,  111. 

Grace  Minerva  Guile Owasso,  Mich. 

Harriet  AdalineHale Faribault,  Minn. 

Florence  Elizabeth  Hall Oberlin. 

Julia  Hanford Oberlin. 

Bessie  Ann  Harriman Bedford. 

Mary  Ella  Harris Evansville,  Wis. 

Ida  Alice  Harris Jackson,  Mich. 

Jennie  Harrold Mt.  Eaton. 

Florence  Ann  Harvey Oberlin. 

Alice  Mary  Heald Canton,  111. 

Flora  Hoyt  Henry Oberlin. 

Rosalie  Barbara  Hille Bath,  N.  Y. 

Agnes  Hine Painesville. 

Lucy  Elvena  Holman St.  Louis,  Mo. 

Rose  Hoover Mason,  Mich. 

Lottie  Belle  Hostlander Ridgeville. 

Alma  Agnes  Hover Lima. 

Lillian  Hudson Ligonier,  Ind. 

Mary  Minerva  Hunt Otto,  N.  Y. 

Emma  J.  Hunt Kendallville,  Ind. 

Alice  Gertrude  Hurlburt Elyria. 

Carrie  Albee  Hyde Geneva. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.,  39 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Pauline  M.  Icenhour Columbiana. 

Eva  Dill  Irwin Iberia. 

Ella  Flora  Jackson Hicksville. 

Lillian  Josephine  Jaques Clevi'laiul. 

Hattie  Hermia  Johnson MaiisiieUl. 

KiTTiE  Johnson Morrison,  111. 

Carrie  Leila  Jones Waubunsee,  Kan. 

Nellie  Iola  Joslin Oberlin. 

Hettie  Judd Oberlin. 

Minnie  Lovisa  Kimball Maywood,  111. 

Mary  Clark  Kincaid W.  Willanistield. 

Lina  Kinsinger Oberlin, 

Minnie  Kingsinger Oberlin. 

Mary  Ella  Lane Blissfield,  Micb. 

Sarah  Elizabeth  Lee Fulton,  N.  Y. 

Emma  Alvira  Lee Irwin. 

Flora  Della  Loveland New  Haven. 

Harriet  SpoonerLyon Salem. 

Mary  Elizabeth  Lyon Salem. 

Mary  Ella  Manley Oberlin. 

Marion  Emily  Marsh Bristol,  Wis. 

Agnes  Marshall Audubon,  Minn. 

Anna  Mary  Martin Bloomville. 

Rebecca  M.^ssey Oberlin. 

Elizabeth  Sabina  McKinney Bingbamton,  N.  Y. 

Mary  McKinnis Findlay. 

Aletta  Maria  McConnell Chatbam. 

Estella  Metcalf Oberlin. 

Clara  May  Mills Chester  Cross  Roads. 

Camilla  M.  Nettleton Oberlin. 

Minnie  Jane  Nettleton Oberlin. 

Cora  May  Nichols Faribault,  Minn. 

Ella  Minerva  Nichols Corunna.  Micb. 

Elizabeth  Adams  Nichols Oberlin. 

Mary  Charlotte  Otis Hicksville. 

Addie  Luella  Packard I^  Porte,  Ind. 

Emma  Louisa  Palmer Fostoria. 

Mary  Frisbie  Parish Oberlin. 


40  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDKNCES. 

May  Garfield  Parks Oberlin. 

ViLLETTE  Idell  Parsons Oberliii. 

Annie  Paull Calumet,  Mich. 

Nellie  Maria  Peck Shalersville. 

Mary  Cowles  Penfield Oberlin. 

Emma  Florence  Peterson Oberlin. 

Ella  Juliette  Radcliffe Clarksville,  Teun. 

Cassie  Alda  Reamer Oberlin. 

Mary  Luctnda  Reg.^.l Oberlin. 

Ella  Dora  Richard.son Columbia,  Mo. 

Bella  Anna  Root Bissell's. 

Myra  Jannett  Russell Brimfield. 

Alice  May  Sargent Upper  Sandusky. 

May  Louise  Savage Churchville,  N.  Y. 

Emma  Wood  Schermeriiorn Hudson,  Mich. 

Clara  Ethel  Schilling Salem. 

Abbie  Jane  Schrock Newcastle,  Ind. 

Nellie  Marion  Smith Ypsilanti,  Mich. 

Jane  Snyder Oberlin. 

Julia  Spaulding Oberlin. 

Florence  Elizabeth  Sperry Sherman,  N.  Y. 

Louise  Marie  Sperry Sherman,  N.  Y. 

Maggie  Steely Anna. 

Ella  May  Stewart Bellevue. 

Carrie  Elizabeth  Stilson Clyde. 

Alice  Amanda  Stone Oberlin. 

Mary  Osband  Swift ^ Lansing,  Mich. 

Susie  Caroline  Topliff Elyria. 

Lillian  Gertrude  Towslee Lodi. 

Nellie  Florence  Tupper (  Htawa. 

Grace  Loomis  Upson Oberlin. 

Louise  Evaline  Upson Oberlin. 

Mary  Ida  Van  Cleef Wellington. 

Anna  Maria  Vetter Pawnee  Rock,  Kan. 

Mary  Edith  Weller Elyria. 

Kate  Lord  Wheeler Oberlin. 

Frances  Nancy  Whipple Medina. 

Ada  Clementine  Wilkins Maiden,  Mass. 


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Panola  Adeli.  Willcutt Oberliu. 

Anna  Knowles  Willey Andover,  Mass. 

Jane  Mary  Woodwortii Townsend. 

Ella  Worden Mansfield. 

Carrie  Electa  Wright Oberlin. 

Mary  Anna  Wright Painesville. 

Myra  Rebecca  Wright Oberlin. 

Fannie  Foster  Wright Oberlin. 

Jennie  Genella  York Avon. 

Sada  Ann  Yost Saegerstown,  Pa. 

Ladies i68. 


I.     DEPARTMENT  OF  THEOLOGY. 

Seniors 13 

Middles 23 

Juniors 9 

45 

II.     DEPARTMENT  OF  PHILOSOPHY  AND  THE  ARTS. 

1.      CLASSICAL  AND  .SCIENTIFIC  COURSE. 

Seniors 29 

Juniors 3.t 

Sophomores 4.5  Gentlemen 14() 

Freshmen 72  Ladies 3.t 

i8i 

2.       LITKKAKY    COl'RSE. 

Fourth  Year 16 


Third  Year 

26 

Second  Year 

29 

First  Year 

.  40                   Ladies.        

Ill 

Ill 

3.      IN  SELECT  STUDIES. 

Gentlemen 

Ladies 

25 

32 

III.     DEPARTMENT  OF  PREPARATORY  INSTRUCTION. 

1.      CLAS.SICAL  SCHOOL. 

Seniors 62 

Middles 65  Gentlemen 189 

Juniors 71  Ladies 9 

198 

2.      ENGLISH  SCHOOL. 

Gentlemen 100 

Ladies 136 

236 

IV.     CONSERVATORY  OF  MUSIC. 

Gentlemen 45 

Ladies 16s 

213 


Total 1016 

Deducting  those  reckoned  tivice 67 

Whole  Number  of  Gentlemen 514 

Whole  Number  of  Ladies 435 


Corrected  total 949 


DEPARTMENT  OP  THEOL()(,Y. 


The  Department  of  Theology  is  designed,  primarily,  to  prepare  young 
men  for  the  Christian  ministry.  Any  others  who  desire  the  advantages  of 
theological  study  are  received  to  its  classes  on  such  terms  as  the  Faculty  ma>- 
prescribe. 

Applicants  for  admission  are  expected  to  furnish  satisfactory  evidence  of 
Christian  character,  and  of  such  scholarship  as  will  enable  them  successfully 
to  pursue  the  studies  of  the  course.  Students  from  other  Theological  Semi- 
naries are  admitted  ad  eundent,  on  presenting  a  regular  dismission ;  and  any 
ai^plicant  may  be  admitted  to  advanced  standing  on  satisfactory  exanunation 
in  the  studies  already  pursued  by  the  class  which  he  desires  to  join. 

The  terms  and  vacations  are  the  same  in  all  departments  of  the  College, 
and  will  be  found  in  the  Calendar. 

Council  Hall,  the  building  devoted  to  the  use  of  this  department,  provides 
completely  furnished  rooms  for  fifty  students,  with  no  charge  for  room  rent, 
and  but  a  small  incidental  fee. 

In  assigning  these  rooms  the  preference  will  always  be  given  to  tlio.<e 
who  have  the  work  of  the  ministry  in  view.  Students  in  Theohjgy  incur  nu 
expense  for  tuition  or  for  the  use  of  the  Library.  Other  expenses  will  var\ 
according  to  the  personal  habits  and  tastes  of  each  student. 

Aid  is  afforded  by  the  American  and  Ohio  Education  Societies  to  such 
students  as  are  preparing  for  the  ministry.  The  Seuiinary  has  also  a  si)eciai 
fund  for  the  aid  of  students,  from  which  several  may  receive  a  partial  sup- 
port. 

The  Classical  and  English  Schools  furnish  emiiloyment  for  a  few  experi- 
enced teachers,  at  reasoualjle  comi)ensation.  .After  the  completion  of  the 
first  term  of  the  middle  year,  students  are  permitted  to  supply  vacant  i)ulpits 
in  the  vicinity,  as  opportunity  may  offer.  During  the  summer  vacation  all 
the  students  may  engage  in  preaching  or  other  religious  work,  as  Ciiurdu's 
or  Home  Missionary  Societies  call  for  their  services.  With  reasonable  pru- 
dence and  economy  any  student  may  pursue  his  coui-se  without  iiUerruiition 
or  embarrassment. 


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44  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


Candidates  for  admission  to  the  Junior  Class  must  present  evidence  of 
graduation  from  some  College,  or  of  such  scholarship  as  will  enable  them 
to  enter  upon  the  course  with  profit.  Those  who  do  not  bring  a  diploma 
will  be  examined  in  Greek,  English  and  Rhetoric,  Modern  History,  Mental 
and  Moral  Philosophy. 

COURSE  OF  STUDY. 

This  occupies  three  years  and  is  thus  arranged: 

JUNIOR  YEAR. 

Professor  Ballantine  gives  instruction  in  Hebrew  and  Old  Testament  Exegesis  through- 
out the  year. 

Professor  Morgan  lectures  on  the  Harmony  of  the  Gospels  and  on  the  Theology  of  the 
New  Testament. 

President  Fairchild  lectures  during  the  latter  half  of  the  year  on  Natural  Theology,  Evi- 
dences of  Christianity,  and  the  Authority  and  Inspiration  of  the  Scriptures. 

Profkssor  Smith  gives  an  introductory  course  of  lectures  (m  the  History  of  the  Church. 

MIDDLE  YEAR. 

President  Fairchild  lectures  upon  Systematic  Theology  during  the  Fall  and  Winter  terms. 

Professor  Barrows  lectures  on  the  Literature  of  the  Old  Testameut  during  the  first  half  of 
the  year. 

Prukessor  Ballantine  contiuaes  his  instrucDiott  in  Hebrew  E.\;e,.;esis  and  lectures  on  the 
Epistles,  conducting  exercisas  in  the  Criticism  and  Exegesis  of  the  Greek  Text. 

Professor  Mead  gives  an  introductory  course  of  lectures  in  Homiletics,  including  Criticism 
of  Sermon  Plans,  during  the  latter  part  of  the  year. 

Professor  Smith  lectures  on  the  History  of  the  Ancient  Church,  during  the  Spring  term. 
Origin  and  Planting  of  the  Christian  Church  and  its  Spread  in  the  midst  of  the  Ancient  Civiliz- 
ations. 

.SENIOR  YEAR. 

Profes.sok  Smith  lectures  on  the  History  of  the  Mediaival  and  Modern  Church  and  the 
History  of  Doctrines  during  the  Fall  and  Winter  terms,  and  on  Positive  Institutions  in  the 
Spring  term. 

Profe.ssor  Mead  lectures  on  Invention  of  Material  and  Preparation  of  Sermons,  and  con- 
ducts exercises  consisting  of  the  Delivery  and  Criticism  of  Written  and  Extempore  Sermons 
during  the  Fall  and  Winter  terms ;  also  lectures  on  Pastoral  Theology  during  the  Spring  term. 

Profe,ssor  B.vrrows  lectures  on  the  Theology  of  the  Old  Testament  during  the  latter  half 
of  the  year 

President  Fairchild  lectures  during  the  Spring  term  on  the  Various  Forms  of  Skepticism. 

RHETORICAL  EXERCISES, 

Consisting  of  the  reading  of  e.ssays,  the  delivery  of  original  addresses,  written  and  unwritten, 
and  the  extemporaneous  discussion  of  questions,  occur  weekly,  in  which  the  members  of  all  the 
classes  participate.  Special  promiueace  is  given  to  extemporaneous  speaking,  or  the  delivery  of 
fhoughta  prepared  but  not  written  and  committed  to  memory. 


DEPARTMENT  OF  PHILOSOPHY  AXI)  THE  ARTS. 


CLASSICAL  AND  SCIENTIFIC  COURSE. 

Candidates  for  admission  to  the  Freshman  class  are  examined  in  the 
common  English  branches;  the  Grammar  of  the  Latin  and  Greek  lan- 
guages; Caesar,  one  book;  Sallust's  Catiline;  five  of  Cicero's  Select  Ora- 
tions; Virgil's  ^neid,  five  books;  Harkness'  Latin  Prose  Composition, 
Parts  First  and  Second ;  Xenophon's  Anabasis,  three  Books ;  Homer's 
Iliad,  three  Books;  Olney's  School  Algebra,  or  an  equivalent;  Olney's 
Plane  Geometry;  English  Analysis;  Ancient  History ;  History  of  the 
L^nited  States;  and  Alden's  Science  of  Government. 

Candidates  for  a  higher  standing  are  examined  in  the  same,  and  also 
in  the  studies  previously  pursued  by  the  class  to  which  they  desire 
admission. 

Students  who  have  been  unal:)le  to  prepare  for  college  in  Greek  will  be 
admitted  to  the  Freshman  class  if  they  are  in  advance  in  some  other  stud- 
ies, tind  will  have  opportunity  to  make  up  the  Greek  afterwanls. 

No  admission  to  the  Senior  class  is  allowed  later  than  the  beginning  of 
the  second  term. 

Elective  Studies. — During  the  Sophomore  and  Junior,  and  the  first 
term  of  the  Senior  years,  four  studies  are  assigned  to  each  term.  Eacii 
student  is  required  to  elect  three  of  these. 

The  Annual  Examinations  for  admission  to  College  for  1880  will  occur 
May  31  and  June  1  and  2,  also  on  the  first  day  of  the  Fall  term,  at  nine 
o'clock,  in  No.  8  French  Hall. 

FRESHMAN  CLASS. 

FIRST  TERM. 

Latin Livy,  sixty  pages— Stuart.    Exercises  in  writing  Latin. 

Greek Xenoplion's  Memora])ilia.      Prose  Coinpo.sitinn.      SyiiUix   of   the 

Verb,  as  given  by  Hadley  and  Godlwin. 

Mathematics Olney's  Solid  and  Spherical  Geometry. 

Rhetoric During  the  year  Exercises  in  Englisli  Composition,  Written  Trans- 
lations and  Declamations,  and  one  original  public  Oration. 

The  Bible Lectures  each  week  through  the  year,  upon  the  U<xjk  of  tieucsis, 

the  Primteval  Age,  and  the  Patriarchal  History. 

SECOND  TERM. 

Latin Horace,  Odes  and  Epodes— Chase.    Prosody.    Exercises  in  writing 

Latin. 

Greek Greek  Historians— Fcruald.  Formation  of  Words.  Prose  Compo- 
sition.    Idioms.     Outlines  of  Greek  History  and  Literature. 


46  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


Mathematics Trigonometry,  Plane  and  Spherical.    Surveying  and  Navigation — 

Loomis. 

THIRD  TERM. 

Latin Cicero's  De  Senectute  et  de  Amicitia — Crowell.  Exercises  in  writ- 
ing Latin. 

Greek Orations  of  Lysias — Stephens.    Review  of  Inflections.    Reading  for 

Quantity. 

Mathematics Olney's  University  Algelira.     Part  Third. 

SOPHOMORE  CLASS. 

FIRST  TERM. 

Latin Tacitus — All  of  Champlin's  Selections.     History  of   Rome — Meri- 

vale. 

Greek Homer's  Odyssey — Merry.      Etymology.     Lectures  on   Philology 

and  Textual  Criticism. 

German German  Grammar — Whitney.     Prose  Composition.     Translation 

and  Reading. 

Mathematics Olney's  General  Geometry  and  Calculus. 

Rhetoric During  the  year,  AVritten  Translations,  six  Essays,  three  Declama- 
tions, and  one  original  public  Oration. 

The  Bible Lectures  each  week  through  the  year,  on  the  Later  Books  of  the 

Pentateuch,  and  the  Early  History  of  Israel. 

SECOND  TERM. 

Latin Satires  of  Horace  and  Juvenal.     Roman  Antiquities. 

German Translation  and  Reading  continued.  Syntax  of  the  Verb — Whit- 
ney. 

Physics Mechanics — Snell's  Olmsted.   Motions  and  Forces.  Machines.    The 

Pendulum.    Projectiles.    Strength  of  Materials. 

Rhetoric Hepburn's  Manual.    Invention.    Style.    Forms  of  Discourse. 

(Eight  weeks.) 

Evidences Lectures  on  Evidences  of  Christianity.     .Vnswer  to  Modern  Forms 

of  Skepticism.     (Five  weeks.) 

THIRD  TERM. 

Greek Greek  Tragedy.     Written  Translations.     Religion,  Literature  and 

Art  of  the  Greeks. 

German Word  Formation.     Schiller's  "  Wilhelm  Tell" — Buchheim. 

Physics Olmsted's  Natural  Pliilosophy.  Hydrostatics.  Pneumatics.  Acou- 
stics. Electricity.  Heat  and  Light.  Experimental  Lec- 
tures and  Demonstrations. 

Botany Gray's  Lessons  and  Manual.     Practice  in  collecting  and  identifying 

Plants. 

JUNIOR  CLASS. 

FIRST  TERM. 

Latin Comedies  of   Plautus  and  Terence.     Pliny's  Letters.     History  of 

Early  Roman  Literature. 

French Keetel's  Collegiate  Course  in  French.    Composition.    Translation 

and  Reading.     New  Testament. 

Astronomy Snell's  Olmsted.  Geography  of  the  Heavens.  Use  of  Astronom- 
ical Instruments. 

Logic Deductive  Logic,  with  Exercises.     Inductive  Logic. 

Rhetoric During  the  year,  five  Essays,  one  original  Oration  V)efore  the  class, 

and  one  public  Oration. 

The  Bible Lectures  each  week  through  the  year,  on  the  Poetical  and  Prophet- 
ical Books  of  the  Bible. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


SECOND  TERM. 

Greek Demosthenes'  De  Coroua.  Review  of  Syntax.  Rhetorical  Analy- 
sis.    History  and  Political  Institutions  of  the  Greeks. 

Mathe-Watics Descriptive  Geometry— Church.  Principles  of  Perspective.  Exer- 
cises in  Mechanical  Drawing. 

Chemistry Lectures  :— Chemical  Pliilosophy.  Stoichiometry.  History.  Pre- 
paration, properties,  and  uses  in  the  arts  of  Elements  and 
Compounds.  Daily  cla.ss  practice  in  the  Laboratory.  Eliot 
and  Storer's  Manual. 

Zoology Comparative  and  Systematic  Zoology.    Study  of  Living  and  Calv 

inet  Specimens.     NichoL^ion  and  Lectures. 

THIRD  TERM. 

Latin Cicero's  Philosophical  Works  or  Lucretius.  History  of  Roman  Lit- 
erature. 

Engineering Civil  Engineering.    Adjustment  and  use  of   Field  Instruments. 

Trigonometrical  and  topographical  Surveying  and  Leveling. 
FVee-hand  Drawing. 

Chemistry Qualitative  Analysis.    Examination  of  Solutions,  Salts,  Minerals, 

Ores,  Compounds,  etc.     Preseott's  Manual. 

PsY'CHOLOGY Nature  of  the  Soul.     Consciousness,  Sense  Perception,  Memory  and 

Imagination — Porter,  with  Lectures.     Essays  by  the  class. 

SENIOR  CLASS. 

FIRST  TERM. 

Greek Plato.    Greek  Philosophy. 

Psychology The  Powers  and  Proces.ses  of   Thought — Porter.    I>ectures  on  the 

Origin  and  Authority  of  the  Intuitions,  on  the  Feelings,  and 

on  tlie  Will.     (Eight  weeks.) 
English  Lit History  of  the  Language.    Early  English  Literature.    Lectures,  and 

Day's  Introduction  to  English  Literature.     (Four  weeks.) 
Mineralogy Lectures :— Crystallogi-aphy,  Classification,  Descriptive  Mineralogy, 

Blowpipe  Analysis  and  Determinative  Mineralogy,  with  daily 

work  in  the  Laboratory — Brush's  Manual. 
Geology  Astronomical,    Dynamical,    Structural    and    Historical    Geology. 

Handling  and  Special  Study  of  25  Minerals,  •'iO  Lithologieal 

Specimens  and  .=50  characteristic  Fossils.     Field   Excursions 

and  Reports.     Le  Conte  and  Lectures. 
Rhetoric During  the  year,  two  Themes  assigned,  two  Ussiiys,  and  one  public 

Oration. 
The  Bible Lectures  each  week  tluough  the  year,  upon  theSystemof  l)octrine.s 

contained  in  the  Bible. 

SECOND  TERM. 

English  Lit Study  of  the  Later  Authors.    Philosophy  of  English  Literature. 

Day,  Bascom,  and  Lectures. 

Ethics Moral   Philosophy.     Nature  of    Virtue.     Theories  of    Oblig-ation. 

Conscience.  Government.  Personal  Rights  and  Duties— 
Fail-child.     Lectures  on  International  Law. 

Evidences Butler's  Analogy.  Study  of  tbc  Text  witli  the  .Vnalysisof  the  Ar- 
gument. Lectures  on  English  Deism.  Scope  of  Butler's 
Work.     Present  Value  of  the  Argument.     (Eight  weeks.) 

History The  beginnings  of  Modern  History.    States  and  Races  of  Europi-. 

The  Medieval  Church  and  its  Institutions.  Political  and 
Constitutional  History  of  England  and  France.  U'ctures, 
(Five  weeks.) 


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OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

THIRD  TERM. 

Economics 

..Political  Economy.    Distribution.    Exchange.    Governmental  Reg- 

ulations. 

Akt 

..Lectures  on  Architecture,  Painting,  Sculpture  and  Music. 

Physiology 

.Lectures :-  Anatomy,  Human  and  Comparative  Phy.siology ,  Special 

Senses,  Food  and  Nutrition,  Hygiene. 

LITERARY  COURSE. 

C^andidates  for  admission  to  the  first  year  are  examined  in   P^nglish 

alent;  Latin  Grammar  and  Reader ;    Harlcness'  Latin  Prose  Composition, 

Part  First;  Ridpath's  History  of  the  United  States  ;  Geography. 

Candidates  for  advanced  classes  will  be  examined   in   the   previons 

studies  of  the  course. 

FIRST  YEAR. 

FIRST  TERM 

Mathematics... 

..Plane  Geometry— Olney. 

Latin 

..Caesar's  Gallic  War,  one  Book.     Syntax  of   Nouns.     Parsing  and 

Inflection  of  Nouns  and  Verbs.     Harkne,ss'  I^atin  Composi- 

tion, Lessons  31  to  53. 

Nat.  History... 

..Phy.sieal  Geography— Guyot. 

Drawing 

..Lessons  in  Linear  Drawing.     (Optional.) 

Rhetoric 

..Four  Essays  in  Narration. 

The  Bible 

..Lectures  each  week  through  the  year,  on  the  Book  of  Genesis,  the 

Primaeval  Age,  and  the  Patriarchal  History. 

SECOND  TERM. 

Matuematic§... 

..Solid  and  Spherical  Geometry — Olney. 

Latin 

..Cicero's  First  and  Third  Orations  against  Catiline.    Syntax  of  Verbs, 

Force  of  Subjunctives.     Latin  Composition,  Lessons  54  to  67. 

History 

..History  of  Rome — Smith. 

Rhetoric 

...Four  Essays  in  Description. 

THIRD  TERM. 

Mathematics... 

.Olney's  University  Algebra,  Part  Third. 

Latin 

..Cicero's  Orations  for  the  Manilian  Law  and  the  Poet  Archias.     Re- 

view of  Etymology  and  Syntax.    Substantive  Clauses.    Latin 

Composition,  Lessons  68  to  80. 

Government... 

..Alden's  Text-Book  on  the  Science  of  Government.    Illustrations 

on  the  subject  from  current  events. 

Rhetoric 

...Four  Essays  in  Analysis  and  Comparison. 

SECOND  YEAR. 

FIRST  TERM. 

Mathematics.. 

...Plane  and  Spherical  Trigonometry — Loomis.     Surveying.     Use  of 

Instruments. 

Latin 

...Virgil's  ^neid,  two  Books.     Ancient  Mythology  and  Geography. 

Prosody. 

History 

...Freeman's  Outlines  of  Universal  History. 

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Rhetoric One  Essay  and  three  Written  Distussions. 

The  Bible Lectures  each  week  through  the  year,  on  the  Later  Books  of  flie 

Peutateuch,  and  the  Early  History  of  Israel. 

SECOND  TEEM. 

Physics Mechanics— Snell's  Olmsted.  Motions  and  Forces.  Machines,  Pro- 
jectiles, Strength  of  Materials. 

Latin Virgil's  ^neid,  three  Books.     (Elective  with  French.) 

French Koetel's   Collegiate  Course  in  French.    Composition,  Translation 

and  Reading.     (Elective  with  Latin.) 

Rhetoric Hepburn's  Manual.  Invention.   Style.   Forms  of  Discourse.   (Eight 

weeks.) 

Evidences Lectures  on  Evidences  of  Christianity.    Answer  to  Modern  Fomis 

of  Skepticism.     Five  weeks. 

Rhetoric One  Essay  and  three  Written  Discussions. 

THIRD  TERM. 

Botany Gray's  Lessons  and  Manual.  Practice  in  Collecting  and  Identify- 
ing Plants. 

French Grammar  completed.    Translation  and  Reading.    Petite  Histoire 

du  Peuple  Fran^ais — Lacombe.     (Elective  with  Latin.) 

Latin Sallust's  Catiline.    Review  of  Grammar.     Analysis  and  Parsing. 

(Elective  with  French.) 

Physics Olmsted's  Natural  Philosophy.  Hydrostatics.  Pneumatics.  Acous- 
tics. Electricity,  Heat  and  Light.  Experimental  Demon- 
strations. 

Rhetoric Four  Essays. 

THIRD  YEAR. 

FIRST  TERM. 

Astronomy SneU's  Olmsted.  Geography  of  the  Heavens.  Use  of  Astronom- 
ical Instruments. 

German German  Grammar — Whitney.     Prose  Composition.     Translation 

and  Reading.     (Elective  with  Latin.) 

Logic Deductive  Logic  with  Exercises.     Inductive  Logic — Jevons. 

Latin Livy,  sixty  pages — Stuart.     Exercises  in  writing  Latin.     (Elective 

with  German.) 

Rhetoric Two  Essays  each  term  during  the  year. 

The  Bible Lectures  each  week  through  the  year,  on  the  Poetical  and  l*rophet- 

ical  Books  of  the  Bible. 

SECOND  TERM. 

Chemistry Lectures; — Chemical  Philosophy.     Stoichiometry.     Properties  of 

Elements  and  Compounds.  Daily  Practice  in  the  Laboratory 
— Eliot  and  Storer. 

Zoology Comparative  and  Systematic  Zoology.  Study  of  Living  and  Cabi- 
net Specimens.     Nicholson  and  Lectures. 

German Translation  and  Reading  continued.    Syntax  of  Verb^Whituey. 

(Elective  with  Latin.) 

Latin Horace  Odes  and  Epodes — Chase.     Prosody.     Exercises  iu  writing 

Latin.     (Elective  with  German.) 

THIRD  TERM. 

Psychology Nature  of  the  Soul.    Consciousness.    Sense  Perception.    Memory 

and  Imagination— Porter,  with  Lectures.  Essays  by  the  class. 

German Word-formation.  Schiller's  "  Wilhelm  Tell"— Buchheini.  (Elect- 
ive with  Latin.) 


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OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


English  Lit Analysis  of   Englisli  Classics — Shakespeare,  Milton,   Wordswortli, 

Coleridge. 

Latin Cicero's  l)e  Sencctute  et  de  Aniicitia — Crowell.  Exercises  in  writ- 
ing Latin.     (Elective  with  German.) 

FOURTH  YEAK. 

EIRST  TERM. 

PsYCHOrjOGY The  Powers  an<l   Processes  of  Thought — Porter.     Lectures  on   the 

Intuitions,  Feelings  and  Will.     (Eight  weeks.) 
English  Lit History  of  the  Language.     Early  English  Literature.    Lectures,  and 

Day's  Introduction.    (Four  weeks.) 
Gkology Astronomical,    Dynamical,    Structural    and    Historical   Geology. 

Handling  and  special  study  of   25  Minerals,  50  Lithological 

Specimens  and  50  characteristic  Fossils.     Field  Excursions 

and  Reports.     Le  Conte  and  Lectures. 
Hlstory Guizot's  History  of  Civilization.     Reports  upon  a.sslgned  topics  in 

Contemporary  History  and  Biography. 
L.\TIN Tacitus.     All  of  Champlin's  Selections.     History  of  Home — Meri- 

vale. 

Rhetokic During  the  year,  two  Themes  assigned,  and  two  Essays. 

The  BriiLE Lectures  each  week  through  the  year,  on  the  System  of  Doctrines 

Contained  in  the  Bible. 

SECOND  TERM. 

Enolish  JjIT Study  of  Later  Authors.     Philosophy  of  English  Literature — Day, 

Bascom,  and  Lectures. 

Ethics Moral   Philosophy.    Nature  of    Virtue.    Theories  of    Obligation. 

Conscience.  Government.  Personal  Rights  and  Duties — Fair- 
child.     Ijectures  on  International  Law. 

EviDEN'CK.«; Butler's  Analogy.   Text  and  Analysis.   Lectures  on  English  Deism. 

Scope  of  Butler's  Work.     Piesent  Value  of   the  Argument. 

(Eight  weeks.) 
HiSTOKY The  beginnings  of  Modern  History.     States  and  Races  of  Europe. 

The  Mediieval  Church  and  its  Institutions.      Political  and 

Constitutional  History  of  England  and  of  France.     Lectures. 

(Five  weeks.) 

THIRD  TERM. 

Economics Political  Economy.  Production.  Distribution.  E.xchange.  Gov- 
ernmental Regulati(jns. 

Art Lectures  on  Architecture,  Painting,  Sculpture  and  Music. 

Ph  V.SIOLOGY Lectures  : — Anatomy,  Human  and  Comparative  Physiology,  Special 

Senses.     Food  and  Nutrition,  Hygiene. 


I)1:PARTME\T  OF  PR1:PAKAT0RY  IXSTRl'CTIOX. 


CLASSICAL  SCHOOL. 


The  Classical  Preparatory  School  is  niidcr  the  same  <.'eiieral  super- 
vision with  the  other  departments,  and  under  the  immediate  direction  and 
inana«:ement  of  the  Principal.  The  nieml^ers  of  this  school  are  subject  to 
the  same  regulations  as  other  students  in  the  CoUege.  It  is  designed  to 
prepare  students  for  the  Classical  and  Srientitic  Course  in  the  I)ej)artment 
of  Philosophy  and  the  Arts. 

The  regular  classes  are  taught  by  the  Princij)al  and  Tutors;  other 
classes  by  teachers  selected  from  those  students  in  Thenlogy  wlio  have  re- 
ceived the  degree  of  Bai-helor  of  Arts. 

To  enter  the  Junior  chiss,  students  will  be  examined  in  English  (iram- 
niar  through  Syntax,  Arithmetic;  through  Percentage,  and  the  Elements  of 
Geography.  Candidates  for  a  higher  standing  will  be  examined  in  the 
studies  previously  pursued  by  the  class  to   which  they  desire  admission. 

JUNIOR  CLASS. 

FiKST  Term L;itiu  Grammar .-Vllen  A  <;r<'«'UOii>;li. 

Latin  Reader Jones. 

English  Grammar Whitney. 

GeoKiapliy Coltun. 

Skcond Term... Latin  Reader,  continued Jones. 

English  Analysis Greene. 

History  of  the  United  States. ..„ Ridpalh. 

TiURD  Ti;rm Caesar,  one  Book Stuarl 

History  ui  the  United  States I{id]jath. 

Arithmetic White. 

Latin  Grammar  and  Composition,  as  indicated  in  the  Header, 
throughout  the  year. 

MIDDI.K   ('l..\SS. 

Fir.stTerm ("lesar,  (me  Book— Stuart.     Synta.x  of  the  Noun.     I'avsiiiK  anil  Inllection 

of  Verbs  and  Nouns. 

Latin  Prose  Composition,  Lessons  :U  (o  53 Harknes.-*. 

Greek  Grammar,  Uj  Contract  Vi-rhs ^ Hadley. 

Greek  Lessons Boise. 

Science  of  Government Alden. 

Second  Tei:m.. .Cicero,  two  Orations— AHcu  cV:  (irccnoufih.     Syntax  of  the  Vcrli.     i'..r.e 
of  Subjunctives. 

Latin  Prose  Composition,  to  Lesson  (iS llarkness. 

Greek  Lessons  and  Anabasis— Boise.     Contract  and  Irregular  \crhs. 

History  of  Rome Smith. 


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Third  Term Cicero,  three  Orations — Allen  and  Greenough.     Analysis  and  Parsing. 

Substantive  Clauses. 

Latin  Prose  Composition,  to  Part  III Harkness. 

Anabasis — Boise.     Analysis  of  Verb  Forms. 

History  of  Greece Smith. 

SENIOR  CLASS. 

First  Term Virgil's  ^neid,  two  Books — Chase.  Mythology  and  Geography.  Prosody. 

Anabasis,  Continued — Boise.    Syntax  of  Nouns.     Analysis  and  Parsing. 

Algebra Olney. 

Second  Term. ..Virgil's  ^neid,  three  Books — Chase.    Analysis  and  Parsing.    Formation 
of  Words. 

Anabasis  completed Boise. 

Greek  Prose  Composition Jones. 

Algebra Olney. 

Third  Term Sallust's  Conspiracy  of  Catiline Stuart. 

Homer's  Iliad,  tliree  Books Boise. 

General  Eeview  of  Grammar. 

Plane  Geometry Olney. 

The  object  of  the  linguistic  instruction  in  this  department  is  to  secure 
a  perfect  command  of  the  forms  of  words  in  English,  Greek  and  Latin; 
with  such  attention  as  is  possible  to  Syntax,  Prosody,  History  and 
Geography. 

Other  text  books  than  those  specified  are  not  allowed  in  the  recitation 
room.  Lessons  in  the  English  Bible  and  Rhetorical  Exercises  weekly, 
through  the  course. 

ENGLISH  SCHOOL. 

The  English  Preparatory  School  is  under  the  same  general  supervis- 
ion with  the  other  departments,  and  under  the  immediate  direction  and 
management  of  the  Principal.  The  members  of  this  School  are  subject  to 
the  same  regulations  as  other  students  in  the  College.  It  is  particularly 
designed  to  prepare  students  for  the  Literary  Course  in  the  Department  of 
Philosophy  and  the  Arts,  but  offers  the  usual  privileges  of  an  academy  to 
students  who  can  spend  but  one  or  two  terms  at  school.  Especial  attention 
is  devoted  to  the  needs  of  those  who  are  preparing  to  teach.  No  students 
are  admitted  who  have  not  advanced  as  far  as  Fractions  in  Arithmetic. 

The  classes  are  taught  by  tutors,  and  by  teachers  selected  from  the 
Theological,  and  higher  College  classes. 

To  enter  the  Senior  class,  students  will  be  examined  in  English  Gram- 
mar through  syntax,  Arithmetic  and  Geography. 

SENIOR  CLASS. 

First  Term Algebra Olney. 

Latin  Grammar Allen  &  Greenough. 

Latin  Reader Allen  &  Greenough. 

English  Analysis Greene. 

Second  Term. ..Algebra Olney. 

Latin  Reader Jones. 

History  of  the  United  States Ridpath. 


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Third  Term Algebra Oluey. 

Latin  Reader Jones. 

Latin  Prose  Composition  to  Part  II Harkness. 

History  of  tlie  United  States Ridpath. 

Classes  are  organized  each  term  in  the  follo\vin<r  studies: 
Arithmetic — Ray's  Tiiird  Part,  two  classes;  White's  Complete,  two  classes. 
Grammar — Harvey's,  two  classes  ;  Whitney's  Essentials  of  English  Grammar,  one  class; 

Greene's  Analysis. 
Geography— Colton's,  two  classes. 

Elocution  and  Reading — National  Fifth  Reader,  two  classes. 
Algebra — Olney's  School,  three  classes. 
Geometry — Olney's,  two  classes. 
Natural  Philosophy — Norton's. 
Physiology — Dalton's. 

Lessons  in  the  English  Bihle  and  Rhetorical  Exercises  weekly,  for   all 
the  students  in  the  School. 


CONSERVATORY  OF  MUSIC. 


This  Department  is  under  the  same  general  management  as  the  other 
Departments,  and  under  the  special  supervision  of  the  Director. 

Students  in  tlie  Conservatory  are  subject  to  the  regular  College  dis- 
cipline. 

COURSE  OF  STUDY. 
HARMONY. 

Scales,  both  Major  and  Minor,  Intervals  and  their  Inversions,  Chords  in  their  various  rela- 
tions. Part-writing,  Modulation,  Choral,  Single  and  Double  Counterpoint,  Composition,  and 
Analysis  of  musical  works. 

The  following  is  an  (jutline  of  the  mechanical  part  of  the  course  pur- 
sued here. 

PIANO-FORTE. 

Duvernoy,  op.  12(i. 

Czerny,  op.  6.%. 

Heller,  op.  46. 

Spindler,  op.  141. 

Selections  from  Heller,  op.  45  and  Iti. 

Le  Couppey,  op.  20. 

Selections  from  Krause,  op.  5,  and  Loeschhorn,  op.  liii,  in  connection  with  Czerny,  op.  2il!l, 
approximating  metronome  time. 

Kullak's  Octave  School. 

Jensen,  op.  32. 

Cramer's  Fifty  Studies,  (Von  Billow's  edition). 

Besides  these,  selections  from  Locschhuru,  op.  38,  .n2  and  67,  Schmidt,  op.  16,  and  Czerny, 
op.  740,  will  be  used  at  the  discretion  of  the  teachers. 

The  sesthetic  development  will  lie  made  to  keep  pace  with  the  above  by  the  study  of  Sonat- 
as, Salon-pieces,  Trios  (with  stringed  instruments).  Concertos  and  other  works,  with  orchestral 
accompaniment  by  the  best  composers. 

ClTJ/nVATION  OF  THE  VOICE. 

Careful  instructicjn  is  given  in  the  use  of  the  voice,  and  the  correct  manner  of  producing  a 
good  tone;  thorougli  drill  in  Technical  Exercises,  Solfeggios,  Vocalises,  etc.,  to  give  control  over 
and  flexibility  to  the  voice ;  and  i)ractice  in  singing  the  best  English,  German,  Italian  and  Frencli 
Songs,  r)prratic  Arias  and  Solos  from  the  Oratorios,  for  expression  and  the  development  of  a  pure 
style. 

ORGAN. 

Selections  from  Rink's  and  Ritter's  Organ  Scliools. 
Pedal  Technics — Thayer, 
Pedal  Studies — Volkmar. 


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studies  iu  Pedal  Phrasing — Buck. 

Trios,  op,  20,  Richter,  and  op.  39,  Merkel. 

Fugues  from  the  Well-Tempered  Clavier,  arr.  by  Van  Eyken— Bach. 

Selections  from  Mendelssohn's  Sonatas,  Preludes  and  Fugues,  Ritter's  Sonatas,  Bach's  Organ 
Works. 

Miscellaneous  selections  from  the  works  of  Guilmant,  Buck,  Smart,  G.  Ad.  Thoma.s,  Best, 
Freyer,  Richter,  Hesse,  Ritter  and  others. 

Exercises  in  playing  Church  Music,  Voluntaries,  accompanying  Choirs,  Registration,  etc., 
including  all  that  is  necessary  to  give  one  a  tliorougli  mastery  over  the  organ  for  Church  or  Con- 
cert use. 

VIOLIN. 

Pupils  receive  careful  instruction  as  to  the  correct  manner  of  holding  the  Violin,  using  the 
bow,  and  producing  a  good  tone. 

The  course  comprises,  besides  David's  School,  Etudes  by  Wichtel,  Kayser,  Kreutzer,  Prume, 
etc.,  with  selections  from  the  compositions  of  Alard,  Rode,  De  Beriot,  Spohr,  I.afont,  Sdiumanu, 
Schubert,  Weber,  Mozart  aud  Beethoven. 

Viola  and  Violoncello  are  also  taught,  and  pupils  who  are  sufficiently  advanced  in  the  study 
of  any  of  these  instruments  will  have  an  opportunity  for  practice  in  string  quartettes,  trios,  con- 
certos, and  the  Conservatory  Orchestra. 

The  length  of  time  necessary  tor  the  completion  ot  this  Course  cannot 
be  stated  definitely,  but  will  vary  from  three  to  five  years.  No  pupil  is  al- 
lowed to  enter  upon  the  last  year  in  any  department  of  music  who  has  not 
presented  to  the  Director  satisfactory  evidence  of  proficiency  in  the  funda- 
mental brandies  of  an  English  education. 

Weekly  rehearsals  are  given,  at  which  i)upils  who  are  competent  are 
expected  to  perform.  Pupils  must  furnish  or  rent  their  instruments  for 
practice.  Pianos  can  always  be  rented  in  town  at  reasonable  rates. 
Students  in  other  departments,  taking  lessons  in  music,  are  required  to 
make  their  arrangements  with  the  Director  of  the  Conservatory. 

Catalogues,  containing  full  particulars  concerningthis  department,  can 
be  ol)tained  Ijv  addressing  the  Director,  Prof.  F.  B.  Rice,  Oberlin,  Ohio. 


LECTURHS. 


In  addition  to  the  lectures  announced  in  the  Courses  of  Study.  Practical 
Lectures  on  General  Habits,  Methods  of  Study,  and  other  important  sub- 
jects, are  delivered  once  in  two  weeks  to  the  young  women,  by  the  Principal 
of  the  Ladies'  Department,  and  to  the  young  men  of  the  Preparatory 
Schools  bv  the  Principal  of  those  schools. 

A  lecture  is  given  in  the  College  Chapel  to  the  students  of  all  depart- 
ments each  Thursdav  afternoon.  These  lectures  cover  a  wide  variety  of 
topics,  and  are  delivered  in  turn  by  the  President  and  Professors,  aiul  by 
invited  speakers  from  abroad. 


^i^ti^al 


ADMISSION. 


The  educational  facilities  at  Oberlin  have  always  been  open  to  all 
applicants,  without  regard  to  sex  or  color.  The  student,  in  every  depart- 
ment, pursues  his  studies  in  his  private  room,  and  meets  with  his  class  in 
the  public  room  for  recitation.  No  arrangement  is  made  for  those  who 
have  not  sufficient  maturity  and  self-control  to  study  profitably  under  these 
conditions.  Both  sexes  recite  in  the  same  classes  when  pursuing  the  same 
studies. 

Candidates  for  admission  to  any  of  the  departments  must  bring  testi- 
monials of  good  character ;  and  those  coming  from  other  institutions  must 
bring  a  certificate  of  honorable  cUsmission.  None  are  admitted  to  full  mem- 
bership until  they  have  honorably  passed  a  probation  of  six  months.  None 
will  be  received  under  sixteen  years  of  age,  unless  committed  to  the  care  of 
some  approved  resident  of  the  place ;  nor  any  under  fourteen,  except  by 
special  arrangement  with  the  Faculty. 

KEGULATIONS. 

The  regulations  of  the  Institution  are  few  and  simjile,  api)ealing  to  the 
student's  self-respect  and  personal  responsibilitj'.  He  is  required  to  abstain 
from  the  use  of  tobacco  and  intoxicating  drinks.  Secret  societies  are  not  al- 
lowed in  connection  with  the  College.  No  student  is  allowed  to  \'isit  one  of 
the  other  sex  at  a  private  room,  except  by  special  permission  m  case  of  se- 
vere sickness. 

RELIGIOUS  EXERCISES. 

All  students  are  required  to  attend  church  twice  on  the  Sabbath,  and  to 
attend  daily  prayers  in  the  evening  at  the  Chapel,  and  in  the  morning  with 
the  families  in  which  they  board.  Everj-  class  has  a  weekly  exercise  in  the 
English  Bible,  which  all  are  required  to  attend. 

There  is  a  weekly  prayer-meeting  on  Monday  evening  for  all  young  peo- 
ple, conducted  by  the  students ;  and  a  weekly  prayer-meeting  for  each  class, 
conducted  by  one  of  the  teachers. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

At  the  close  of  each  term  the  classes  are  examined  in  the  studies  of  that 
term,  and  at  the  end  of  the  year  there  are  general  examinations,  oral  and 
written,  in  all  departments. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  57 


Every  recitation  and  examination  is  marked,  and  a  reconl  is  ki'pt  l.\-  tlie 
Facnlty  of  the  attainments  of  each  student,  and  also  of  his  dehnqiiencies. 
Information  concerning  his  progress  and  deportment  is,  when  re<]iiested, 
communicated  to  the  parent  or  guardian. 

DEGREES  AND  DIPLOMAS. 

The  degree  of  Bachelor  of  Divinity  is  conferred  upon  the  graduates  of  the 
Department  of  Theology;  that  of  Bachelor  of  Arts  upon  the  graduates  of 
the  Classical  and  Scientific  Course  in  the  Department  of  Philosophy  and  the 
Arts. 

The  degree  of  Master  of  Arts  is  conferred  upon  any  Bachelor  of  Arts  of 
three  or  more  years  standing,  who  has  been  engaged  in  literary  or  scientific 
pursuits,  and  has  sustained  a  good  moral  character. 

Diplomas,  certifying  the  successful  completion  of  the  presfril)ed  couree 
of  study,  are  given  to  the  graduates  of  the  Literary  Course  in  the  Depatment 
of  Philosophy  and  the  Arts,  and  to  the  gradiiates  of  the  Conservatory  (A 
Music. 

LIBRAPJES. 

The  Libraries  connected  with  the  College  number  over  fifteen  thousand 
volumes,  and  are  constantly  receiving  additions.  They  are  made  doubly 
valuable  to  students  by  the  counsel  and  assistance  of  a  very  competent  libra- 
rian. 

CABINETS. 

The  Cabinets  in  Geology  and  Natural  History  amjily  illustrate  the 
branches  of  Mineralogy,  Lithological  Geology,  Palaeontology,  Archaeology, 
Radiate  Life,  American  and  Foreign  Shells  and  Insects,  and  many  branches 
of  Vertebrate  Life.  Extensive  and  valuable  additions  have  been  recently 
made  to  these  collections. 

CHEMICAL  LABORATORY. 

Ample  facilities  are  afibrded  students  for  Special  Study  in  Chemistry. 
The  Laboratories  are  well  equipped  with  i-onveniences— furnished  woi-k- 
tables,  water  and  gas  supplies,  fine  balances  and  apparatus  for  both  gi'ueral 
and  special  analytical  Avork.  Students  pursuing  the  General  Course  in 
Chemistry  may  in  addition  elect  the  Experimental  Course  in  hdioniton/ 
Practice,  using  Eliot  &  Storer's  3Ianual.  The  second  term  in  Chemistry, 
elective  to  members  of  the  Junior  class,  is  devoted  to  general  (iualitativr 
Analysis.  Special  and  post-graduate  students  desiring  to  imisuf  a  furtlier 
course  in  advanced  chemical  work,  can  do  so  by  arrangement  with  tlie  Pro- 
fessor of  Chemistry. 

The  facilities  afforded  in  the  pursuit  of  Mineralogy  arc:  an  extensive 
Mineralogical  cabinet,  a  large  collection  of  crystal  nuxlels,  and  convenient 
blowpipe  tables  furnished   with  the  ])est  apparatus. 


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NORMAL  SCHOOL. 

A  seven  weeks'  course  of  instruction  for  teachers  will  be  entered  upon 
September  4,  1880.  Classes  in  all  the  studies  required  in  the  County  Exam- 
inations, will  be  conducted  by  experienced  instructors,  and  lectures  given  by 
prominent  educators.  Fee  for  this  course,  six  dollars.  Circulars  with  fuller 
information  will  be  sent  upon  application  to  Prof.  George  H.  White. 

PENMANSHIP. 

Arrangements  are  made  to  furnish  instruction  in  Penmanship,  under 
a  permanent  and  approved  teacher.  A  pleasant  and  commodious  room  in 
Tappan  Hall  is  devoted  to  classes  in  writing.  For  terms  see  table  of  extra 
charges,  or  address  the  Instructor  in  Penmanship. 

GYMNASIUMS. 

The  College  has  two  well-equipped  gymnasiums— one  for  young  men 
and  one  for  young  women — in  which  students  are  required  to  take  exercise 
with  their  respective  classes,  unless  excused  l)ecause  of  manual  labor. 

FACILITIES  FOR  SELF-SUPPORT. 

The  College  does  not  furnish  manual  labor  to  students.  Diligent  and 
faithful  young  men  can  usually  find  employment  in  the  village,  with  satis- 
factory compensation,  for  all  the  time  that  they  can  profitably  spare  from 
their  studies.  A  large  number  of  the  students  earn  enough  from  term  to 
term  to  meet  a  great  part  of  their  expenses — by  working  at  trades,  doing 
chores  at  private  houses,  taking  care  of  gardens,  sawing  wood,  teaching  school 
in  vacation,  etc.,  etc.  A  few  young  men  find  work  in  the  care  of  the  col- 
lege buildings.  Occasionally  a  student  by  rigid  economy  and  hard  work  is 
able  to  meet  all  of  his  expenses,  while  studying,  from  his  earnings  But  in  such 
case  his  health  or  his  studies  are  almost  sure  to  suffer.  No  one  should  come, 
even  for  one  term,  expecting  to  support  himself,  without  at  least  twenty-five 
dollars  at  his  command  to  use  as  needed.  No  student  suffers  in  social  posi- 
tion or  class  favor  because  he  is  self-supporting.  Special  arrangements  are 
made  so  that  those  students  who  are  ol^liged  to  teach  in  tlie  Winter,  can 
make  up  the  studies  of  the  Winter  term  in  the  Summer  vacation,  under  the 
instruction  of  members  of  the  Faculty.  Free  tuition  is  furnished  to  a  limited 
number  of  self-supporting  students,  and  the  College  has  funds  for  otherwise 
aiding  certain  classes  of  needy  students,  to  some  extent.  But  the  chief  ad- 
vantage it  can  offer  indigent  students  is  the  very  low  rate  at  which  all  its  facil- 
ities are  afforded. 

LADIES'  DEPARTMENT. 

Young  women  in  all  the  departments  of  study  are  under  the  supervision 
of  the  Principal  of  the  Ladies'  Department,  and  the  management  of  the 
Ladies'  Board.  They  are  required  to  be  in  their  rooms  after  eight  o'clock  in 
the  evening  during  the  Spring  and  Summer  months,  and  after  half-past  seven 
during  the  Fall  and  AVinter  months. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  59 


Every  young  woman  is  required  to  present,  once  in  two  weeks,  a  written 
report  of  her  observance  and  her  faihires  in  the  observance  of  the  regulations 
of  the  department,  signed  by  the  matron  of  the  family  in  which  she  boards. 
These  reports,  together  with  the  marks  of  her  recitations,  are  recorded  by  the 
Principal,  and  are  open  at  all  times  for  the  inspection  of  the  Faculty,'  the 
Ladies'  Board,  and  all  friends  interested. 

ROOMS  AND  BOARD. 

Rooms  and  table  board  can  be  hud  in  the  college  buildings  or  in  jirivate 
famiUes  as  preferred.  The  Ladies'  Hall  has  rooms  for  eighty  young  women, 
and  a  boarding  hall  for  the  accommodation  of  its  occupants  and  of  gentlemen 
rooming  elsewhere.  It  is  a  fine  brick  building,  with  pleasant  grounds,  and 
easy  of  access  to  the  recitation  rooms.  The  Principal  of  the  Ladies'  Depart- 
ment makes  her  home  here.  Each  room  is  intended  for  two  occupants.  It 
has  a  closet  attached,  and  is  furnished  with  inside  blinds,  air-tight  wood 
stove,  bedstead,  spring  bed,  husk  mattress,  carpet,  wash-stand,  chairs,  non- 
explosive  lamp,  and  other  necessary  furniture  except  bedding.  Tlie  latter 
the  occupant  furnishes  herself;  or,  if  desired,  she  can  rent  it  on  reasonable 
terms  from  the  Steward.  Each  lady  also  furnishes  her  own  towels  and  table 
napkins.  Room  rent  in  the  Hall  is  llO.oO  a  term  for  each  pei-son.  Tiiis  pays, 
also,  for  lights,  the  privileges  of  the  house,  and  the  care  of  an  excellent  nurse 
in  any  ordinary  sickess.  Fuel  |is  furnished — delivered  m  the  room — as  re- 
cpiired,  the  charge  being  according  to  the  amount  consumeil.  Xo  room  will 
be  considered  engaged  for  any  term,  unless  two  dollars  has  been  j)aid  in  ad- 
vance on  rent.  This  sum  will  be  forfeited  if  the  room  is  not  taken,  unless 
written  notice  is  given  to  Mr.  R.  Hatch,  Steward  of  the  Hall,  two  weeks  be- 
fore the  opening  of  the  term.  Any  one  leaving  before  the  end  of  the  term 
will  not  be  entitled  to  a  return  of  any  part  of  the  money  paid  for  njom  rent. 
Room  rent  is  payable  each  term  in  advance  and  table  board  each  half  term 
in  advance,  to  the  Steward  of  the  Lathes'  Hall.  Applications  for  admission 
to  the  Hall  should  be  made  to  the  Principal  of  the  Ladies'  Department.  Ap- 
plicants should  state  their  age,  state  of  health,  previous  attainments,  etc. 
Those  who  are  admitted  will  be  seasonably  notified.  Young  women  purpos- 
ing to  live  in  private  families  are  expected  to  consult  the  Prijicipal  before  en- 
gaging their  boarding  places.  Yoimg  women  are  allowed  to  board  tiiem- 
selves,  by  making  arrangements  with  the  Principal  beforehand. 

Rooms  for  young  men,  in  Tappan  Hall,  are  furnished  with  stove,  table, 
chairs,  wash-stand  and  bedstead.  The  charge — for  two  rooms — wlien  occu- 
pied by  only  one  person,  is  . to. 00  a  term ;  when  occupied  by  two  i)ers(.)ns, 
?3.00  each.  Bedding  and  other  articles  of  furniture  can  be  rented  at  a  small 
additional  charge.  Xone  but  students  in  the  Theological  Department  are 
allowed  to  occupy  rooms  in  Council  Hall. 

Living  expenses  vary  somewhat  with  the  cost  of  provisions.  Students 
who  are  willing  to  live  plainly,  can  live  at  as  low  cost  and  as  well,  for  the 
money,  as  in  any  other  college.  At  present,  table  board  at  the  Ladies'  Hall 
is  $2.45  i)er  week,  making  cost  of  room  and  boar<l  at  Ladies'  Hall  ahout  S:>.2o 


60  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


per  week.  The  charge,  to  young  men,  for  rooms  in  Tappan  Hall,  with  board 
at  the  Ladies'  Hall,  is  82.95  per  week.  In  private  families,  table  board  and 
furnished  rooms  range  in  price,  according  to  quality,  fi'om  $2.50  to  $4.00  per 
week,  fuel  and  lights  extra.  There  is  no  difficulty  in  securing  board  and 
rooms  at  any  time  of  the  year. 

RAILWAY  FARES— REDUCED  RATES. 

Arrangements  have  l^een  made  with  the  Lake  Shore  &  ^Michigan  South- 
ern Railway,  h\  which  students  Mashing  to  make  vacation  visits  home  can 
procure  round  trip  tickets  from  Oberlin  to  any  point  on  that  road  between 
Buffalo  and  Chicago,  or  to  any  point  on  its  branch  lines  to  Oil  City,  Pa., 
Youngstown,  0.,  Detroit,  Lansing,  and  Grand  Rapids,  Mich.,  and  return,  at 
the  special  rate  of  two  cents  a  mile. 

EXPENSES. 

The  following  table  exhibits  a  careful  estimate  of  the  necessary  ex- 
penses for  a  term  of  thirteen  weeks,  in  any  department  except  the  Theo- 
logical, in  w^hich  there  is  no  charge  for  tuition,  room  rent  or  use  of  Library. 
Thorough  instruction  in  Yocal  Music  is  free  to  all.  Tuition,  incidentals,  and 
all  extra  charges  are  paya]:)le  each  term  in  a<Ivance.  Second-hand  text-books 
can  usually  be  purchased  at  the  book-stores  at  largely  reduced  prices. 

Tuition,  or  rent  of  Scholar.ship S3  00        S3  00 

Incidentals,  (including  use  of  Library  and  Gymnasium) 7  00  7  00 

Board,  S1.75  to  S3.00  per  week 22  7.5  to  39  00 

Room  Rent 3  25  to  13  00 

Lights  and  Washing 5  00  to    8  00 

Books  and  Stationery 3  00  to    6  00 

Fuel 3  00  to    6  00 

$47  00      $82  00 
EXTRA  CHARGES. 

Laboratory  Practice So  00 

Qualitative  Analysis 10  00 

Mineralogy  and  Blowpipe  Analysis 5  00 

Piano 15  00 

Organ 15  00 

Cultivation  of  the  Voice 15  00 

Violin,  Viola  or  Violoncello 15  00 

Harmony 6  00 

Use  of  Instrument,  one  liour  per  day S2  00 — 3  00 

Use  of  Musical  Library 100—3  00 

Oil  Painting,  with  use  of  Models,  thirty  lessons 10  00 

Water  Colors 6  00 

Crayon  Drawing,  lifty  lessons 7  00 

Perspective  Drawing 6  00 

French  or  German,  except  in  the  Regular  Courses 5  00 

Penmanship,  one  term,  one  hour  a  day 5  00 

Penmanship,  one  month,  constant  practice 6  00 

Full  Course  in  Practical,  or  Ornamental,  Penmanship,  each 20  00 

Full  Course  in  Vioth  styles 30  00 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  oi 


LOCATIOX  AND  SUREOUNDING.S. 

The  College  is  located  at  Oberlin,  Lorain  county,  Ohio,  a  pleasant  an<l 
healthful  village  of  nearly  four  thousand  inhabitants,  thirty  miles  west  of 
Cleveland.  Situated  on  the  Lake  Shore  and  Michigan  Southern  Railway,  it 
is  easily  accessible  from  all  parts  of  the  country.  The  place  was  founded  as 
a  home  for  the  College,  and  the  piipulation  consists  chiefly  of  those  who  have 
been  drawn  there  by  educational  attractions.  This  gives  it  a  special  atmo.s- 
l)here  of  culture  and  good  order,  while  as  a  home  for  students  it  is  remark- 
ably free  from!  the  temptations  and  dangers  often  surrounding  school  life. 
There  ar-e  no  drinking  saloons  in  town.  But  those  who  seek  l)ad  comi>any 
will  find  it — or  make  it — anywhere,  and  the  College  does  not  offer  itself  as  a 
reformatory  for  young  people  who  are  too  wayward  for  home  restraints.  The 
churches  of  the  place  consist  of  two  Congregational — numbering  some  six 
hundred  members  each — two  Methodist,  one  Protestant  Episcopal,  and  one 
Baptist.     Each  student  attends  the  church  of  his  choice. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

A  student  can  enter  at  any  time,  but  it  is  specially  desirable  to  be  pres- 
ent, if  possible,  at  the  opening  of  the  term.  No  money  is  refunded  to  a  stu- 
dent who  leaves  Ijefore  the  close  of  the  term,  except  in  cases  where  one  is 
excused  from  his  classes,  within  two  weeks  of  the  opening  of  the  term,  on 
account  of  his  own  sickness,  in  which  event  a  part  of  his  term  bills  will 
be  refunded.  A  student  taking  a  regular  course,  and  absent  for  a  full  term, 
is  required  to  pay  the  tuition  fee  for  that  term,  if  he  maintains  his  standing 
with  his  class. 

Students  who  do  not  wish  to  take  a  full  course,  can  select  such  studies 
in  any  department  as  they  are  prepared  to  pursue  to  advantage. 

Opportunities  are  afibrded  by  the  lecture  courses,  that  are  kept  up 
through  the  most  of  the  college  year,  to  hear  the  best  lecturers  in  the  laud  ; 
and  choice  musical  entertainments  are  furnished,  from  time  to  time,  in  con- 
nection wdth  the  Conservatory. 

Letters  of  inquiry  may  )je  addressed  to  the  Secretary  of  the  College,  Mr. 
J.  B.  T.  Marsh,  Oberlin,  Ohio. 


TABULAR  VIEW  OF  THE  EXERCISES 

IN  THE 

DEPARTMENT  OF  PHILOSOPHY  AND  THE  ARTS, 


FOR  THE  YEAR  1879-80. 


FALL    TERM  . 


8—9. 


9—10. 


10—11 


11—12. 


s 


Freshman Greek Geometry iLatin 

Sophomore Calculus Latin |German 

Junior sLatin ^French JLogic 

Senior iMineralogy jGreek iGeology 

First  Year [ Geometry Physical  Geography 

Second  Year.. .'Outlines  of  History ..jLatin iTrigonometry 

Third  Year JGerman Logic 

Fourth  Year..  Geology 'Hist'y  of  Civiliza'n..! 


Greek 

Astronomy , 

Mental  Philosophy. 
Latin 


Astronomy 

Mental  Philosopliy. 


Saturday. — Freshman,  Bible  Exercise  instead  of  Latin  ;  First  Ye.\r,  Bible  Exercise  instead  of 
Pliysical  Geograpliy ;  Soi'homore,  Bil)le  Exercise  instead  of  Greek;  Second  Year,  Bible  Exer- 
cise instead  of  Trigonometry  ;  Junior  and  Third  Year,  Bible  Exercise  instead  of  Logic  ;  Senior 
and  I'^ourth  Ye.vr,  Bible  Exercise  instead  of  Mental  Pliilosopliy. 

WINTER  TERM. 


8—9. 


9—10. 


10—11. 


11—12. 


j3 


Freshman 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

First  Year 

Second  Year. 
Third  Year... 
Fourth  Year. 


Meclianics 

Greek ,.... 

Modern  History.. 
History  of  Ronae., 

Mechanics i  Frencli . 

German iZoology 

Modern  History JButler's  Analogy.. 


Algebra 

Latin 

Zoology 

Butler's  Analogy.. 
Geometry 


Latin 

German 

Desc'tive  Geometry. 
English  Literature... 

Latin 

Latin 


English  Literature... 


Greek 

Evid'cesand  Rhet'c. 

Chemistry 

Moral  Philosophy  ... 


Evid'cesand  Rhet'c. 

Chemistry 

Moral  Philosophy ... 

Saturday. — Freshman,  Bible  Exercise  instead  of  Algebra ;  Fir.st  Year,  Bible  Exercise  instead 
111:  Geometry;  Sophomore  and  Second  Year,  Bible  Exercise  instead  of  Mechanics;  Junior  and 
Third  Ye.\k,  Bible  Exercise  instead  of  Zoology;  Senior  and  Fourth  Ye.vr,  Bible  Exercise  in- 
stead of  Moral  Philosophy. 

SPRING  TERM. 


8—9. 

9—10. 

10—11. 

11-12. 

Freshman 

Latin 

Trigonometry 

Greek 

A 

Sophomore Greek 

(ierman 

Botany 

Natural  Philosoi^hy. 

^r^ 

Junior Civil  Engineering  ... 

Senior ' 

Chemistry 

Latin 

Mental  Philosophy.. 
Political  Economy... 

Tin 

Lectures  on  Art 

Science  of  Govern' t. 
Latin 

Phvsioloev 

First  Year lAlgebra 

Latin 

Second  Ye.\r    French 

Botany 

Natural  Philosophy. 
Mental  Philosophv.. 

- 

Third  Year.. ..[English  Classics 

Fourth  Year.,' 

German 

H 

Lectures  on  Art 

Physiology 

Political  Econoui}'... 

Saturday. — Freshmen,  Bible  Exercise  instead  of  Greek;  First  Year,  Bible  Exercise  instead  of 
Latin;  Sophomore  and  Second  Ye.vr,  Bible  Exerei.se  instead  of  Natural  Philosophy;  Junior 
and  Third  Year,  Bible  Exercise  instead  of  Mental  Philosophy  ;  Senior  and  Fourth  Year,  Bi- 
ble Exercise  instead  of  Political  Econoiuj' . 


Rhetorical  E^sercises  through  the  year  on  Monday.  First  Year  and  Second  YEARfi-om 
2  tu  4  1'.  M.;  Fresh.man,  .Sophomore,  Junior  and  Third  Year,  from  10  to  12  a.  m.;  Senior  and 
FoT'RTH  Year,  from  1  to  3  p.  m. 


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TERMS  AND  VACATIONS. 
1879. 

Fall  Term  begins Tuesday,  Sept.  2. 

Winter  Vacation  begins Tuesday,  Nov.  25. 

Winter  Term  begins Tuesday,  Dec.  2. 

x88o. 

Spring  Vacation  begins Saturday,  Feb.  28. 

Spring  Term  begins Tuesday,  March  9. 

Summer  Vacation  begins Thursday,  June  10. 

Fall  Term  begins Tuesday,  Aug.  31. 


PUBLIC  OCCASIONS. 
1880. 

Junior  Exhibition Friday,  March  19. 

Union  Exhibition  of  the  Ladies'  Literary  Societies Wednesday,  May  2rt. 

Exhibition  of  the  Senior  Preparatory  Class Wednesday,  June  2. 

Exhibition  of  the  Conservatory  of  Music. Thursday,  June  3. 

Address  to  the  Theological  Alumni Friday,  June  4. 

Commencement,  Department  of  Theology Saturday,  June  5. 

Baccalaureate  Sermon Sunday,  June  6. 

Address  before  the  Missionary  Society Sunday,  June  (5. 

Union  Exhibition  of  the  College  Societies Monday,  June  7. 

Address  before  the  Literary  Societies Monday,  June  7. 

Commencement,  Literary  Course Tuesday,  June  8. 

Address  before  the  Society  of  Alumni Tuesday.  June  8. 

Commencement,  Classsical  and  Scientific  Course Wednesday,  .luiu'  9. 


CATALOGUE 


Officers  and  Students 


Oberlin  College, 


COLLEGE  YEAR 


1880-81. 


CLEVELAND,  OHIO: 

LEADER    PRINTING    COMPANY,     I46   SUPERIOR    STREET. 

1880. 


BOARD   OF  TRUSTEES. 


Rev.  JAMES   H.   FAIRCHILD,   President. 

TERM  EXPIRES  1881. 

J.  G.  W.  COWLES Clevelanu. 

GEORGE  B.   DELAMATEK Meadvili.e,  Pa. 

WILLIAM  SUMNER Cincinnati. 

T.  L.   NELSON Elyria. 

TERM  EXPIRES  1882. 

JAMES  MONROE Oberlin. 

J.  E.  INGERSOLI Cleveland. 

J.  D.  COX Cincinnati. 

DAN  P.   EELLS Cleveland. 

TERM  EXPIRES  1883. 

E.  J.   GOODRICH Oberlin. 

E.  C.   SESSIONS COLU.MBUS. 

L.  C.   WARNER,   M.D New  York. 

ISAAC  STONE Nori  hampion,   Mass. 

TER.M  EXPIRES  1884. 

Rev.   R.  G.   HUTCHINS Columbus. 

E.  W.  METCALE Elvria. 

J.  E.  MARSHALL  Sanduskv. 

G.   HENRY  WHITCOMB Worcester,  xMass. 

TERM  EXPIRES  1885. 

Rev.  MICHAEL  E.   STRIEBY Newark,  N.  J. 

URIAH  THOMPSON Oberlin. 

Rev.   henry  COWLES Oberlin. 

Rev.  WILLIAM  B.   BROWN Orange,  N.  J. 

TERM  EXPIRES  1886. 

Rev.  SAMUEL  WOLCOTT Cleveland. 

A.  B.  NETTLETON Minneapolis,   Minn. 

Rev.   WOLCOTT  B.   WILLIAMS Charlotte,  Mich. 

SETH  H.  SHELDON Clevklanm. 


iJ 


PRUDENTIAL  COMMITTEE. 


Pres.  f.  H  FAIRCHILI).  Prof.  JOHN  M.  EI, LIS, 

Rev.  henry  COWLES,  E.  J.  flOODRICM, 

URIAH  THOMPSON.  J.  R.  T.  MARSH. 

Prof.  G.   W.  SHURTEEFF. 


J.  B.  1.  MARSH,  Secretary  and  Trfa-mrek. 


Rev.  G.  p.  KTATBAEL,  Fina.nciai.  Secretary. 


LADIES'  BOARD  OF  MANAGERS. 


Mrs.  a.  a.  F.  JOHNSTON,  Mrs.  J.   AUGl'STA  SMnil. 

Mrs.  REBECCA  FINNEY,  Mrs.  MARY  H.  SHUR  lEEFF. 

Mrs.  MINERVA  F.  ELLIS,  Mrs.   HELEN  M.  RICE. 

Mrs.  ELIZABETH  S.  MEAD,  Mr:,.  M.  J.  P.    HATCH. 


FACULTY. 


Rev.  JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,    President, 

PROFESSOR  OF  THEOLOGY  ANI)  MORAL  PHILOSOPHY. 
FINNEY  PROFESSORSHIP. 


Rev.  JOHN  MORGAN, 

EMERITUS    PROFESSOR  OF  NEW  TESTA.MENT  LITERATURE  AND  BIBLICAL  THEOLOGY. 


Rev.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS, 

PROFESSOR  OF  MENTAL  PHILOSOPHY  AND  RHETORIC. 
STONE  PROFESSORSHIP. 


Rev.  CHARLES  H.  CHURCPHLL, 

PROFESSOR  OF  MATHEMATICS  AND  NATURAL  PHILOSOPHY. 


Rev.   JUDSON  SMITH, 

PROFESSOR  OF  CHURCH   HISTORY  AND    POSITIVE    INSTITUTIONS,    AND    LECTURER 
ON  MODERN    HISTORY, 


GILES  W.  SHURTLEFF,  A.  M., 

PROFESSOR  OF  THE  LATIN  LANGUAGE   AND   LITERATURE. 

Rev.  HIRAM  MEAD, 

PROFESSOR  OF  SACRED  RHETORIC   AND    PASTORAL    THEOLOGY. 
HOLBROOK  PROFESSORSHIP. 

FENELON  B.  RICE,  D.  M., 

PROFESSOR  OF  MUSIC. 

ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT,  A.  M.,  Ph.  B., 

PROFESSOR  OF  GEOLOGY  AND  NATURAL    HISTORY. 

JAMES  K.   NEWTON,  A.  M., 

PROFESSOR  OF  THE  GERMAN  AND  FRENCH  LANGUAGES  AND    LITERATURES. 
FREDRIKA  BREMER  HULL  PROFESSORSHIP. 


GEORGE  H.  WHITE,  A.  M., 

PRINCIPAL  OF  THE  PREPARATORY    DEPARTMENT,   AND    PROFESSOR    OF 
ANCIENT    LANGUAGES. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


Rev.   WILLIAM  G.  BALLANTINE, 

PROFESSOR  OF  OLD  TESTAMENT  LANGUAGE   AND  LITERATURE. 

Rev.  SAMUEL  H.  LEE, 

PROFESSOR  OF  POLITICAL  ECONOMY,  AND  FINANCIAL  SECRETARY. 

WILLIAM  G.  FROST,  A.  M., 

PROFESSOR  OF  THE  GREEK  I.ANGt'AGE  AND  IITERATfRE. 

FRANK  F.  JEWETT,  A.  M., 

ACTING  PROFESSOR  OF  CHEMISTRY  AND   MINERALOGY. 

Rev.  A.   HASTINGS  ROSS, 

SPECIAL  LECTI'RER  ON    CHURCH  POLITY. 

ELISHA  GRAY,  A.  M.,   Ph.  D., 

PROFESSOR  OF    DYNAMIC    ELECTRICITY. 

LYMAN  B.  HALL.  A.  M., 

TUTOR  IN    GREEK. 

HENRY  C.  KING,   A.  B  , 

TUTOR    IN    LATIN. 

■       .  JOHN  F.  PECK,  A.  M., 

TUTOR    IN    LATIN. 

HENRY  L.  BATES,  A.  B., 

TEACHER    OF    GRAMMAR. 

CHARLES  B.  MARTIN,  A.  B., 

TEACHER  OF    LATIN. 

FRANK  M.  DAVIS, 

INSTRUCTOR  IN  PIANO  AND   VIOLIN. 

WILLIAM  B.  CHAMBERLAIN,  A.  M., 

INSTRUCTOR    IN  VOCAi.    MUSIC 

CHARLES  W.  MORRISON, 

INSTRUCTOR    IN     PIANO-FORTE. 


OBERLTN  COLLEGE. 


URIAH  McKEE, 

INSTRUCTOR     IN    PENMANSHIP. 


Mrs.  a.  a.  F.  JOHNSTON,  A.  M., 

PRINCIPAL  OF  THE  LADIES"  DEPARTMENT,   AND    INSTRUCTOR  IN    HISTORY. 


Miss  MARY  M.   WRIGHT,  A.  M., 

ACTING  ASSISTANT  PRINCIPAL  OF  THE    LADIKS'    DEPARTMBNT. 


Miss  EMILY  PATTERSON,  A.  M., 

TUTOR    IN    MATHEMATICS. 


Miss  L.  CELESTIA  WATTLES, 

INSTRUCTOR  IN  PIANO    AND    HARMONY. 


Mrs.   HELEN  M.  RICE, 

INSTRUCTOR  IN    VOCAL    MUSIC. 


Miss  ANNA  M.  WYETT, 

INSTRUCTOR  IN    PAINTING. 


Rev.  henry  MATSON, 


LIBRARIAN. 


11)0 


pr|lm^nl  ofi  S^Bnlog^, 


FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.   FAIRCHILD,  President. 
JOHN  MORGAN.  JUDSON  SMITH. 

HIRAM  MEAD.  WILLIAM  G.   BALLANTINE. 


STUDENTS. 


SENIOR  CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

William  Eld  Archib.-vld Edinburgh,  Scotland,  6  Council  Hall. 

Dalhousie  College, 

iREN.tus  J.   Atwood Oberlin  39  North  Main  st. 

Ripon  College,   1878. 

Joseph  Fletcher  Bacon Oberlin 4  West  st. 

oberlin  College, 

Henry  Liberty  Bates Plymouth,  Neb 25  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1S76. 

Chauncey  Marvin  Cady Oberlin 4  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1877. 

William  Benton  Chamberlain,  Oberlin. 8  West  Lorain  st. 

Oberlin  College,   1875. 
Llci.\n  Ed.mond  Danks Oberlin 11  West  Lorain  st. 

William  Edwards  Fay Springfield 35  J^  North  Main  st. 

Marietta  College,  1878. 

Marcus  Bell  Fuller Nelson 10  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1878. 

William  Andrew  Hobhs Oberlin 19  West  Lorain  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1876. 

Thomas  Andrews  Hu.mphreys,  Delphos 4  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  ■  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Benjamin  Albert  Imes Van  Wert,  Pa 27  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1877. 

Charles  Beebe  Martin Oberlin 21  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1876. 

Irving  Wight  Metcalf Elyria i  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1878. 

Martyn  Luther  Stimpson Norwich,   Vt 14  Council  Hall. 

Dartmouth  College,   1878. 

Wesley  Meyers  Stover Lisle,  111 31  West  College  st. 

Oberlin  College,   1878. 

Seniors 16. 


MIDDLE  CLASS. 
George  Eugene  Albrecht Springfield 22  Council  Hall. 

Military  Academy,  Berlin,  Germany,   1873.  ' 

John  Henry  Hull Oberlin 16  S.  Professor  st. 

Oberlin  College, 

Henry  Churchill  King Hillsdale,  Mich 32  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1879. 

Howard  Wiegner  Kriebel .Hereford,  Pa 8  Council  Hall. 

Kutztown  Normal  School,   1876. 

Horace  Sumner  Lyman Forest  Grove,  Or 3  Council  Hall. 

Pacific  University,   1878. 

Arthur  Bradley  Peebles Mason,  Mich 10  Council  Hall. 

Michigan  Agricultural  College,   1S77. 

Alford  Brown  Penniman Woodburn,  111 33  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,   1879. 

Francis  Marion  Price Oberlin 48  Groveland  st. 

Charles  Daniel  Tenney Oberlin 31  Council  Hall. 

Dartmouth  College,   1878. 

Middles 9. 


OBERLm  COLLEGE. 


JUNIOR  CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  KOOMS. 

Henry  Royce   Bass West  Randolph,  Vt.... 14  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1879. 

William  Alfred  Bowen Oberlin 34  West  College  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1878. 

MORTIER  Acklix  Bullock Metamora,  Mich 47  West  College  st. 

Olivet  College,   1876. 

John  Sumner  Edmunds Oberlin 12  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  i88o. 

Richard  Bartlett  Esten S.  Attleboto,  .\l„b> 15  Council  Hall. 

Brown  University,  1880. 

Clarence  Ross  Gale Jamestown,  N.  Y 5  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1880. 

Edwin   Charles  Holman New  Ipswich,  N.  H...  2  Council  Hall. 

Dartmouth  College, 

Morgan  Pelagius  Jones Wilkesbarre,  Pa 9  Council  Hall. 

William  Jones Racine,  Wis 16  Council  Hall. 

Chicago  Normal  School,   1S80. 

Oramel  William  Lucas Canon  City,  Col 7  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1880. 

John  Richard  Nichols Reading,  N.  Y 28  Council  Hall. 

Oberlin  College,  1879. 

John  Fisher  Peck Oberlin 8  West  Lorain  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1875. 

Gregory  John  Powell Gueiph,  Ont 20  Council  Hall. 

Toronto  University, 

Henry  Lewis  Richardson Berlin,  Wis 26  Council  Hall. 

Wisconsin  University,  1880. 

William  Taylor Bangor,  Me 19  Council  Hall. 


James  Merton  Triffit Oberlin 12  North  Water  st. 

Baldwin  University. 

Juniors 16. 


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Classical  and  Scientific  Course, 


FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.   FAIRCHILD,  President. 
JOHN  M.  ELLIS.  JAMES  K.  NEWTON. 

CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL.  SAMUEL  H.  LEE. 

JUDSON  SMITH.  WILLIAM  G.  FROST. 

GILES  W.  SHURTLEFF,  FRANK  F.  JEWETT. 

ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT.  ELISHA  GRAY. 


STUDENTS. 


SENIOR  CLASS. 


RESIDENCES. 


^ 


Josi.\H  n.A.RL0W  Bellows Weeping  Water,  Neb..  2  Elmst. 

Julius  J.\cob  Bliss Bainbridge 36  West  Lorain  st. 

Elmer  Delazon  Bostwick Edinburgh 27  West  College  st. 

John  Charles  Bucklin Grand  Rapid? 6  College  Place. 

Edward  Payson  Churchill Oberlin 26  West  College  st. 

Charles  Elmer  Clark Oberlin 7  East  Mill  st. 

Alfred  Ely  Colton  Hudson,  Mich 50  Tappan  Hall. 

Willis  Franklin  Day Oberlin 20  North  Main  st. 

David  Edgar  French Oberlin 18  N.  Professor  st. 

Edward  Thompson  Harper Port  Byron,  111 14  West  Lorain  st. 

Charles  DeArmond  Harrison,  Granville,  111 4  Elm  st. 

James  Monroe  Henderson Evansville,  Ind 28  Forest  st. 

William  Owen  Jones Richville,  N.  Y 14  N.  Professor  st. 

Charles  Craig  Lev  an Shelbyville,  Mo 23  Elm  st. 

Robert  Scott  Lindsay Andover,  Mass. 20  West  College  st. 

Daniel  Magnus Red  Wing,  Minn 33  Tappan  Hall. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

11 

NAMES. 

RESIDENCES. 

ROOMS. 

Charles  Edwin  Newberry.... 

..Rochester,  Micb.... 

...14  N.  Professor  St. 

Edward  Waterous  Peck 

..Oberlin 

....   8  West  Lorain  St. 

Walter  Scott  Perry 

..Pulaski,  N.  Y 

....If  S.  Professor  st. 

Eddy  Herbert  Spoor 

..Dowagiac,   Micb.... 

....25  S.  Profes.sor  st. 

Sidney  Dix   Strong 

..Seville 

....   6  College  Place. 

Archibald  Eugene  Thomson. 

..Medina 

....14  West  Loram  st. 

William  James  Turner 

..Seville 

....14  N.  Profe.s.sor  .St. 

William  Jay  Vickery 

..Evansville,  InH 

....II  S.  Professor  st. 

Olive  Chatfield 

..Oberlin 

....   3  West  St. 

Harriet  Eliza  Cushman 

..Mattoon,  111 

...  25  N.  Professor  St. 

Lelia  E.  Johnson 

..Oberlin 

....25  N.  Professor  .St. 

Elizabeth  Adams  Nichols 

..Oberlin 

....13  East  Lorain  st. 

Seniors 

28. 

JUNIOR  CLASS. 

j         Almin  Franklin  Bartlett.... 

..Stamford,  N.  Y 

....53  N.  Professor  St. 

NF\VTn\'  WHTT\rARSH  Rates   . 

.East  Cleveland 

CoUepe  Chanel 

Dan  Freeman  Bradley 

.  Bangkok,  Siam 

...18  West  College  st. 

Arthur  William  Burt 

..Oberlin 

...   8  West  Lorain  st. 

Harry  Cake 

..Fostoria 

...20  West  College  st. 
...17  West  College  St.  ^ 

Charles  Henry  Claque 

.Dover 

William  Hamilton  Cowles  ... 

..Topeka,  Kas 

...69  North  Main  st. 

Paul  Drennan  Cravath 

..Nashville,  Tenn .... 

...  6  S.  Profe.ssor  st. 

Charles  Henry  Dye '. 

.Fort  Madison,  la  .. 

...Cabinet  Hall. 

Philip  Cady  Hayden 

.Hempstead,  N.  Y.. 

...20  West  College  St. 

Frank  Howe  Hill 

.Elyria 

...13  East  Lorain  st. 

Homer  Milton  Hill 

.  Seneca  ville 

...  6  S.  Profes.sor  si. 

Oliver  Earl  Hotchkiss 

.South  Kirtland 

..Oberlin 

...14  N.  Professor  St. 
...75  North  Main  st. 

John  Chas.  Fremont  Jackson, 

Charles  Albert  Judson 

.Berlin  Heights 

...  1 3  East  Lorain  st. 

Elmer  Wales  Matier 

.Brodhead,   Wis 

...  6  College  Place. 

Alfred  McCaskey 

.Sulphur  Springs.... 

...28  N.  Pleasant  st.  ' 

...                                 1 

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12                                          OBEBLIN  COLLEGE. 

NAMES. 

RESIDENCES. 

ROOMS. 

Joseph  Cephas  Mebane 

..Mebanesville.  N.  C 

..39  North  Main  st. 

Jamin  Seth  Morse 

..Brownhelm 

■  ■WA  W.  College  St. 

Lewis  Humphrey  Pounds 

..Oberlin 

..26  East  College  st. 

T    T   Ramsdell 

..Oberlin 

..35  West  College  st. 
..32  Tappan  Hall. 

George  Bartley  Reid 

..Monaghan,  Irelan  1. 

Lewis  Rogers  Scott 

..Wakeman 

..Cleveland 

..19  East  College  st. 
..57  Tappan  Hall. 

Arthur  Leon  Shumway 

Norman  Porter  Willard 

..Plain view,  Minn 

..  6  College  Place. 

Alfred  Augustus  Wood 

..West  Bend,  Wis 

..52  Tappan  Hall. 

SiNA  Emilia  Burt 

..Akron 

..II  Elm  St. 

Alice  Minerva  Cowles 

..Topeka,  Kas 

..69  North  Main  st. 

Eva  Lucinda  Emery 

..Prophetstown,  III.... 

..50  N.  Professor  St. 

Josephine  Laura  Fish 

..Berlin  Heights  

..Ladies' Hall. 

LiNA  Lee  Frayer 

..Carson 

..25  N.  Professor  st. 

Mary  Hubbell 

..Mt.  Vernon 

..Ladies'  Hall. 

Lucy  Adelaide  Hutchinos  .. 

..Oberlin 

..    7  Morgan  st. 

Minnie  Eliza  Maltby 

..Oberlin 

..48  West  College  st. 

Lizzie  Emma  Peck 

..Michigan  City,  Intl. 

..Ladies'  Hall. 

Juniors 

35- 

SOPHOMORE  CLASS. 

Samuel  Pettit  Alexander... 

..Marblehead 

..   3  Elm  St. 

Frank  George  IAlger 

..Manchester,  N.  H... 

..50  Tappan  Hall. 

Frank  Morton  Billings 

..Conneautville,  Pa.... 

. .   6  West  Lorain  st. 

Angelo  Randolph  Bonney.... 

..Bronson,  Mich 

..35  West  Lorain  st. 

Edward  Increase  Bosworth 

..Elgin,  111 

..13  East  Lorain  st. 

Herbert  Wendell  Boyd 

. .  Amesbury,  Mass 

..60  Tappan  Hall. 

Willard  Parsons  Boyd 

..Amesbury,  Mass 

..60  Tappan  Hall. 

Charles  DeWolf  Brower 

..Bloomfield,  N.  J 

..12  S.  Professor  st. 

Dalzell  Adelbert  Bunker.... 

..Colebrook 

.13  East  Lorain  st. 

Henry  Northrup  Castle 

..Honolulu,  H.  I 

..34  West  College  st. 

James  William  Dow 

..Cortland 

..  6  West  Lorain  st. 

.     ,                   ) 

OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


RESIDENCES. 


ROOMS. 


Lafayette  Asael  Edwards Oberlin 53  East  Lorain  st. 

James  Thome  Fairchild Oberlin 8  S.  Professor  st. 

Claudius  Buchanan  French. ..Oberlin 18  N.  Professor  st. 

James  Henry  Garnett Milledgeville,  Ga  34  Tappan  Hall. 

Charles  Dudley  Green Maiden,  111 12  S.  Professor  st. 

Charles  Willard  Hayes Hanover Society  Hall. 

Melvin  Elisha  Hedding Port  Henry,  N.  Y 6  West  Lorain  st . 

Alfred  Henry  Howard Chateaugay 2  S.  Professor  st. 

John  Leadingham,  Jr ...Hammond,  N.  Y 35  Tappan  Hall. 

Benjamin  Oliver  McMichael...  Ashley 34  West  College  st. 

George  Herbert  Mead Oberlin 9  Elm  st. 

William  Vernon  Metcalf Elyria 18  N.  Professor  st. 

Julian  Coats  Moore South  Toledo 45  West  College  st. 

Arthur  Thomas  Packard LaPorte,  Ind 6  College  Place. 

Charles  Walter  Purple Oberlin 36  North  Main  st. 

Alexander  Ormiston  SPENCE...East  Cleveland 8  N.  Pleasant  st. 

Clarence  Franklin  Swift Oberlin Mr.  Swift's. 

Merton  Edmond  Thompson Oberlin 29  Elm  st. 

Samuel  Cooley  Tuthill Middletown,  N.  Y 3  S.  Professor  st. 

Moses  Fleetwood  Walker Steubenville Park  House. 

Herbert  Franklin  Wilbor Oberlin 50  West  College  st. 

Alonzo  Dock  Woodworth- Irwin  Station Cabinet  Hall. 


Kate  Cordelia  Ford Cleveland 15  West  Lorain  st. 

Cora  Emma  Gannett Wellington 15  West  Lorain  st. 

Addie  Belle  Hawes Litchfield  Cor. ,  Me.  ...Ladies' Hall. 

Myra  Jane  Howes Mendota,  111 Ladies'  Hall. 

Josephine  Frances  Krogman... Boston,  Mas^ Ladies'  Hall. 

Janet  Huntington  McKelvey,  Sandusky Ladies'  Hall. 

Mary  Lucinda  Regai Oberlin 18  Forest  st. 

Anna  Mayo  Rich Elyria Ladies'  Hall. 

Florence  Helen  Tyler Warren Ladies'  Hall. 

Sophomores 42. 


14                                         OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

FRESHMAN  CLASS. 

• 

NAMES. 

RESIDENCES. 

ROOMS. 

Samuel  Arthur  Baldwin 

Allen  Stewart  Barber 

..Pittsfield 

...8 1  South  Main  St. 

..Mt.  Vernon 

...6 1  East  College  St. 

Edward  Benjamin  Burwell... 

..Mercer,  Fa 

...   5  Elm  St. 

William  Marvin  Cake 

..Fostoria 

...20  West  College  st. 

Clarence  HeNry  Carson 

..Woodburn,  111 

. , .  20  West  Lorain  st. 

Cyrus  Alonzo  Clark 

..Union,  111 

...31  East  College  st. 

Charles  John  Cole 

..Copopa 

...60  West  College  sL 

Orville  Lee  Cook 

..Lexington 

...French  Hall. 

Arthur  Stanley  Coutant... 

..New  London 

...II  Groveland  st. 

Ira  Oliver  Curtiss 

..Marengo,  111 

...36  North  Main  st. 

Leonidas  Howard  Davis 

..Kokomo,  Ind 

...  4  East  Lorain  st. 

Leeman  Canfield  Denton.... 

..Wakeman 

...45  West  College  st. 

Stephen  Sewall  Estey 

..Calais,  Me 

...  36  West  Lorain  st. 

Clayton  Warren  Ford 

..Findlay 

...45  East  College  st. 

Frank  Calvin  Freeman 

...Amherst 

....72  South  Main  st. 

Charles  M.  Hall 

...Oberlin 

. ... 34  East  College  st. 

Luther  Donnell  Hamilton.. 

...Clarksburgh,  Ind  .. 

...  12  West  Lorain  st. 

Sidney  Marsh  Haskell 

...North  Bloomfield.. 

...23  West  College  st. 

Barnabas  Haworth 

.. Armiesburgh,  Ind.. 

...   3  Elm  St. 

Edward  L.  Hotchkiss 

..South  Kirtland 

...14  N.  Professor  st. 

Ernest  Howard 

..Adrian,  Mich 

...French  Hall. 

Harry  Lincoln  Jackson Ft.  A.  Lincoln,  D.  T.,  49  West  College  st. 

Amos  Morrell  Kent Genoa 19  East  College  st. 

Francis  Mills  Koons Sulphur  Springs 7  S.  Profaesor  st. 

Gerald  Stanley  Lee Oberlin 51  East  College  st. 

James  Eli  McConnell Rock  Island,  111 College  Chapel. 

John  Jay  McKelvey Sandusky 3  Elm  .st. 

Charles  Howard  North Mansfield 36  West  College  st. 

Harry  Nyce Kingston,   Ind 12  West  Lorain  st. 

Clark  Henry  Nye Concord 36  West  College  st. 

James  P.   O'Brien Noel,  Nova  .Scotia 6  West  Lorain  st. 

Solon  Pierce  Powell Findlay 4  East  Lorain  st. 

Harry  Woodruff  Prouty Painesville 36  West  College  .st. 

AzARiAH  Smith  Root Dalton,  Mass 15  Forest  st. 

Charles  Whitfield  SANFORP...Geneseo,  111 7  Forest  st. 

Oliver  Perry  Scovell,  Jr Lewiston,  N.  V 18  West  College  st.  I 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


15 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Edwin  Samuel  Slater Aurelia,  la 36  West  Lorain  st. 

Charles  Henry  Soliek Stryker 19  West  Lorain  st. 

George  Franklin  Solier Stryker 8  N.  Pleasant  st. 

Willard  Frank  Smith Geneva,  HI 16  S.  Professor  st. 

William  Lincoln  Spook  Dowagiac,  Mich 25  S.  Professor  st. 

James  Sullivan Victory  Mills,  N.  \'... 25  West  College  st. 

Tully  McCrea  Talbot Westville 8  Forest  st. 

James  Allen  Thome Mattoon,  III 9  College  Place. 

John  James  Trible Rochester,  Vt 46  N.  Professor  st. 

Frank  Louis  VanCleek Wellington 10  Elm  st. 

Clarence  Augustus  Vincent. ..Chagrin  Falls 36  West  Lorain  st. 

George  Burnside  Waldron Owosso,  Mich 56  West  College  st. 

Oliver  Sheldon  Wells St.  Joseph,  Mo 15  Elm  st. 

William  Ira  Wells Peru,  Mass 51  Tappan  Hall. 


Mary  Lovina  Atwood Waupun,  Wis 8  Elm  st. 

Marie  Tracy  Brown Conneaut Ladies'  Hall. 

May  Medora  Carroll Fostoria 49  East  College  st. 

Effie  Chapman Huntington Ladies'  Hall. 

Mary  Eliza  Church New  York  City Ladies'  Hall. 

Ida  Alexander  Gibbs Oberlin 70  East  College  st. 

Stella  Belle  Hadden Sandusky Ladies'  Hall. 

Janie  Fitch  Hayford Oberlin 13  Forest  st. 

Carrie  May  Kinney Sandusky Ladies'  Hall. 

Lucy  Althea  Langdon Oberlin 25  S.  Professor  st. 

Anna  Mayo  Metcalf Elyria Ladies'  Hall. 

Sarah  Luella  Miner '. Tougaloo,  Miss Ladies' Hall. 

Alma  Sprague Wellington Ladies'  Hall. 

Della  May  Thomas Ravenna Ladies'  Hall. 

Etta  Leona  Thomas Ravenna Ladies'  Hall. 

Freshmen ^S- 


Literary  Course, 


FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.   FAIRCHILD,  President. 


JOHN  M.  ELLIS. 
CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL. 
JUDSON  SMITH. 
ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT. 
JAMES  K.   NEWTON. 


GEORGE  H.  WHITE. 
FRANK  F.  JEWETT. 
SAMUEL  H.  LEE. 
MRS.  A.  A.   F.  JOHNSTON. 
MISS  EMILY  PATTERSON. 


STUDENTS. 


FOURTH  YEAR. 

NAMES.  KESIDHNCBS. 

Abby  Jane  Adams  Boston,  Mass. 

Flora  Bell  Carpenter Oberlin. 

Martha  Louise  Clark .Cleveland. 

Frances  Melvin  Clarke Ml  Vernon. 

Eugenie  Cushing Huron. 

Julia  Brainard  Hall Oberlin. 

Emily  Brooks  Hall Oberlin. 

Anna  Louise  Hine Painesville. 

Emma  Frances  Jenkins Oberlin. 

Mary  Cornelia  Johnson ...Oberlin. 

Jessie  Maretta  Leonard Oberlin. 

Emma  Clarissa  Linsley Galion. 

Emily  Letitia  McCormick Cincinnati. 

Agnes  Leonora  Noble LaGrange. 

Adelaide  Luella  Packard LaPorte,  Ind. 

Jessie  Fidelia  Pounds Oberlin. 

Clara  Ellen  Porter  Smith  Warrensburg,  Mo. 

Fourth  Year 17, 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  17 


THIRD  YEAR. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Julia  Maria  Bacon Oberlin. 

Sarah  Cushman   Bateham Painesville. 

Mary  Alice  Beach Ruggles. 

Gertrude  Cassell Mt.  Vernon. 

LoiE  Abra  Childs Sandusky. 

Alice  Welch  Cowles Cleveland. 

Mary  Flagler  Cowles Cleveland. 

Hattie  Curtis Vermontville,  Mich. 

Agnes  Celicia  Goss Oberlin. 

Lizzie  Sarah  Gurney Chester  Cross  Roads. 

Harriet  Adella  Hitchcock North  East,  Pa. 

Mary  Lena  LaMoure Oberlin. 

Emma  Louisa  Palmer Fostoria- 

Mary  Evelyn  Percival Portville,  N.  Y." 

Ella  Elizabeth  Post Belleville. 

Sarah  Elizabeth  Reed Monticello.  111. 

Sophia  Adelphia  Smith Middlefield,  Mass. 

Emma  Hannah  Stoll Homestead,  Mich. 

Margaret  Diantha  Wells CJaridon. 

Agnes  White Willoughby. 

Belle  Ruth  Willey Spencer. 

Ella  Wilson ; Louisville,  Ky. 

Third  Year 22. 


SECOND  YEAR. 

Orielle  E.   Burgner Fremont. 

Celia  Owen  Clemans North  Dover. 

Clara  Ida  Cooley Farmington,  la. 

Mary  Elmira  Dickinson Randolph. 

Helen  Louise  Grimes Manst^eld. 

Sarah  Emily  Hall ;. Homestead,  Mich. 

LiLLiE  Belle  Haynes Poland. 

Mary  Imogexe  Houghton Oberlin. 


18  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  "  RESIDENCES. 

Lillian   Hudson Ligonier,  Ind. 

Edna  Jane  Mason Oberlin. 

ESTELLA  Metcalf Oberlin. 

Nannie  Keith  Miller Oberlin. 

Anna  Eliza  Nettleton Oberlin. 

Carrie  Matilda  Pelton Oberlin. 

Ida  Lucina  Stroup Wellington. 

Edna  Thompson Urbana. 

Hattie  Celestine  Williams Oberlin. 

Cora  B.  Young Monroeville. 

Second  Year i8. 


FIRST  YEAR. 

LiBBY  Bassett Rockport. 

May  Beagle Blissfield,  Mich. 

Anna  Bell  Bonar Mt.  Vernon. 

Lila  Aminta  Bostwick Oberlin. 

M.   Ida  Brown '. Milan. 

Carrie  Eugenie  Church Middlefield,  Mass. 

Mary  Philena  Cook Champlain,  N.  Y. 

Louisa  Cotes .• Oberlin. 

Carrie  Elizabeth  Day Sheffield. 

Mary  Emelie  Dudley Meridian,  N.  Y. 

Julia  Elizabeth  Gage Oberlin. 

Maggie  Helen  Giddings Oberlin. 

Carrie  Goodale Wyoming,  Iowa. 

Olivia  Pomeroy  Green Chicago,  111. 

Nettie  Cornelia  Harrison ' Cornwall  Hollow,  Ct. 

Charlotte  Mary  Kimball Maywood,  111. 

Minnie  Louisa  Kimball Maywood,  111. 

Jessie  Fremont  Lee Garrettsville. 

Emma  Jane  Lewis West  Mill  Creek,  Pa. 

May  Lyon Wauseon. 

Mary  Mathis Yorktown,  111. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  19 


NAMES.  RESIDENXR-S. 

Mary  Rebecca  Matter Brodhead,  Wis. 

Mary  Clark  Mattocks Toledo. 

Sarah  McGinnis Hancock,  Mich. 

Matilda  Rebecca  Miller  Vine  Ridge. 

Ada  Terrell  Mills Elyria. 

Betty  Morrison Kingston. 

Annette  Olive  Newberry Rochester,  Mich. 

Caroline  May  Parmenter ....Vermontville,  Mich. 

Elizabeth  Cornelia  Parsons Nicomedia,  Turkey. 

Winnie  Augusta  Platt Oberlin. 

Grace  Eliza  Pritchard Wauseon. 

Susanna  Rumbaugh Bucyrus. 

Rena  Olive  Sorter Oberlin. 

LiLLiE  Estelle  Starr Litchfield. 

Jennie  Thomas Brimfield. 

Fannie  Eliza  Thomson  Medina. 

Ruth  Maria  Tracy Mansfield. 

Angeline  Truesdale Four  Corners. 

Mary  Upp Sandusky. 

Eva  Vail Ligonier,  Ind. 

Harriet  Elizabeth  Warner Medina. 

Clara  Mary  Webster Lindenville,  N.  \'. 

Jennie  Belle  Wood Oberlin. 

Mary  Charlotte  Woodruff Avon  Lake. 

Anna  D.   Wylie Martin,  Mich. 

First  Year 46- 


20  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


IN  SELECT  STUDIES. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Fayette  Oilman   Appleton Oberlin. 

Richard  Hoag  Battey Chatfield,  Minn. 

Harl  Fessenden   Burket Findlay. 

Chauncey  Philip  Clark Oberlin. 

Horace  Malachi   Cooper Kokomo,  Ind. 

Baxter  Todd  French Oberlin. 

Levi  Wright  Halsey Bridgehampton,  N.  Y. 

Edward  Aiken  Heald Canton,  111. 

Livingstone  LeGrand   Hunter Tidioute,  Pa. 

Charles  Augustus  Mack Gilead,  Conn. 

John  Wakely  Patchin Oberlin. 

William  Hudson  Peck Oberlin. 

Frederick  Joseph  Pohl Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Charles  Willard  Seiberling Akron. 

Frank  Patterson  Taylor Genoa. 

George  Wells  Tyler .....Oberlin. 

Olive  Anna  Atwood Mt.  Vernon. 

Effie  May  Blair Manchester,  Iowa. 

Fannie  Bliss ;....Northfield. 

Jennie  F.   Bowen Savannah,  111. 

Ellen  Laurette  Branch Somerset,  Mich. 

Lizzie  Alberta  Buchan .Cleveland. 

Adelle  Virginia  Crandall Portville,  N^  Y. 

Jennie  Elizabeth  Davidson Elgin,  111. 

Bella  Dewey Bristol  Center,  N.  Y. 

Jennie  Finney Milwaukee,  Wis. 

Mary  Frances  Forrest Woodstock,  111. 

Alice  May  Gardner Fulton,  N.  Y. 

May  F.  Gilchrist Vermillion. 

Martha  Wadsworth  Gold West  Cornwall,  Conn. 

WiNNiFRED  Hackley Belleville,  N.  Y. 

Florence  Elizabeth  Hall Hudson,  Wis. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  31 

NAMES.  RESIDENCRS. 

Ella  Maria  Hammond LaPorte,  Ind. 

Agnes  Hine Painesville. 

Clara  Emma  Howard Oberlin. 

Flora  A.  Loomis Oberlin. 

Frankie   E.    Loveland Wellington. 

Olive  Rebecca  Mason -. Rock  Island,  111. 

Anna  M.   Pelton Berlin  Heights. 

Mary  Emma  Pomeroy Elyria. 

Kate  Lucetta  Safford Madison. 

Bessie  Seely Platteville,  Wis. 

Jennie  Mary  Folsom  Smiih Maiden,  111. 

Florence  Elizabeth  Sperrv Sherman,  N.  V. 

Alice  Terwilliger Belvidere,  111. 

May  Edna  Walworth South  Bend,  Ind. 

Fannie  Willis Mt.  Vernon. 

In  Select  Studies 47. 


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Classical  School 


INSTRUCTORS. 


GEORGE  H.  WHITE,  Principal 

MRS.  A.  A.   F.  JOHNSTON. 
MISS  MARY  M.  WRIGHT. 
LYMAN  B.  HALL.  JOHN  F.   PECK. 

HENRY  C.   KING.  MISS  EMILY  PATTERSON. 

HENRY  L.   BATES. 
CHARLES  B.   MARTIN. 


STUDENTS. 


SENIOR  CLASS. 

NAMES.  KESIDBNCES. 

Joseph  M.   Baggs ." Bridgeport. 

Edwin  Rice  Baker Toledo. 

Charles  Ernest  Baxter Bryan. 

Orion  Sumner  Belden Whiting,  Kan. 

Rodney  Durell  Bemiss Oberlin. 

Edward  Ladd  Benedict Wellington. 

Bayard  Taylor  Buchanan W.  Alexander,  Pa. 

Stephen  Burton Sycamore,  111. 

Levi  Aldridge  Cass Ottawa. 

Henry  Bardwell  Chapman Euclid. 

James  Glaswell  Clayton Springfield. 

Ephraim  Bechtel  Clemmer Clayton,  Pa. 

John  Whitney  Connor Henniker,  N.  H. 

Thomas  Jefferson  Eaton Oberlin. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  •  23 


NAMES.  RBSIDENCES. 

Benjamin  Randall  Esten Central  Falls,  R.  I. 

Efner  a.   Farrington Cherry  Creek,  N.  Y. 

Harvey  Alphonso  Fiester Newton  Falls. 

Marston  Stanley  Freeman  S.  Amherst. 

Edwin  Pound  Gardner Canandaigua,  N.  V. 

George  Wakelee  Hall VV.  Bloomfield,  N.  Y. 

Winfield  Pierce  Hatch Oberlin. 

Gordon  Ezekiel  Henshaw Oberlin. 

John  Leonard  Hoffman Newton  Falls. 

Homer  Hosea  Johnson New  London. 

Thomas  Jones Richville,  N.  Y. 

Allen  Martin  Lambright Uhrichsville. 

Lewis  Dell  Lindsley Monroeville. 

DwiGHT  Spencer  Mason Vernon  Center,  N.  Y. 

Adolphus  Alexander  Moll Fasten,  Conn. 

Gerdon  Wallace  Noble LaGrange. 

Alexander  Lawson  Patterson Savannah. 

Solomon  Johnson  Payne Nelson. 

SoLLis  Runnels Indianapolis,  Ind. 

Philo  Perry  Safford Ashtabula. 

John  Miller  Sherman Wakeman. 

George  LeGrand  Smith Somerset,  Mich. 

Jonathan  Green  Smith Oberlin. 

George  Soule Hampton,  Conn. 

Sherrod  Soule Hampton,  Conn. 

Alpheus  Melancthon  Spangler.... Edgerton. 

Edwin  Luther  Stratton Maryville,  Mo. 

Everett  Lincoln  Stratton Kansas  City,  Mo. 

William  Lawrence  Tenney Oberlin. 

Eugene  Stanberry  Upson Oberlin. 

Thomas  Winfred  Waring Oberlin. 

Charles   Linsley  Webster Lindenville,  N.  V. 

Benjamin  Franklin  Wheeler Charlotte,  N.  C. 

Warren  Eli  Wheeler Oberlin. 

Robert  Clarence  Wilson Slippery  Rock,  I'a. 


24  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

William  Warren  Woodruff Newtown,  Pa. 

Martha  Farrington Shelby. 

Bertha  Myrtella  Ford Dover. 

Belle  Henry Oberlin. 

Amelia  Thorp  Martin Oberlin. 

Martha  Ellwood  McLennan Salineville. 

Frances  Amelia  Reynolds Alburgh  Springs,  Vt. 

Hattie  Elizabeth   Simons Conneaut. 

Dorrie  Stahl Oberlin. 

Seniors .'. . ..... . ... .....  58. 


MIDDLE  CLASS. 

James  Edward  Akins Wroxeter,  Canada. 

Louis  F.  Atwood Tallmadge. 

Charles  Gardner  Baker Hart's  Falls,  N.  Y. 

Rodney  Barnes Oberlin. 

Horace  Webster  Beacom : Hammondsville. 

Herbert  Vinton  Beardsley Findlay. 

Lynott  Bloodgood Monroe,  Mich. 

Wesley  John  Blyler Canal  Fulton. 

Charles  Franklin  Brasee Franklin,  N.  Y. 

Colonel  Ellsworth  Bright Columbus. 

Jesse  Levi  Bright Columbus. 

Will  Estcourt  Bruce Wauseon. 

Benjamin  Hardin  Burtt Utica,  Ind. 

Daniel  Ellis  Bushnell Oberlin. 

George  Henry  Chamberlain  LaGrange. 

Caius  Adrian  Chapman  Huntington. 

Loren  Prentiss  Chapman Lake  Breeze. 

WiLKiE  W.  Chapman Huntington. 

Alfred  Vance  Churchill Oberlin. 

Franklin  J.  Clark Medina. 

Amos  Brainerd  Cleverdon Mulberry  Corners. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


25 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Demas  Cochlin Botkins. 

Francis  Coleman Oberlin. 

Herbert  Darling  Connor Henniker  N.  H 

WiNTHROP  CURTiss Waverlv,  111 

George  Frank  Damon Kirtland 

Sullivan  John  Dean Omar. 

Haralamby  Demetroff Oberlin 

Alpheus  Lyman  Dickinson Randolph 

Englehart  Christopher  Diffenbacher Ouincy,  111 

Elmer  Jacob  Fagley Bethel 

Thornton  Ruthver  Eraser Plainfield    III 

Peter  Joseph  Gerlach Oberlin 

William  Blanchard  Gerrish Oberlin 

Willis  James  Goodrich Hudson,  Mich. 

Pierce  Benjamin  Harris Columbia   S.  C. 

Harry  Johnson  Hayden Hempstead,  N.  V. 

Wick  Dennick  Heazleton Pittsburgh,  Pa. 

Donald  Kedzie  Hitchcock Goshen,  Ind. 

Elmer  Ellsworth  Holloway Burbank. 

Walter  Bradley  House Saugatuck,  Mich. 

Hubbard  McKee  Hoyt Four  Corners. 

Walter  George  Hull Homer,  N.  V. 

Frank   W.   Hunter Pecatonica,  III. 

Daniel  Stone  Husted Clarksfield. 

George  Emerson  King N.  RidgevilJe. 

Roger  Miller  Lee Garrettsville. 

Henry  Keep  Lum \ew  Fairfield,  Ct. 

George  Lyman  Maxfield Nelson. 

Oliver  Alexander  McConneli .Ligonier,  Ind. 

James  Langdon  McKee Grand  Rapids,  Mich. 

Maynard  Mayo  Metcalf Elyria. 

Frank  Edmund  Moore Chardon. 

Harvey  Orlando  Moulton Waverly,  111. 

Paul  Ralph  Mueller Oberlin. 

Orange  Stephen  Palmer Osceola,  Neb. 

Thomas  Eugene  Pounds Oberlin. 

James  Max^Proudfit Edinburgh,  Pa. 

Frank  Ernest   Regal Oberlin. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Geurc.e  Washington  Rexkord Norwood,  N.  Y. 

Charles  Carlton  Salter,  Jr Waverly,  111. 

Harry  Dodd  Sheldon Bryan. 

EnwARD  David  Shurtlefe Marengo,  111. 

Harry  Milton  Simpkins Augusta,  Ga. 

Henry  Herbert  Squire Wakeman. 

Edmund  Bruce  Stiles Hancock,  Mich. 

Albert  Pike  Stockvveli Aurora,  111. 

Fred  Valerius  Stone Strongsville. 

Albert  Wilber  Taylor Toronto,  Canada. 

Harry  Terrell Oberlin. 

Park  Terreli Oberlin. 

Jacob  Youm;   Todd Gilboa. 

KuFUs  AVERV  Tracy Mansfield. 

Archie  Tucker Louisiana,  Mo. 

Charles   Linsley  Webster Lindenville,  N.  Y. 

Ed(;ar  James  Whitaker  Topeka,  Kan. 

Charles  K.   Whitney Oberlin. 

William   Wiedenhoeft Huron. 

Charles  Zimmerman Frederick,  Md. 

Ida  Drake Jefferson  City,  Mo. 

Helen    Hopi-in South  Haven,  Mich. 

Asia  Kramer Pittsburgh,  Pa. 

Christabel  Lee Oberlin. 

May  Moulton Oberlin. 

Nettie  E.   Smith Oberlin. 

LoRA  A.   Sorter Oberlin. 

Middles 86. 


JUNIOR  CLASS. 

John  William  Hanks  x\lexander Helena,  Ark. 

Henry  Edward  Asclin East  Rockport. 

Charles  Henry   Atwater Castalia. 

Sherman  Jackson   Baggs Bridgeport. 

Luther  Albert  Baker Hudson,  Wis. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  27 

NAMES.  KESIUKNCKS. 

Linton  Delos  Baldwin Windham. 

WiLLARD  Lorenzo  Bangs Churchville,  \.  \'. 

Rowland  Rees  Bass Pittsburgh,  Pa. 

Sydney  Beaney,  Jr Macedonia. 

MiLO  Hugh  Beebe Bloomville. 

Henry  Blair Edwardsville,  111. 

John  Wesley  Bliss Oberlin. 

Joseph  Ellsworth  Bowers Mendota,  111. 

William  Howard  Burnham Adrian,  Mich. 

Alexander  Bennett  Campbell Mendon,  111. 

Samuel  Bradford   Chase W.  Glover,  Vt. 

Henry  Benjamin  Cowles Oberlin. 

Samuel  Spaulding  Cox Chatham  Center. 

Edward  Charles  Damon Westminster,  Mass. 

William  David  Davis Kokomo,  Ind. 

Ames  George  DeWitt Metamora. 

Henry  Winslow  Dillard Wabaunsee,  Kan. 

Doren  Stephenson  Downing ...St.  Clairsville. 

Frank  Lewis  Egleston , Aurora,  111. 

James  Moore  Fanleroy  Foster Greencaslle,  Pa. 

Charles  Elisha  Freeman New  York  City. 

Sidney  P^reeman Oberlin. 

Nelson  Amasa  Frost Swartz  Creek,  Mich. 

Edmund  Gale,  Jr Chagrin  Falls. 

Horace  Edward  Gibhs Oberlin. 

William  Albert  Griffith Cleveland. 

Luther   Halsey  Gulick Yokohama,  Japan. 

Preston  Henry  Hali Charlotte,  N.  C. 

Archibald  Hart Shreveport,  La. 

Samuel  Hart Shreveport,  La. 

Benjamin  Derastus  Hastin(;s Coral,  111. 

Stanley  Wolcott  Hayes Hanover. 

Henry  Burt   Herrick Chester  Cross  Roads. 

Harvey  Rexford  Hitchcock Hilo,  H  I. 

J.  Lewis  Holah Cleveland. 

William  Hovey Oberlin. 

Frank  Jansen Charlton,  N.  N  . 

Thomas  Edgar  Jefferson Hudson,  Wis. 


28  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Byron  Bancroft  Johnson Cincinnati. 

George  Brigham  Kai.b Bellefontaine. 

James  Madison  Killin Sweet  Wine. 

Stephen  Cyrus  Lawson Chicago,  III. 

Guy  R.  Lindersmith Edgerton. 

Robert  Swann  Mackintosh Salineville. 

Benjamin  Woodbury  Minton Tontogany. 

Thomas  Solomon  Morelle Manila,  N.  Y. 

Harvey  Benjamin  Nickerson Marengo,  111. 

George  Bovard  Palmer Oberlin. 

Robert  Chaney  Pannelton White  Oak,  Texas. 

Arthur  Joseph  Rice North  Amherst. 

Edward  Ensign  Rich Kirtland. 

William  Nelson  Richardson Jackson,  Miss. 

Frank  J.  Roeerson Oberlin. 

Albert  Edward  Robertson Owasso,  Mich. 

James  Lester  Robertson Tififin. 

William  John  Robinson Monongahela-City,  Pa. 

John  Willis  Root Bissell's. 

Joseph  Russell Oberlin. 

Robert  Isaac  Smith Oberlin. 

Robert  Gibson  Steele Melnmre. 

Cleveland  W.  Steese Lake. 

Frederick  Benjamin  Stern Spring  Hill,  Kan. 

Stanton  B.   Stiles Greenwich. 

Vernon  Edmond  Stiles Clarksville. 

William  Hermon  Stone Bethel. 

Hiram  Adelbert  Tennant Kipton. 

Benjamin  James  Trowbridge Hancock,  Mich. 

William  Henry  Wallace Lorain. 

Homer  Ellsworth  White Delaware. 

William  Henry  White Oberlin. 

George  Brayton  Woodbridge  Ravenna. 

Harry  Lewis  Woodruff Shefiield. 

WiLLouGHBY  Benjamin  Young Junction  City,  Kan. 

Juniors 78. 


English  School 


INSTRUCTORS. 


GEORGE  H.  WHITE,   Princii^ai.. 
MISS  EMFI.V  PATTERSON.  HENRY  L.   BATES. 


STUDENTS. 


GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

James  Stephen jAllen Charlestown. 

Leon  George  Andress Birmingham. 

James  William  Anthony Ottawa,  111. 

George  Stebbins  Appleton X'ictory,  \'t. 

David  Asplin Rocky  River. 

Charles  Almon  Atwood Waupun,  Wis. 

Jacob  Bachmann  Mascoutah,  III. 

Charlie  Robinson  Buchtki Canton. 

Frank  H.  Barnard Moline,  111. 

Harvey  Lewis  Bassett Oberlin. 

Adam  John  Baumhart Brownhelm. 

James  Pinkney  Berry Sydney,  Neb. 

Charles  Raymond  Biggs Washington,  In<l. 

Joel  Savage  Blackmun Moore's  Korks,  N.  ^■. 

Anthony  Nichols  Braun Topeka,  Kan. 

Louis  Adam  Braun Brownhelm. 

Cleo  Bradshaw  Brown Wellington.  Kan. 

Charles  Burket Kind  lay. 

Harry  Clifton  Burrell Sheffield. 

Theodore  Matelin  Butler N.  Ridgeville. 


30  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

NAMES.  KESIDENCES. 

George  Henry  Carrier Rochester. 

Myron  Josiah  Caswell Castalia. 

Albert  Irving  Chapman Lake  Breeze. 

Elmer  Jefferson  Chenoweth London. 

William  D.  Chenoweth London. 

Edwin  Irving  Cook Byron,  N.Y. 

Edward  Dayton  Cory Lima,  Ind. 

Canarius  Henry  Currier Henrietta. 

Charles  Moll  Daley Oberlin. 

George  Albert  Daniels Kirtland. 

George  Messer  Davis Ravenna. 

William  Bradley  Davis St.  Louis,  Mo. 

Washington  Delphey,  Jk Erie,  Mich. 

John  Bryant  Dudley Oberlin. 

Burton  Hildreth  Elweli Gypsum. 

Bert  Thomas  Faragher Lake  Breeze. 

Finley  Fehi , Marseilles. 

Edward  Corwin  Finch Stanton. 

Roscoe  Byron  Fisher N.  Monroeville. 

Ira  Oliver  France Inland. 

George  R.  Frisbie Verona,  N.  Y. 

John  GAiiNEr Pensacola,  Fla. 

Nelson  Tolbert  Gant Zanesville. 

Frank  F^ixley  Gants Ligonier,  Ind. 

Ellsworth  Porter  Gillette Helena,  Montana. 

Percy  Thomas  Hackett Amherstburg,  Ont. 

Hugh  Halsey Bridgehampton,  L.  I. 

James  Dunlavy  Harrison Granville,  III. 

David  William  Haylor Oberlin. 

Edward  Heussner Henrietta. 

Lewis  Miller  Hickok Mecca. 

William  Hanson  Hilton Monongahela  City,  Pa. 

RoLLiN  G.  Holman Romeo,  Mich. 

Charles  Honner Amherstburg,  Ont. 

Walter  Johnson  Hopkins St.  Clair,  Mich. 

Herbert  Ellsworth  House Saugatuck,  Mich. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


31 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

John  Cook  Hoyt Four  Corners. 

Byron  Wilbert  Jackson La  Porte,  Ind. 

James  Mix  Johnston ^. Chester  Cross  Roads. 

Edward  John  Joseph Audenried,  Pa. 

Harry  Charles  King Morrison,  111. 

Edward  Werner  Kishman Brownhelm  Station. 

Sylvester  Sylvan  Lacy Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Frank  Mercer  Lancston  Washington,  D.  C. 

Frank  Leake N.  Amherst. 

Fremont  Libby Cumberland  Mills,  Me. 

Clifton  B.  Lindsley Penfield. 

William  Vaultine  Lutz Brownhelm  Station. 

Charles  John  Martin Vermillion. 

Robert  Davison  McCleery W.  Alexandria,  Pa. 

William  A.  McClelland Mt.  Jackson,  Pa. 

George  Henry  McCormick Mt.  Vernon. 

Charles  Everett  Mead , Greenwich  Station. 

Edward  Lawrence  Mead (Ireenwich. 

Joseph  Addison  Mead Greenwich. 

Henry  Martin  Minton Bowling  Green. 

William  Henry  Moore S.  Toledo. 

Alexander  Sheridan  More t  Santa  Barbara,  Cal. 

Harry  George  Morse Brownhelm. 

William  Moulder Henrietta. 

Edward  Myers Warren. 

Charles  Harris  Norton Byron,  N.  V. 

Milton  Parks Kirtland. 

Alson  Earle  Phile Genoa. 

William  Bonner  Phillips Mt.  Vernon. 

Elmer  J.  Pierce Wakeman. 

George  Popoff Philippopolis,  E.  Roumelia. 

Nelson  Dearborn  Prentice Castalia. 

Willie  Edward  Proutv Painesville. 

Simon  Hall  Randolph Maiden,  W.  \'.-u 

Jay  Wells  Ransom Sandusky. 

DiONisio  Nicolas  Reache  Pensacola,  Fla. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  •  RESIOENCES. 

William  A.  Roberson Oberlin. 

James  Frederick  Robertson Brownhelm. 

William  Ewing  Robinson Helena,  Aik. 

Dewey  Rogers South  Haven,  Mich. 

Will  Collins  Root •. Oberlin. 

George  Ellsworth  Savage Churchville,  N.  Y. 

Charles  Hoxie  Shelton Wakeman. 

E\'AN  Shopofk Philippopolis,  E.  Roumalia. 

Henry  Bedford  Shuart Oberlin. 

Eugene  Siddall Oberlin. 

Edward  Slater Birmingham. 

Stewart  Kedzie  Smith Somerset,  Mich. 

William  Avery  Smith Oberlin. 

Willie  Grant  Souder Columbus. 

Elmer  Eliot  Stewart CoUtge  Corner. 

Edward  Wirt  Stone Belpie. 

James  William  Taylor Peoli. 

William  H.  Taylor Belltfontaine. 

Charles  Osborne  Thomas! New  Yoik  City. 

Glenn  Henry  Tillinghast Berlin  Heights. 

Joseph  Ellsworth  Toot Hammondsville. 

Elmer  Ellsworth  Tucker Elyria. 

Lee  Horace  Wagar East  Rockport. 

Walter  Walker PiitslieJfl. 

Charles  Walter  Warneu Bainfield,  111. 

Eugene  Belden  Welch Polk. 

Anson  Brazee  Wilcox West  Austintown. 

Douglas  Edgar  Witter Castalia. 

John  Wooden..: Sioux  City,  Iowa. 

Clarence  Ward  Young Mt.  Veinon. 

Gentlemen 122. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  33 


LADIES. 

NAMES.  RF.SIDENCRS. 

Emma  Bei.lk  Adams Helena,  Montana. 

Carkie  Louise  Alexanuer Marblehead. 

Helen  E.  Angell Pitt.sfield,  Mass. 

Francis  Genevieve  Atkin Clarksfield. 

Inah  Elloy  Avery Oberlin. 

Irene  Cecil  Avery Oberlin. 

Carrie  Etta  Bachtei New  Berlin. 

May  Bardwell Oberlin. 

Belle  Barney Wakeman. 

Cora  Dell  Bassett Weston. 

Mary  Augusta  Bates Kipton. 

AuDiE  Sarah  Battles Mayfield. 

Birdie  Beatty ' Zanesville. 

Sarah  Bell Monaghan,  Ireland. 

Jessie  F.  Bliss Oberlin. 

Elm  A  Maria  Bliss Bissells. 

ZxLEMA  Mary  Bourgeois New  Orleans,  La. 

Emma  Bramley Coe  Ridge. 

Lida   J.  Bramley Olmsted. 

Amelia  Brandau Amherst. 

Clara  Brown Blissfield,  Mich. 

May  Bullard Oberlin. 

Bessie  Mary  Bunce Wakeman. 

Margaret  Colby  Burns Newburgh. 

Mary  Lillian  Caldwell Rushville,  111. 

Mary  Carmichael Wheatland,  Mich. 

Alice  Marie  Carter Sheffield. 

Myra  Belle  Chapman Sheffield. 

Harriet  Augusta  Clark Wakeman. 

Mattie  Eugenie  Clark Montrose,  Md. 

Ruth  Elizabeth  Close Kipton. 

Josephine  Lucretia  Cody Cleveland. 

Laura  Elizabeth  Coe Canton. 

Mary  Agnes  Conly Middlebury,  Vt. 

Mary  Emma  Conner Oberlin. 


34  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

MiNUETTE  CoNNET McLeansville,  N.  C. 

Clara  Howes  Cook Byron,  N.  Y. 

Flora  Helen  Cooper Kokomo,  Ind. 

Grace  Evelyn  Crehore Lorain. 

Rozena  Ann  Crumrine Troy. 

Ella  Dudley Henrietta. 

Jessie  Luella  Dye North  Eaton. 

Julia  Erb , Royal  Oak,  Mich. 

Jennie  May  Evans Oberlin. 

Emma  Irene  Foley Grafton. 

ViLLETTA  Gallup Stiongsville. 

Elizabeth  Gibson  Norwalk. 

Myrtle  Alice  Gillespie LaRue. 

Carrie  Nina  Gillette Helena,  Montana. 

Lillian  Pauline  Goins Columbus. 

Georgiana  Green Huntsville,  Texas. 

Mary  Jane  Greene Oberlin. 

Jessie  Helen  Griffith Painesville. 

Emma  Hall Shreveport,  La. 

Mary  Patterson  Hali Pleasant  Grove. 

Emma  Han  ford Wakeman. 

Ada  a.    Harvuot Savannah. 

Emma  Hasenpflug Huron. 

Sarah  Higgins Oberlin. 

Mary  Bierce  Hill Nevada,  Mo. 

Fannie  Ann  Hoffer Mansfield. 

Mellie  Holbrook Sullivan. 

Clara  Jane  Holt Oberlin. 

Mary  Josephine  Hooker New  London. 

Jennie  Maria  Hovey Fowler's  Mills. 

Eli/.areth  Estelle  Hubbard Sauk  Center,  Minn. 

Alice  Gertrude  Hurlbut Elyria. 

Eva  Mina  Huston Brimfield,  Ind. 

Mary  Inez  Huston Brimfield,  Ind. 

Ida  V.  Jenkins Philadelphia,   Pa. 

Edith  Phillips  Johnson Homer,  La. 

MoLLiE  Beach  Johnson Beloit,  Wis. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  35 


0 


^■^^"^''^-  KESIOKNCES. 

Amelia  Kuhlow Elvria 

Mary  Lank. Blissfield,  Mich. 

Ida  Lang Rochester. 

Jessie  Wealthy  Lawrence Saline    Mich. 

Lucy  K.\te  Lawrence Saline   Mich 

LiDA  Elm  IN  A  Lawrence Milan 

Emma  Almira  Lee Irwin. 

Lottie  Lyon East  Cleveland. 

Laura  B.   Mahon Dunkirk. 

Inez  Major Martin's  Ferry. 

Olive  Florein  Major Martin's  I'erry. 

Olive  L.   Manning Pittsfield,  Mass. 

Agnes  Marshall Sandusky. 

Alice  L.   Marshali Rochester. 

Ida  Augusta  McLennan Salineville. 

Annis  Myrtilla  Mead Greenwich. 

Hannah  Treadwell  Mead Brooklyn. 

Clarabell  Meech North  Ridf;eville. 

Louisa  Miller Brownhelm. 

RosETTA  Miller Brownhelm. 

Emma  Elizabeth  Mills Fortville,  N.  V. 

Sarah  Ann  Minney Tippecanoe. 

Minnie  Minton Tontogany. 

Nellie  Minton Tontogany. 

Haydie  Moss , Huston,  Texas. 

Allie  Myers Mt.  Vernon. 

Florence  Rebecca  Neale Alleghany,  Pa. 

Mary  Joan  Nelson Shalersville. 

Lizzie  Norrington Shreveport,  La. 

Mary  Charlotte  Otis llicksville. 

Leonora  Palmer Port  Gibson,  Miss. 

Nellie  1'almeu Fostoria. 

Mai^y  Lousia  Palmitiek Hudson. 

Anna  M.   Parish Oberlin. 

Hannah  Paton Cleveland. 

Mary  Jane  Peck Michigan  City,  Ind. 

Mirtie  Louise  Peck VVakeman. 


36  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Mary  Frances  Pelton Cleveland. 

Mary  Ellen  Phillips Oberlin. 

Mary  E.   Pierce Chicago,  111. 

Etta  Catherine  Pringle Lilly  Chapel. 

Ella  Juliette  Radcliffe Clarksville,  Tenn. 

Mary  Lavina  Raney Raymond,  Wis. 

Nellie  Record Forestville,  N.  Y. 

Addie  May  Remington North  Amherst. 

Lydia  Matilda  Remington North  Amherst. 

Lily  Elizabeth  Revels Rodney,  Miss. 

Ellena  RiES Bellevue. 

Della  Anna  Root Bissells. 

Nettie  Eliza  Rosecrans Henrietta. 

Inez  Josephine  Rouse South  Haven,  Mich. 

Mary  Armes  Ryder Portville,  N.  Y. 

Grace  Safford Madison. 

Alice  May  Sargent Lovell. 

Mae  Louise  Savage Churchville,  N.  Y. 

Ida  Belle  Sawyer Zanesville. 

Emma  Wood  Schermerhorn Hudson,  Mich. 

Julia  Elizabeth  Sherman Wakeman. 

Rose  Sherman !? East  Norwalk. 

PIelen  Winnifred  Shute San  Francisco,  Cal. 

May  Nathalie  Shute San  Francisco,  Cal. 

Harriet  Silone Newport,  R.  I. 

LucELiA  Smith Pana,  111. 

Minnie  De  Etta  Smith South  Haven,  Mich. 

Susanna  Chapman  Smith Mound  City,  Kan. 

Georgie  E.  Starr Litchfield. 

Martha  Eliza  Stockwell Port  Huron,  Mich. 

Sarah  Janette  Stone Stiongsville. 

Hattie  Putnam  Streeter Oberlin. 

Nellie  Frances  Strickland Gilead,  Conn. 

Katharine  Sw^eeney Greenfield,  Mass. 

Evalyn  Amy  Sweet Avon. 

Arabella  C.  S.  Taylor Chicago,  111. 

Elizabeth  Warren  Taylor Mt.  Vernon. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  37 


NAMES.  KESIUENCES. 

Olivia  Annette  Thomas Fostoria. 

Mary  Elizabeth  Trinter Vermillion. 

Jessie  Benton  Trumble East  Townsend. 

Mary  Cleveland  Tubbs Peltisville. 

Grace  Loomis  Upson Oberlin. 

Armitta  Vaughn \melia  Court  House,  Va. 

Mary  Ann  ■W.\ddeli Cleveland. 

Georgie  May  Wadsworth  Wellingion. 

Isabelle  Wali Washington,  I).  C. 

Nettie  Walworth Collamer. 

Nettie  Walworth South  Bend,  Ind. 

Mary  Ella  Warner Oberlin. 

Lulu  Margaret  Washington Lockport,  N.  V. 

Lydia  Eunice  Weed Algean,  Mich. 

Lina  Martha  Weller Troy. 

Cora  Whitney Oberlin. 

Ida  LucinOa  Whitney  Big  Rapids,  Mich. 

Mary  Augusta  Whitney Oberlin. 

Dora  Georgetta  Wilson Lindsey 

Minnie  Woodard Kirtland. 

Ida  May  Woodruff ShelVield. 

Fanny  Foster  Wright Oberlin. 

Ladies i68. 


lona^rualor^  0^  iln$i^. 


FACULTY. 


JAMES  H.   FAIRCHILD,  President. 

FENELON  B.   RICE,  Director. 
L.  CELE.STIA  WATTLES.  FRANK  M.   DAVIS. 

CHARLES  W.  MORRISON.  HELEN  M.   RICE. 

WILLIAM  B.  CHAMBERLAIN. 


STUDENTS. 


GENTLEMEN. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

David  Stephen  Arnold Sycamore,  111. 

Angelo  Fremont  Atkin Oberlin. 

Joseph  M.  Baggs Bridgeport. 

Ovid  Pope  Barbour Traer,  Iowa. 

Harry  Nelson  Bartlett Oberlin. 

Henry  Liberty  Bates Plymouth,  Neb. 

Newton  Whitmarsh  Bates Cleveland. 

Jacob  Bachmann  Mascoutah,  111. 

William  Frederick  Bentley Geneva. 

Oreett  Romanzo  Blanchard Austinburg. 

Charles  Gilbert  Boise Bellevue. 

Angelo  Randolph  Bonney Orland,  Ind. 

Harry  Clyde  Brooks Oberlin. 

Arthur  William  Burt Oberlin. 

Daniel  Ellis  Bushnell Oberlin. 

William  D.  Chenoweth London. 

Edward  Payson  Churchill Oberlin. 

Isaac  Conn Steubenville. 

Willis  Franklin  Day .". Oberlin. 

George  Franklin  Dick .' Warren.  111. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  39 


NAMES.  RESIDENCRS. 

Frederick  Lincoln  Drake Oherlin. 

Henry  Sylvester  Eckler Carlisle. 

ScoTi    Ford Ruggles. 

William  Albert  Grui  rni Cleveland. 

Dean  Fremont  Griswold Northville,  Mich. 

Levi  Wright  Halsey Bridgehampton,  N.  Y. 

James  Dunlavy  Harrison Granville    III. 

Winfield  Pierce  Hatch Oberlin. 

Barnabas  Clifford  Haworth Kockville.  Ind 

Thomas  Monroe  Holloway Burbank. 

Rolland  Gould  Holman Romeo,  Mich. 

Walter  Jasperson  Hopkins St.  Clair,  Mich. 

Eben  Delbert  Hopkinson Oberlin. 

John  Henry  Hull Oberlin. 

Arthur  William  Lyon Wauseon. 

Oramel  William  Lucas Canon  City,  Col. 

Charles  Frank  Miller Meadville,  Pa. 

Benjamin  Woodbury  Minton Tontogany. 

Charles  Walthall  Morrison Oberlin. 

Jamin  Seth  Morse Brownhelm. 

Harold  Dean  Newton Ypsilanti,  Mich. 

Arthur  John  Owen Catawba  Is. 

Edward  Waterous  Peck Oberlin. 

John  Fisher  Peck Oberlin. 

Oscar  Reynolds Ionia,  Mich. 

Dewitt  Nathan  Rosecrans Oberlin. 

Arthur  Albert  Saxton Oberlin. 

William  Henry  Shane Oberlin. 

George  Bennett  Siddali Oberlin. 

Earl  Smith Church ville,  N.  \  . 

Martin  Luther  Stimpson Norwich,  \'t. 

Frederick  Haynes  Swift Oberlin. 

Archibald  Eugene  Thomson Medina. 

Nathan  Chauncey  Underhill New  London. 

Homer  Hoxie  Vincent Clarksfield. 

Lee  Horace  Wagar L.  Rockport. 

John  Eugene  Ward College  Corner. 


40  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Maurice  Melville  Warner Plainfield,  111. 

Perry  Parton  Weed Douglas,  Mich. 

George  Clarence  Westervelt Oberlin. 

MiLO  White Traer,  Iowa. 

Gentlemen 6i. 


LADIES. 


Emma  Aldrich Weston. 

Mabel  Allen Cleveland. 

Minnie  Belle  Andrus Clyde. 

Frances  Jane  Atkinson Oberlin. 

Margaret  Shaw  Bacon Oberlin. 

Emma  Elizabeth  Ball Canton. 

Lenora  Juliet  Barr Tidioute,  Pa. 

Eva  Pearl  Bartlett Freeport. 

Mary  Alice  Beach Ruggles. 

Clara  Sophia  Benedict Wellington. 

Mary  Lincoln   Bergen Galva,  111. 

Jessie  Rhoda  Billings Cleveland. 

Jeanie  Esther  Birge Oberlin. 

Ida  May  Bishop Lima. 

Effie  May  Blair Manchester,  Iowa. 

Maud  Mary  Boise , Villisca,  Iowa. 

Lulu  Ione  Bombaugh Oilman,  111. 

Anna  Belle  Bonar Mt.  Vernon. 

Alice  Borland Imlay  City,  Mich. 

Zxlema  Mary  Bourgeois New  Orleans,  La. 

Ellen  Laurette  Branch Somerset,  Mich. 

Ella  Brenneman Congress. 

Mary  Josephine  Briggs Elyria. 

Lettie  Elizabeth  Brooks Ellington,  N.  Y. 

Marie  Tracy  Brown Conneaut. 

Anna  Mason  Buchan Cleveland. 

Lizzie  Alberta  Buchan Cleveland. 

Allie  Buff Terre  Haute,  Ind. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  41 

NAMES  RESIDENCES. 

Alice  Estelle  Burt Oberlin. 

Mary  Lillian  Caldwell Rushvillc,  111. 

Frances  Bennett  Callaway Buffalo,  N.  Y. 

Julia  Lois  Caruthers Oberlin. 

S.   L.  Blanche  Chaffee Tippecanoe  City. 

Effie  Belle  Chandler Sharon. 

MiNA  Evaline  Chandler Marseilles. 

Martha  Maria  Chase Oberlin. 

Ella  Chai  field Oberlin. 

Mary  Clark Mt.  \ernon. 

Emma  A.melia  Clemans  ^ North  Dover. 

Emma  Jane  Clement Hudson,  Mich. 

Emma  Josephine  Clisrel Oberlin. 

Helen  Ball  Cobaugh Canton. 

Josephine  Lucretia  Cody Cleveland. 

Flora  Helen  Cooper Kokomo,  Ind. 

Lizzie  Baker  Cory Lima,  InH. 

Mary  Eliza  Cox Ob-rlin. 

Ella  Crit  iinde.n K'ii£;gle«. 

Lucy  Ann  Crosier \Vel:ini;t<m. 

Lili,i\n   Fmogene  Crouch Erii-,  I'.n. 

MAiriK    Is ABKl.LK    CROUCK Erie,    I'n. 

Rozkna  Aw  Crumrine  Troy. 

Emma  Ja.nk  Cunnixgha.m Columbiann. 

Lulu   P.   Cutler riskilwn.   III. 

Flora  May  Darlin(;  ; W.nr-iaw. 

Mary  Fkancks  Day  Oberlin. 

Emma  Dksvoignes Oirvilie. 

Bella  Dewky IJii-tol  Cenitr.  X.  \'. 

Minnie  Maxwell  Dickinson. Eiie.  Pa. 

Anna  Maria  Dillaway Troy. 

May  Dow Catey. 

Anna  Cora  F^dmondson Valley  CVnttr,  Kan. 

Ia  Farrar L  ndon. 

Ida  Farrak London. 

Kate  Farrar  London. 

Etta  Feiil Mar.scille'. 


42  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Mary  Fitzpatrick Columbiana. 

Delia  May  Foote Geneva. 

Mary  Frances  Forrest Woodstock,  III. 

Nora  Ada  Fowler Morral. 

Hattie  Botsford  Franks Oberlin. 

Ida  Freeman Burton. 

Grace  Elaine  Frisbie Des  Moines,  Iowa. 

Cora  Belle  Gage Oberlin. 

Alice  May  Gardner Fulton,  N.  Y. 

Lizzie  Lincoln  Gardner Chagrin  Falls. 

Hattie  Aletha  Gibbs. ...!*! Oberlin. 

Elizabeth  Giddings Oberlin. 

Carrie  A.  Gillett Wayne. 

Caroline  Goettel Oil  City,  Pa. 

Martha  Wadsworth  Gold  West  Cornwall,  Conn. 

Georgiana  Green Huntsville,  Texas. 

Belle  Laverne  Gregory Attica. 

Jessie  Helen  Griffith Painesville. 

Jennie  M.  Grimm Wenona,  111. 

Grace  Minerva  Guile Owasso,  Mich. 

Gertrude  Gwynn ; Vandalia,  111. 

Florence  Elizabeth  Hali Hudson,  Wis. 

Mary  Patterson  Hall Pleasant  Grove. 

Grace  Greenwood  Hamilton Clarksburg,  Ind. 

Gertie  Hance North  Eaton. 

Julia  Eliza  Hanford Oberlin. 

Mary  Ella  Harris Evansville,  Wis. 

Mary  Eleanor  Harris Oilman,  III, 

Rachel  Jenne  Harris Lodi. 

Nettie  Cornelia  Harrison Cornwall  Hollow,  Conn. 

Jennie  Harrold Mt.  Eaton. 

Florence  Ann   Harvey OberUn. 

Alice  Mary  Heald Canton,  111. 

Fannie  Ann  Hoffer Mansfield. 

Alma  Agnes  Hover Lima. 

Jennie  Maria  Hovey Fowler's  Mills. 

Cynthia  Howard Rochester. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  43 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Mary  Howard Adrian,  Mich. 

Elizabeth  Estelle  Hubbard Sauk  Center,  Minn. 

Addie  Maria  Huli Oberlin. 

Alice  Gertrude  Hurlbut Elyria. 

Eva  Mina.  Huston Brimfield,  Ind. 

Mary  Inez  Huston Brimfield,  Ind. 

Pauline   Icenhour Coiumbiana. 

Edith  Jackson Ft.  Abraham  Lincoln,  Dak. 

Lillian  Josephine  Jaques Cleveland. 

ADESSA  J.  Jarvis Smithville. 

Fannie  Jewett Oberlin. 

KiTTiE  Alfarata  Johnson Morrison,  111. 

Helen  Iola  Joslin Oberlin. 

Hattie  Judd Oberlin. 

Minnie  Kinsinger Oberlin. 

Fannie  Belle  Kost Toledo. 

Mary  Lane Blissfield,  Mich. 

Jessie  Fremont  Lee Garreltsville. 

Sarah  Elizabeth  Lee Fulton,  N.Y. 

LucY/D.  Lowe Shelby. 

Mary  Ella  Manley Oberlin. 

Josephine  Marcy Springfield,  Pa. 

Agnes  Marshall Sandusky. 

Metta  Grace  Maxwell Sandusky. 

Eleanor  McDermott Wellington. 

Mary  Effie  McWade Oberlin. 

Hattie  Metcalf Sidney. 

Emma  Elizabeth  Mills Portville,  N.Y. 

Minnie  Minton Tontogany. 

Alice  Estelle  Moore Osage,  la. 

Frances  Frederic.^  Munson Oberlin. 

Ella  Minerva  Nichols Corunna,  Mich. 

Ida  Niles Clyde. 

Nellie  Gertrude  Nye Buffalo,  N.Y. 

Mary  Charlotte  Otis Hicksville. 

Adelaide  Luella  Packard La  Porte,  Ind. 

Florence  Nightingale  Packard La  Porte,  Ind. 


44  OBEBLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Nellie  Palmer Fostoria. 

Caroline  May  Parmenter Vermontville,  Mich. 

Annie  Paull Calumet,  Mich. 

Emily  Ewing  Peck Oberlin. 

Lizzie  Emma  Peck Michigan  City,  Ind. 

Mary  Jane  Peck Michigan  City,  Ind. 

Mary  Cowles  Penfield Oberlin. 

Minta  Elizabeth  Peters Pataskala. 

Mary  Sabrina  Pierson Hannibal,  Mo. 

Minnie  Portek Seville. 

Ella  Juliette  Radclifff. Clarksville,  Tenn. 

Mary  Frances  Ramsey New  Lisbon. 

Nellie  Record Forestville,  N.  Y. 

Mary  Lucinda  Regai Oberlin. 

Louisa  Roberts Greenville,  Pa. 

Mattie  Lelia  Rood Oberlin. 

Alice  Eugene  Rozer Wellington. 

Alice  May  Sargent Loveil. 

Mae  Louise  Savage Churchville,  N.  Y. 

Emma  Wood  Schermerhorn Hu  'son,  Mich. 

Ida  Louisa  Searlf Oberlin. 

Jessie  Edith  Shannon Lansingburgh,  Mich. 

Helen  Winnifred  Shute San  Francisco,  Cal. 

May  Nathalie  Shute San  Francisco,  Cal. 

Henrietta  Graves  Smith Worthington,  Minn. 

Jennie  Mary  Folsom  Smith Maiden,  111. 

Lella  Smith Oberlin. 

Susanna  Chapman  Smith ." M.nind  City,  Kan. 

Jane  Snyder Oberlin. 

Lillian  Sous St.  Clair,  Mich. 

Florence  Amelia  Somers ■ Golden  Corners. 

Julia  Spaulding Oberlin. 

Florence  Elizabeth  Sperkv Sherman,  N.  Y. 

Louie  Marie  Sperrv Sherman,  N.  Y. 

IVA  Maria  Sproulk Mt.  Vernon. 

Carrie  Elizabeth   Stilson Clyde. 

Martha  Eliza  Stockweli Port  Huron,  Mich. 


OBEBLIN  COLLEGE. 


45 


NAMKS.  RESIDENCES. 

Elsie  Ladora  Stofer Oberlin. 

Hattie  Putnam  Streetf.k  Oberlin. 

Ida  LuciNA  Stroup Wellington. 

Evalyn  Amy   Sweri' Avon. 

Florence  Eleanor  Taylok  Hudson,  Wis. 

Lillian  Gertrude  Towslee Lodi. 

Mary  Elizabeth   Trintek Vermillion. 

Nellie  Florence  Tupper  Ottawa. 

Grace  Loomis  Upson Oberlin. 

Mary   Id\  Van  Cleef Wellington. 

Georgie  May  Wadswortu Wellington. 

May  Edna  Walworth South  Bend,  Ind. 

Lina  Martha  Weller Troy. 

Belle  Virginia  Wells Imlay  City,  Mich. 

LoiE  Maria  West Pittslkld. 

Kate  Lord  Wheeler Oberlin. 

Fanny  Nancy   Whippli Medina. 

Alice  Mary  Whitehead Pataskala. 

Effie  Jane  Wick Harrisville,  Yn. 

Nellie  Belle  Wilcutt Cleveland. 

Panola  Adelle  Willcuti' Oberlin. 

Anna  Knowles  Willey Andover,  Mass. 

Kate  Hall  Winship Pierpont. 

Carrie  A.  Wood Bellevue. 

Jennie  Mary  Woodworth Collins. 

Carrie  Electa  Wright Oberlin. 

Harriet  Newell  Wright Calumet,  Mich. 

Ladies 203. 


mmmar^. 


I.     DEPARTMENT  OF  THEOLOGY. 

Seniors i6 

Middles 9 

Juniors 16 

41 

11.     DEPARTMENT  OF  PHILOSOPHY  AND  THE  ARTS. 

I.       CLASSICAL   AND   SCIENTIFIC    COURSE. 

Seniors 28 

Juniors .' 35 

Sophomores 42  Gentlemei;. 133 

Freshmen 65  Ladies 37 

170 

2.       LITERARY   COURSE. 

Fourth  Year 17 

Third  Year 22 

Second  V'car 18 

First  Year 46  Ladies 103 

103 

3.       IN    .SELECT    STUDIES. 

Gentlemen 16 

Ladies 31 

47 

in.     DEPARTMENT  OF  PREPARATORY  INSTRUCTION. 

I.       CLASSICAL   SCHOOL. 

Seniors 58 

Middles 86  Gentlemen 207 

Juniors 78  Ladies 15 

222 

2.       ENGLISH    SCHOOL. 

Gentlemen 122 

Ladies 168 

290 

IV.     CONSERVATORY  OF  MUSIC. 

Gentlemen 6i 

Ladies 203 

264 

Total H37 

Deducting  those 'reckotied  twice  (m^mhns  of  other  Departments  who 

.ire  also  enrolled  in  Conservatory  of  Music) 80 

Whole  Number  of  Gentlemen 555 

Whole  Number  of  Ladies 502 


Corrected  total 1057 


Imv^sn  d^  ^bb^. 


Department  of  Theology. 


The  Department  of  Theology  is  designed,  primarily,  to  prepare  young  men  for 
the  Christian  ministry.  Any  others  who  desire  the  advantages  of  theological  study 
are  received  to  its  classes  on  such  terms  as  the  Faculty  may  prescribe.  The  school 
is  under  the  special  patronage  of  the  Congregational  Churches,  but  is  open  to  students 
of  all  denominations. 

Applicants  for  admission  are  expected  to  furnish  satisfactory  evidence  of  Christian 
character,  and  of  such  scholarship  as  will  enable  them  successfully  to  pursue  the 
studies  of  the  course.  Students  from  other  Theological  -Seminaries  are  admitted  a^ 
eundem,  on  presenting  a  regular  dismission;  and  any  applicant  may  be  admitted  to  ad- 
vanced standing  on  satisfactory  examination  in  the  studies  already  pursued  by  the 
class  which  he  desires  to  join. 

The  terms  and  vacations  will  be  found  in  the  Calendar. 

Council  Hall,  the  building  devoted  to  the  use  of  this  department,  provides  com- 
pletely furnished  rooms  for  fifty  students,  with  no  charge  for  room  rent,  and  but  a 
small  incidental  fee.  In  assigning  these  rooms  the  preference  will  always  be  given 
to  those  who  have  the  work  of  the  ministry  in  view.  Students  in  Theology  incur  no 
e.xpense  for  tuition  or  for  the  use  of  the  Library.  An  incidental  fee  of  $5.00  a  term 
is  charged  to  each  student  occupying  a  room  in  Council  Hall,  and  one  of  $1.50  to 
members  of  the  Department  rooming  elsewhere.  Other  expenses  will  vary  accord- 
ing to  the  personal  habits  and  tastes  of  each  student. 

Aid  is  afforded  by  the  American  and  Ohio  Education  Societies  to  such  students 
as  are  preparing  for  the  ministry.  The  Seminary  has  also  a  special  fund  for  the  aid 
of  students,  from  which  several  may  receive  a  partial  support.  The  Classical  and 
English  Schools  furnish  employment  for  a  few  experienced  teachers,  at  a  reasonable 
compensation.  After  the  completion  of  the  first  term  of  the  middle  year,  students 
are  permitted  to  supply  vacant  pulpits  in  the  vicinity  as  opportunity  may  offer. 
During  the  summer  vacation  all  the  students  may  engage  in  preaching  or  other  re- 
ligious work,  as  Churches  or  Home  Missionary  Societies  call  for  their  services. 
With  reasonable  prudence  and  economy  any  student  may  pursue  his  course  without 
interruption  or  embarrassment. 


48  OBEBLIN  COLLEGE. 


Candidates  for  admission  to  the  Junior  Class  must  present  evidence  of  graduation 
from  some  College,  or  of  such  scholarship  as  will  enable  them  to  enter  upon  the 
course  with  profit.  Those  who  do  not  bring  a  diploma  will  be  examined  in  Greek, 
Logic  and  Rhetoric,  Modern  History,  Mental  and  Moral  Philosophy. 

COURSE  OF  STUDY. 

This  occupies  three  years  and  is  thus  arranged: 

JUNIOR  YEAR. 

Professor  Ballantinb  gives  instruction  in  Hebrew  and  Old  Testament  Exegesis  throughout 
the  year. 

Professor  Smith  (for  the  present)  lectures  on  the  Harmony  of  the  Gospels  and  on  the  The- 
ology of  the  New  Testament. 

Peesident  Fairchild  lectures  during  the  latter  half  of  the  year  on  Natural  Theology,  Evi- 
dences of  Christianity,  and  the  Authority  and  Inspiration  of  the  Scriptures 

Professor  Smith  gives  an  introductory  course  of  lectures  on  the  History  of  the  Church. 

MIDDLE    YEAR. 

Presidrnt  Fairchild  lectures  upon  Systematic  Theology  during  the  Fall  and  Winter  terms. 

Professor  Ballantine  continues  his  instruction  in  Hebrew  E.xegesis  and  lectures  on  the 
Literature  of  the  Old  Testament. 

Professor  Mead  gives  an  introductory  course  of  Lectures  in  Homiletics,  including  Criticism 
of  Sermon  Plans,  during  the  latter  part  of  the  year. 

Professor  Smith  lectures  on  the  History  of  the  .-Vncient  Church,  during  the  Spring  term. 
Origin  and  Planting  of  the  Christian  Church  and  its  Spread  in  the  midst  of  the  Ancient  Civilizations. 

Professor  Mead  (for  the  present)  lectures  on   the  Epistles  and  New  Testament  Introduction. 

SENIOR  YEAR. 

Professor  Smith  lectures  on  the  History  of  the  Mediaeval  and  Mudern  Church  and  the  His- 
tory of  Doctrines  during  the  Fall  and  Winter  terms,  and  on  Positive  Institutions  in  the  Spring 
term. 

Professor  Mead  lectures  on  Invention  of  Material  and  Preparation  of  Sermons,  and  conducts 
exercises  consisting  of  the  Delivery  and  Criticism  of  Written  and  Extempore  Sermons  during  the 
Fall  and  Winter  terms;  also  lectures  on  Pastoral  Theology  during  the  Spring  term. 

President  Fairchii.d  lectures  during  the  Spring  term  on  the  Various   Forms  of  Skepticism. 

Rhetorical  exercises,  consisting  of  the  reading  of  essiys,  the  delivery  of  original 
addresses,  written  and  unwritten,  and  the  extemporaneous  discussion  of  questions, 
occur  weekly,  in  which  the  members  of  all  the  classes  participate.  Special  promi- 
nence is  given  to  extemporaneous  speaking,  or  the  delivery  of  thoughts  prepared  but 
not  written  and  committed  to  memory.  Once  each  month  there  is  a  public  exercise, 
at  which  papers  upon  important  theological  questions  are  read  by  members  of  the 
Middle  and  Senior  classes,  followed  by  remarks  from  different  members  of  the  Fac- 
ulty. Special  attention  can  be  given  to  Church  Music.  The  Conservatory  classes 
in  Choral  Singing  are  free  to  all  members  of  the  department. 

Catalogues  coniaining  fuller  particulars  in  rt-ference  to  this  department  may  be  ob- 
tained free  by  addressing  the  Secretary  of  the  College,  Mr.  J-  B.  T.  M.\rsh,  Ober- 
lin,  Ohio. 


Department  of  Philosophy  and  the  Arts, 


CLASSICAL  AND  SCIENTIFIC  COURSE. 

Candidates  for  admission  to  the  Freshman  class  are  examined  in  the  common 
English  branches ;  the  Grammar  of  the  Latin  and  Greek  languages  ;  Caesar,  two 
books  ;  Sallust's  Catiline  ;  five  of  Cicero's  Select  Orations  ;  Virgil's  /Eneid,  five 
books ;  Jones'  Latin  Prose  Composition  ;  Xenophon's  Anabasis,  three  books ; 
Homer's  Iliad,  three  books  ;  Jones'  Greek  Prose  Composition  ;  Olney's  School  Al- 
gebra, or  an  equivalent ;  Olney's  Plane  Geometry  ;  English  Analysis  ;  Ancient  His- 
tory ;  History  of  the  United  States,  and  Alden's  Science  of  Government. 

Candidates  for  a  higher  standing  are  examined  in  the  same,  and  also  in  the 
studies  previously  pursued  by  the  class  to  which  they  desire  admission. 

Students  who  have  been  unable  to  prepare  for  college  in  Greek  will  be  admitted 
to  the  Freshman  class  if  they  are  in  advance  in  some  other  studies,  and  will  have  op- 
portunity to  make  up  the  Greek  afterwards. 

No  admission  to  the  -Senior  class  is  allowed  later  than  the  beginning  of  the  second 
term. 

During  the  Sophomore  and  Junior,  and  the  first  term  of  the  Senior  years,  four 
studies  are  assigned  to  each  term.     Each  student  is  required  to  elect  three  of  these. 

The  Annual  Exammations  for  admission  to  College  for  1881  will  occur  June  20, 
21,  and  22,  also  September  13,  at  nine  o'clock,  in  No.  8  French  Hall. 

FRESHMAN  CLASS. 

FIRST    TERM. 

Latin Livy,  Book  21— Capes.     Exercises  in  writing  Latin. 

Greek Xenophon's  Memorabilia.     Prose  Composition.     Synta.x  of  the    Verb,  as 

given  by  Hadley  and  Goodwin.  » 

Mathe.matics         Olney's  Solid  and  Spherical  Geometry. 
Rhetoric During  the  year,  E.\ercises  in  English  Composition,  Written  Translations 

and  Declamations,  and  one  original,  public  Oration. 
The  Bible Lectures  each  week  through  the  year,  upon    the  Book  of   (lenesis,  the 

Primeval  Age,  and  the  Patriarchal  History. 

SECOND  TERAL 
Latin Cicero's  De  Senectute  and  De  Amicltia— Crowell.     Prosody.     E.xercises 

in  writing  Latin. 
Greek Greek  Historians— Fernald.     Formation  of  Words.     Prose  Composition. 

Idioms.     Outlinesof  Greek  History  and  Literature. 
Mathematics.  .  .   Olney's  University  Algebra,  Part  Third. 

THIRD  TERM. 

Latin Horace,  Odes  and  Epodes-Chase.  Prosody.   Exercises  in  writing  Latin. 

Greek Orations    of   Lysias-Stephens.       Review    of  Inflections.     Reading    for 

Quantity. 
Mathematics..  .  Trigonometry,  Plane  and  Spherical.  Surveying  and  Navigation-Loomis. 


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50 

OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

SOPHOMORE  CLASS. 

FIRST  TERM. 

Latin 

. .  Tacitus — All  of  Champlin's  Selections.     History  of  Rome — Merivale. 

Greek 

. .  Homer's  Odyssey — Merry.     Etymology.     Lectures  on  Philology. 

German 

.   German    Grammar — Whitney.       Prose    Composition.      Translation    and 

Reading. 

Mathematics. 

.  .Olney's  General  Geometry  and  Calculus. 

Rhetoric 

.  .  During  the  year.  Written  Translations,  six  Essays,   three  Declamations, 

and  one  original  public  Oration. 

The  Bible 

.  ..Lectures  each  week  through  the  year,  on  the  Later  Books  of  the  Penta- 

teuch, and  the  early  History  of  Israel. 

SECOND  TERM. 

Latin 

.  .  Satires  of  Horace  and  Juvenal.     Roman  Antiquities. 

German 

.   Translation  and  Reading  continued.     Syntax  of  the  Verb — Whitney. 

Physics 

..Mechanics — Snell's  Olmsted.   Motions  and  Forces.   Machines.  The  Pen- 

dulum.    Projectiles.     Strength  of  Materials. 

Rhetoric 

.    Hepburn's  Manual.      Invention.      Style.       Forms  of  Discourse,   (Seven. 

weeks. ) 

Evidences 

.  .  Lectures  on  Evidences  of  Christianity.      Answer  to    Modern  Forms    of 

Skepticism.     (Five  weeks.) 

THIRD  TERM. 

Greek 

.  Greek  Tragedy.     Written  Translations.     Religion,   Literature  and  Art  of 

the  Greeks. 

German 

.  .Word  Formation.     Schiller's  "  Wilhelm  Tell" — Buchheim. 

Physics 

.  Olmsted's  Natural  Philosophy.     Hydrostatics.     Pneumatics.     Acoustics. 

Electricity.      Heat  and  Light.     Experimental  Lectures  and  Dem- 

onstrations. 

Botany 

.   Gray's  Lessons  and  Manual.   Practice  in  collecting  and  identifying  Plants. 

JUNIOR   CLASS. 

FIRST  TERM. 

Latin 

..Comedies  of  Plautus  and  Terence.     Pliny's  Letters.      History  of  Early 

Roman  Literature. 

French 

.  .  Keetel's  Collegiate  Course  in  French.      Composition.      Translation  and 

Reading.     New  Testament. 

Astronomy  .... 

. .  Snell's  Olmsted.     Geography  of  the  Heavens.     Use  of  Astronomical  In- 

struments. 

Logic 

.  .Deductive  Logic,  with  E.xerciscs.     Inductive  Logic. 

Rhetoric 

. .  During  the  year,  five  Essays,  one  original  Oration  before  the  class,  and 

one  public  Oration. 

The  Bible 

.  .  Lectures  each  week  through  the  year,  on  the  Poetical  and  Prophetical 

Books  of  the  Bible. 

SECOND  TERM. 

Greek 

.  .  Demosthenes'  De  Corona.   Review  of  Syntax.   Rhetorical  Analysis.  His- 

tory and  Political  Institutions  of  the  Greeks. 

Mathematics. 

..Descriptive  Geometry— Church.     Principles  of  Perspective.     Exercises 

in  Mechanical  Drawing. 

Chemistry 

..Lectures — Chemical    Philosophy.       Stoichiometry.      History.      Prepara- 

tion, Properties  and  Uses  in  the  arts  of  Elements  and  Compounds. 

Daily  class  practice  in  the  Laboratory.   Roscoe's  Elementary  Chem- 

istry. 

Zoology 

.   Comparative  and  Systematic  Zoology.      Study  of    Living    and   Cabinet 

Specimens — Nicholson  and  Lectures. 

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THIRD  TERM. 

Latin Cicero's  Philosophical  Works  or  r.ucretius.  History  of  Roman  Litera- 
ture. 

Engineerinc, Civil  Engineering.  Adjustment  and  Use  of  Field  Instruments.  Trigo- 
nometrical and  Topographical  Surveying  and  Leveling.  Free- 
hand Drawing. 

Chemistry Qualitative  Analysis.     Examination  of  Solutions,  .Salts,  Minerals,  Ores, 

Compounds,  etc.     Jones's  Practical  Chemistry. 

PsYCHOLor,^ . .  Nature  of  the  Soul.  Consciousness,  Sense  Perception,  Memory  and  Im- 
agination— Porter,  writh  Lectures.     Essays  by  the  class. 

SENIOR  CLASS. 
FIRST  TERM. 

Greek Plato.     Greek  Philosophy. 

Psychology The  Powers  and  Processes  of  Thought— Porter.     Lectures  on  the  Origin 

and  Authority  of  the  Intuitions,  on  the  Feelings,  and  on  the  Will. 
(Ten  weeks). 

English  Lit History   of    the    Language.     Early    English    Literature.     Lectures   and 

Day's  Introduction  to  English  Literature.     (Four  weeks). 

Mineralogy Lectures — Crystallography,  Classification,  Descriptive  Mineralogy,  Blow- 
pipe Analysis  and  Determinative  Mineralogy,  with  daily  work  in 
the  Laboratory — Brush's  Manual. 

Geology' .\stronomical.  Dynamical,  Structural  and  Historical  Geology.  Hand- 
ling and  Special  Study  of  25  Minerals,  50  Lithological  Specimens 
and  50  characteristic  Fossils.  Field  Excursions  and  Reports.  Le 
Conte  and  Lectures. 

Rhetoric During  the  year,  two  Themes  a.ssigned,  two  Essays,  and  one  public  Ora- 
tion. 

The  Bible Lectures  each  week  through  the   year,   upon  the    System  of  Doctrines 

contained  in  the  Bible. 

SECOND  TERM. 

English   Lit  Study  of  the   Later  Authors.     Philosophy  of  English   Literature— Day, 

Bascom,  and  Lectures. 

Ethics Moral  Philosophy.  Nature  of  Virtue.  Theories  of  Obligation.  Con- 
science. Government.  Personal  Rights  and  Duties — Fairchild. 
Lectures  on  International  Law. 

Evidences Butler's  Analogy.  Study  of  the  Text  with  the  Analysis  of  the  Argu- 
ment. Lectures  *on  English  Deism.  Scope  of  Butler's  Work. 
Present  Value  of  the  Argument.     (Seven  weeks). 

History The  beginnings  of  Modern  History.     States  and  Races  of  Europe.     The 

Mediaeval  Church  and  its  Institutions.  Political  and  Constitu- 
tional History  of  England  and  France.     Lectures.     (Five  weeks). 

THIRD  TERM. 

Economics Political  Economy.  Distribution.  E.\change.  Governmental  Regula- 
tions. 

Art Lectures  on  Architecture,  Painting,  Sculpture  and  Music. 

Physiology Lectures  —  Anatomy,    Human    and    Comparative    Physiology,    Special 

Senses,  Food  and  Nutrition,  Hygiene. 


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52  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


LITERARY  COURSE. 

Candidates  for  admission  to  the  First  year  are  examined  in  English  Grammar 
and  Analysis;  Arithmetic;  Olney's  School  Algebra,  or  an  equivalent;  Latin  Gram- 
mar and  Jones's  Reader;  Ridpath's  History  of  the  United  States;  Geography. 

Candidates  for  advanced  classes  will  be  examined  in  the  previous  studies  of  the 
course. 

FIRST  YEAR. 

FIRST  TERM. 

Mathematics  .  . .  Plane  Geometry — Olney. 

Latin Caesar's  Gallic  War,  one  book.  Syntax  of  Nouns.  Parsing  and  Inflec- 
tion of  Nouns  and  Verbs.  Jones's  Latin  Composition,  Lessons 
I   to  14. 

Nat.   Histokv.  .  .  .  Physical  Geography — Guyot. 

Drawing Lessons  in  Linear  Drawing.     (Optional). 

Rhetoric Four  Essays  in  Narration. 

The  Bible Lectures  each  week  through  the  year,  on  the  Book  of  Genesis,  the  Prime- 
val Age  and  the  Patriarchal  History. 

SECOND  TERM. 

Mathe.matics  .  ..Solid  and  Spherical  Geometry — Olney. 

Latin Cicero's   First  and  Third   Orations  against  Catiline.     Syntax   of  Verbs. 

Force  of  Subjunctives.     Latin  Composition,  Lessons  14  to  28. 

HiSTORV. History  of  Rome — Smith. 

Rhetoric Four  Essays  in  Description. 

THIRD  TERM. 

Mathematics  .  ..Olney's  University  Algebra,  Part  Third. 

Latin Cicero  s  Orations  for  the  Manilian  Law  and   the    Poet  Archias.      Review 

of  Etymology  and  Syntax.  Substantive  Clauses.  Latin  Compo- 
sition, completed. 

Government  ...  .Alden's  Text-book  on  the  Science  of  Government.  Illustrations  on  the 
subject  from  current  events. 

Rhetoric Four  Essays  in  Analysis  and  Comparison. 

SECOND    YEAR. 

FIRST  TERM. 

Mathem  ATics  ...  Plane   and   Spherical  Trigonometry — Loomis.     Surveying.     Use    of  In- 
struments. 
Latin Virgil's  ^neid,  two  Books.     Ancient  Mythology  and  Geography.     Pro- 
sody. 

History Freeman's  Outlines  of  Universal  History. 

Rhetoric One  Essay  and  three  Written  Discussions. 

The  Bible Lectures  each  week  through  the  year,  on  the  Later  Books  of  the  Penta- 
teuch and  the  Early  History  of  Israel. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  53 


SECOND  TERM. 

Physics Mechanics — Snell's  Olmsted.  Motions  and  Forces.  Machines,  Pro- 
jectiles, Strength  of  Materials. 

L.A.TIN Virgil's  .^ineid,  three  Books.     (Elective  with  French). 

French Keetel's  Collegiate  Course   in    French.     Composition,   Translation   and 

Reading.     (Elective  with  Latin). 

Rhetoric. Hepburn's   Manual.     Invention.     Style.     Forms  of  Discourse.     (Seven 

weeks). 

Evidences Lectures  on  Evidences  of  Christianity.     Answer  to   Modern    Forms  of 

Skepticism.     (Five  weeks). 

Rhetoric One  Essay  and  three  Written  Discussions. 

THIRD  TERM. 

Botany Gray's  Lessons   and    Manual.     Practice   in   Collecting   and    Identifying 

Plants. 

French Grammar   completed.     Translation   and    Reading.      Petite    Historic   du 

Peuple  Francais — Lacombe.     (Elective  with  Latin). 

Latin Sallust's  Catiline.  Review  of  Grammar.  Analysis  and  Parsing.  (Elec- 
tive with  French). 

Physics Olmsted's  Natural  Philosophy.     Hydrostatics.     Pneumatics.     Acoustics. 

Electricity.  Heat  and  Light.     Experimental  Demonstrations. 

Rhetoric Four  Essays. 

THIRD  YEAR. 

FIRST  TERM. 

Astrono.mv Snell's  Olmsted.  Geography  of  the  Heavens.  Use  of  Astronomical  In- 
struments. 

German German    Grammar  —  Whitney.     Prose   Composition.      Translation    and 

Reading.     (Elective  with  Latin). 

Logic Deductive  Logic  with  E.\ercises.     Inductive  Logic— Jevons. 

Latin Livy,    Book    21— Capes.     Exercises    in   writing    Latin.     (Elective   with 

German). 

Rhetoric Two  Essays  each  term  during  the  year. 

The  Bible Lectures  each  week  through   the  year,  on  the  Poetical  and    Prophetical 

Books  of  the  Bible. 

SECOND  TERM. 

Chemistry Lectures  —  Chemical  Philosophy.  Stoichiometry.  Properties  of  Ele- 
ments and  Compounds.  Daily  Practice  in  the  Laboratory.  Ros- 
coe's  Elementary  Chemistry. 

Zoology Comparative   and   Systematic   Zoology.     Study   of  Livinc  and   Cabinet 

Specimens.     Nicholson  and  Lectures. 

German Translation  and  Reading  continued.  Syntax  of  Verb  Whitney.  (Elec- 
tive with  Latin). 

Latin Cicero's  De  Senectute  and  De  Amicitia- Crowell.     Exercises  in  writiiii: 

Latin.     (Elective  with  German). 

THIRD  TERM. 

PsYCHOLO(.Y Nature  of  the   Soul.     Consciousness.     Sense  Perception.     Memory  and 

Imagination     Porter,  with  Lectures.     Essays  by  the  class. 

German Word-formation.      Schiller's    "  Wilhelm   Tell  "  -  Buchheim.      (Elective 

with  Latin). 

English  Lit Analysis  of  English  Classics-Shakespeare.  Milton,  Wordsworth.  Cole- 
ridge. 

Latin Horace,    Odes   and    Epodes  -  Cha.se.     Prosody.     Exercises   in   writing 

Latin.     (Elective  with  German). 


54  OBEBLIN  COLLEGE. 


FOURTH  YEAR. 

FIRST  TERM. 

Psychology The  Powers  and  Processes  of  Thought — Porter.  Lectures  on  the  Intui- 
tions, Feelings  and  Will.     (Ten  weeks). 

English  Lit.  ..  History  of  the  Language.  Early  English  Literature.  Lectures,  and 
Day's  Instruction.     (Four  weeks). 

Geology Astronomical,  Dynamical,  Structural  and  Historical  Geology.  Hand- 
ling and  special  study  of  25  Minerals,  50  Lithological  Specimens 
and  50  characteristic  Fossils.  Field  E.xcursions  and  Reports,  Le 
Conte  and  Lectures 

History Guizot's  History  of  Civilization.  Reports  upon  assigned  topics  in  Con- 
temporary History  and  Biography. 

Latin Tacitus.     All  of  Champlin"s  Selections.     History  of  Rome.     Merivale. 

P..HETORIC During  the  year,  two  Themes  assigned,  and  two  Essays. 

The  Biblr Lectures  each  week  through   the   year,  on   the  System  of  Doctrines  con 

tained  in  the  Bible. 

SECOND  TERM. 

English  Lit..  ..  Study  of  Later  Authors.  Philosophy  of  English  Literature — Day,  Bas- 
com,  and  Lectures. 

Ethics Moral  Philosophy.  Nature  of  Virtue.  Theories  of  Obligation.  Con- 
science. Government.  Per.sonal  Rights  and  Duties — Fairchild.  Lec- 
tures on  International  Law. 

Evidences.  ....  Butler's  Analogy.  Text  and  Analysis.  Lectures  on  English  Deism. 
Scope  of.  Butler's  Work.  Present  Value  of  the  Argument.  (Seven 
weeks). 

History.  .  The  beginnings  of  Modern  History.  States  and  Races  of  Europe.  The 
Medifeval  Church  and  its  Institutions.  Political  and  Constitu- 
tional History  of  England  and  of  France.  Lectures.  (Five 
weeks). 

THIRD  TERM. 

Economics Political  Economy.  Production.  Distribution.  E.xchange.  Govern- 
mental Regulations. 

Art Lectures  on  Architecture,  Painting,  .Sculpture  and  Music 

Physiology Lectures  —  Anatomy,     Human    and    Comparative    Physiology,    .Special 

Senses.      Food  and  Nutrition,  Hygiene. 

Each  class  in  the  Department  of  Philosophy  and  the  Arts  meets  once  a  week 
for  lessons  in  the  English  Bible  and  once  for  Rhetorical  Exercises.  Public  Rhe- 
torical Exercises,  consisting  of  orations  and  essays,  are  held  in  the  College  Chapel 
monthly,  in  which  students  of  the  Classical  and  Scientific  Course  take  part  in  turn. 

Students  are  expected  to  be  provided  with  Smith's  Classical  Dictionary  and 
Dictionary  of  Antiquities,  and  a  Classical  Atlas.  The  following  Lexica  are  used: 
Latin — Andrew's,  revised  edition,  or  White's.  Greek — Liddell  &  Scott's,  sixth 
edition,  or  the  abridged  edition  with  Whiton's  Appendices.  German — Whitney, 
Flugel,  or  Adler.  French — Spiers  and  Surrenne.  The  English  method  of  pro- 
nunciation is  followed  in  Latin,  and  the  Continental  method  in  Greek. 


Department  of  Preparatory  Instruction, 


CLASSICAL  SCHOOL. 

The  Classical  Preparatory  School  is  under  the  same  general  supervision  with 
the  other  departments,  and  under  the  immediate  direction  and  management  of  the 
Principal.  The  members  of  this  school  are  subject  to  the  same  regulations  as  other 
students  in  the  College.  It  is  designed  to  prepare  students  for  the  Classical  and 
Scientific  Course  iu  the  Department  of  Philosophy  and  the  Arts. 

The  regular  classes  are  taught  by  the  Principal  and  Tutors;  the  other  classes 
by  teachers  selected  from  those  students  in  Theology  who  have  received  the  degree 
of  Bachelor  of  Arts. 

To  enter  the  Junior  Class,  students  will  be  examined  in  English  Grammar 
through  Syntax,  Arithmetic  through  Percentage,  and  the  Elements  of  Geography. 
Candidates  for  a  higher  standing  will  be  examined  in  the  studies  previously  pursued 
by  the  class  to  which  they  desire  admission. 

JUNIOR  CLASS. 

First  Term Latin  Grammar Allen  &  Greenough. 

Latin  Reader, Jones. 

English  Grammar  .  ■  Harvey. 

Geography Colton. 

Second  Term.. Latin  Reader,  contmued • Jones. 

English  Analysis • Greene. 

History  of  the  United  States Ridpath. 

Third  Ter.m.  .  .C3esar,  one  Book .Stuart. 

History  of  the  United  States Ridpath. 

Arithmetic White. 

Latin  Grammar  .-)nd  Composition,  as  indicated  in  the  Reader,  throughout 
the  year. 


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MIDDLE  CLASS. 

First  Term Csesar,  one  Book— Stewart.     Synta.\  of  the  Noun.     Parsing  and  Inflection. 

Of  Nouns  and  Verbs. 

Latin  Prose  Composition—  Lessons  i  to  14 Jones. 

Greek  Grammar,  to  Contract-Verbs Hadley. 

Greek  Lessons ^o\sc. 

Science  of  Government Alden. 

Second  Ter.m  .  .Cicero,  two  Orations— Allen  &  Greenough.     Synir.v  of  the  \eth      Force  of 
Subjunctives. 

Latin  Prose  Composition,  to  Lesson  28 Jones. 

Greek  Lessons  and  Anabasis— Boise.     Contract  and  Irregular  Verbs 

History  of  Rome ..Smith. 


56  OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


Third  Term  . .  .Cicero,  three  Orations — Allen  &  Greenough,     Analysis  and  Parsing.     Sub- 
stantive Clauses. 

Latin  Prose  Composition,  completed Jones. 

Anabasis,  continued — Boise.     Analysis  of  Verb  Forms. 
History  of  Greece Smith. 

SENIOR  CLASS. 

First  Term Virgil's  ^ILneid,  two  Books  -  Chase.     Mythology  and  Geography.     Prosody. 

Greek  Prose   Composition Jones. 

Anabasis,  continued — Boise.     Syntax   of  Nouns.     Analysis  and  Parsing. 

Algebra Olney. 

Second  Term.. Virgil's  .^Eneid,  three  Books — Chase.     Analysis  and  Parsing.      F'ormation 
of  Words. 

Anabasis,  completed Boise. 

Algebra Olney. 

Third  Ter.m  . .  .  Sallust's  Conspiracy  of  Catiline Stuart. 

Homer's  Iliad,  three  books Boise. 

General  Review  of  Grammar. 

Plane  Geometry Olrey. 

The  object  of  the  linguistic  instruction  in  this  department  is  to  secure  a  perfect 
command  of  the  forms  of  words  in  English,  Greek  and  Latin;  with  such  attention 
as  is  possible  to  Syntax,  Prosody,  History  and  Geography. 

Other  text  books  than  those  specified  are  not  allowed  in  the  recitation  room. 
Lessons  in  the  English  Bible,  and  Rhetorical  Exercises,  weekly  through  the  course. 


ENGLISH  SCHOOL. 

The  English  Preparatory  School  is  under  the  same  general  supervision  with 
the  other  departments,  and  under  the  immediate  direction  and  management  of 
the  Principal.  The  members  of  this  School  are  subject  to  the  same  regulations  as 
other  students  in  the  College.  It  is  particularly  designed  to  prepare  students  for 
the  Literary  Course  in  the  Department  of  Philosophy  and  the  Arts,  but  offers  the 
usual  privileges  of  an  academy  to  students  who  can  spend  but  one  or  two  terms  at 
school.  Especial  attention  is  devoted  to  the  needs  of  those  who  are  preparing  to 
teach.  No  students  are  admitted  who  have  not  advanced  as  far  as  Fractions  in 
Arithmetic. 

The  classes  are  taught  by  Tutors  and  by  teachers  selected  from  the  Theological 
and  higher  College  classes. 

To  enter  the  Senior  class,  students  will  be  examined  in  English  Grammar 
through  Syntax,  Arithmetic  and  Geography. 

SENIOR  CLASS. 

First  Ter.m  .  .  .Algebra Olney. 

Latin  Grammar Allen  &  Greenough. 

Latin  Reader ' Allen  &  Greenough. 

English  Analysis Greene. 

Second  Term  .  .Algebra Olney. 

Latin  Reader, Jones. 

History  of  the  United  States Ridpath. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


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Third  Term  .  . .  Algebra; Olney. 

Latin  Reader Jones. 

History  of  the  United  States Ritlpath. 

Classes  are  organized  each  term  in  the  following  studies: 

Arithmetic— Olney's,  two  classes.     White's  Complete. 

Grammar — Harvey's,  three  classes.     Greene's  Analysis. 

Geography — Colton's,  two  classes. 

Elocution  and  Rhadinc;  -National  Fifth  Reader. 

Algebra — Olney's  School,  three  classes. 

Geometry — Olney's,  two  classes. 

Natural  Philosophy — Avery. 

Physiology — Dalton. 

Lessons  in  the  English   Bible,   and   Rhetorical   E.xercises,   weekly,    for  all  the 
students  in  the  School. 


Drawing  and  Painting, 


A  commodious  room  in  French  Hall  is  devoted  to  the  use  of  this  department. 

PENCIL  DRAWING 

Comprises  free-hand  and  object  drawing,  linear,  perspective,  and  studies  from 
nature. 

CRAYON, 

Studies  of  head  and  figure;  studies  of  animals,   etc.;  also  crayon  portraits, 
drawing  from  casts  in  both. 

OIL  PAINTING. 
Landscape  and  marine  studies,  figures,  animals,  fruit  and  flowers. 


IN  WATER  COLORS 

A  specialty  is  made  of  flower  painting  from  nature. 

Decorative  work  is  done  in  both  oil  and  water  colors. 

At  the  Annual  Commencement,  in  June,  an  Exhibition  is  held  of  work  done 
by  the  pupils  during  the  year;  and  it  is  expected  that  the  drawings  and  paintings 
will  not  be  sent  home  until  after  that  time. 

All  members  of  the  Literary  Course  receive  one  term  of  instruction  in  drawinc 
free. 


Conservatory  of  Music, 


This  Department  is  under  the  same  general  management   as  the  other  Depart- 
ments, and  under  the  special  supervision  of  the  Director. 

Students  in  the  Conservatory  are  subject  to  the  regular  College  discipline. 


COURSE  OF  STUDY. 


HARMONY. 


Scales,  botli  Major  and  Minor,  Intervals  and  their  Inversions,  Chords  in  their  various 
relations.  Part-writing,  Modulation,  Choral,  Single  and  Double  Counterpoint,  Composition, 
and  Analysis  of  Musical  Works. 


The  following  is  an  outline  of  the  mechanical  part  of  the  course  pursued  here: 

PIANO  FORTE. 

Duvernoy,  op.  120. 

Czerny,  op.  636. 

Heller,  op.  46. 

Spindler,  op.  141. 

Selections  from  Heller,  op.  45  and  16. 

Le  Couppey,  op.  20. 

Selections  from  Krause,  op.  5,  and  Loeschhorn,  op.  66,  in  connection  with  Czerny,  op. 
299,  appro.x'imating  metronome  time. 

KuUak's  Octave  School. 

Jensen,  op.  32. 

Cramer's  Fifty  .Studies  (Von  Bulow's  edition). 

Besides  these,  selections  from  Loeschhorn,  op.  38,  52  and  67,  Schmidt,  op.  16,  and 
Czerny,  op.  740,  will  be  used  at  the  discretion  of  the  teachers. 

The  iesthetic  development  will  be  made  to  keep  pace  with  the  above  by  the  study  of 
Sonatas,  Salon-pieces,  Trios  (with  stringed  instruments).  Concertos  and  other  works,  with 
orchestral  accompaniment  by  the  best  composers. 

CULTIVATION  OF  THE  VOICE. 

Careful  instruction  is  given  in  the  use  of  the  voice,  and  the  correct  manner  of  producing 
a  good  tone;  thorough  drill  in  Technical  E.vercises,  .Solfeggios,  Vocalises,  etc.,  to  give 
control  over,  and  flexibility  to  the  voice:  and  practice  in  singing  the  best  English,  German, 
Italian  and  French  Songs,  Operatic  Arias  and  .Solos  from  the  Oratorios,  for  expression  and 
the  development  of  a  pure  style. 


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ORGAN. 

Selections  from  Rink's  and  Ritter's  Organ  Schools. 

Pedal  Technics — Thayer. 

Pedal  Studies — Volkmar. 

Studies  in  Pedal  Phrasing — Buck. 

Trios,  op.  20,  Richter,  and  op.  39,  Merkel. 

Fugues  from  the  Well-Tempered  Clavier,  arr.  by  Van  Eyken — Bach. 

Selections  from  Mendelssohn's  Sonatas,  Preludes  and  Fugues,  Ritter's  Sonatas,  Bach's 
Organ  Works. 

Miscellaneous  selection.-,  from  the  works  of  Guilmanl,  Buck,  Smart,  G.  Ad.  Thoma.%> 
Best,  Freyer,  Richter,  Hesse,  Rilter  and  others. 

Exercises  in  playing  Church  Music,  Voluntaries,  accompanying  Choirs,  Registration, 
etc.,  including  all  that  is  necessary  to  give  one  a  thorough  mastery  over  the  organ  for 
Church  or  Concert  use. 


VIOLIN. 

Pupils  receive  careful  instruction  as  to  the  correct  manner  of  holding  the  Violin,  using 
the  bow,  and  producing  a  good  tone. 

The  course  comprises,  besides  David's  School,  Etudes  by  Wichtel,  Kay.ser,  Kreulzer, 
Prume,  etc.,  with  selections  from  the  compositions  of  Alard,  Rode,  De  Beriot,  Sphor,  Lafont, 
Schumann,  Schubert,  Weber,  Mozart  and  Beethoven. 

Viola  and  Violoncello  are  also  taught,  and  pupils  who  are  sufficiently  advanced  in  the 
study  of  any  of  these  instruments  will  have  an  opportunity  for  practice  in  siring  quartettes, 
trios,  concertos,  and  the  Conservatory  Orchestra. 

The  length  of  time  necessary  for  the  completion  of  this  Course  cannot  be  slated 
definitely,  but  will  vary  from  three  to  five  years.  All  students  completing  the 
Course  in  four  of  the  above  branches  are  awarded  Diplomas  by  the  College,  pro- 
vided they  have  presented  to  the  Director  satisfactory  evidence  of  proficiency  in  the 
fundamental  branches  of  an  English  education.  No  one  will  be  graduated  who  has 
pursued  less  than  three  of  the  above  branches. 

Weekly  rehearsals  are  given,  at  which  pupils  who  are  competent  are  expected 
to  perform.  Pupils  must  furnish  or  rent  their  instruments  for  practice.  Pianos 
can  always  be  rented  in  town  at  reasonable  rates.  Students  in  other  departments, 
taking  lessons  in  music,  are  required  to  make  their  arrangements  with  the  Director 

Catalogues,  containing  full  particulars  concerning  this  department,  can  be  ob- 
tained by  addressing  the  Director,  Prof.  F.  R.  Rice,  Oberlin,  Ohio. 


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ADMISSION. 

The  educational  facilities  at  Oberlin  have  always  been  open  to  all  applicants, 
without  regard  to  sex  or  color.  The  student,  in  every  department,  pursues  his 
studies  in  his  private  room,  and  meets  with  his  class  in  the  public  room  for  recita- 
tion. No  arrangement  is  made  for  those  who  have  not  sufficient  maturity  and 
self-control  to  study  profitably  under  these  conditions.  Both  sexes  recite  in  the 
same  classes  when  pursuing  the  same  studies. 

Candidates  for  admission  to  any  of  the  departments  must  furnish  satisfactory 
evidence  of  good  character;  and  those  coming  from  other  institutions  must  bring  a 
certificate  of  honorable  dismission.  None  are  admitted  to  full  membership  until 
they  have  honorably  passed  a  probation  of  six  months.  None  will  be  received 
under  sixteen  years  of  age,  unless  committed  to  the  care  of  some  approved  resident 
of  the  place,  after  special  arrangement  with  the  Faculty. 

REGULATIONS.    • 

The  regulations  of  the  Institution  are  few  and  simple,  appealing  to  the  student's 
self-respect  and  personal  responsibility.  He  is  required  to  abstain  from  the  use  of 
tobaccco  and  intoxicating  drinks.  Secret  societies  are  not  allowed  in  connection 
with  the  College.  No  student  is  allowed  to  visit  one  of  tlie  other  sex  at  a  private 
room,  except  by  special  permission  in  case  of  severe  sickness. 

RELIGIOUS  EXERCISES. 

All  students  are  required  to  attend  Church  twice  on  the  Sabbath,  and  to  attend 
daily  prayers  in  the  evening  at  the  Chapel,  and  in  the  morning  with  the  families  in 
which  they  boai'd.  Every  class  has  a  weekly  exercise  in  the  English  Bible,  which 
all  are  required  to  attend. 

There  is  a  weekly  prayer  meeting  on  Monday  evening  for  all  young  people, 
conducted  by  the  students;  and  a  weekly  prayer  meeting  for  each  class,  conducted 
by  one  of  the  teachers. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

At  the  close  of  each  term,  the  classes  are  examined  in  the  studies  of  (hat  term, 
and  at  the  end  of  the  year  there  are  general  examinations,  oral  and  written,  in  all 
departments. 

Every  recitation  and  examination  is  marked,  and  a  record  is  kept  by  the  Faculty 
of  the  attainments  of  each  student,  and  also  of  his  delinquencies.     Information 


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concerning  his  progress  and  deportment  is,  when  requested,  communicated  to  the 
parent  or  guardian. 

DEGREES  AND  DIPLOMAS. 

The  degree  of  Bachelor  of  Divinity  is  conferred  upon  the  graduates  of  ihe 
Department  of  Theology  ;  that  of  Bachelor  of  Arts  upon  the  graduates  of  the  Clas- 
sical and  Scientific  Course  in  the  Department  of  Philosophy  and  the  Arts.  The 
degree  of  Master  of  Arts  is  conferred  upon  any  Bachelor  of  Arts  of  three  or  more 
years  standing,  who  has  been  engaged  in  literary  or  scientific  pursuits,  and  has  sus- 
tained a  good  moral  character.  Diplomas,  certifying  the  successful  completion  of 
the  prescribed  course  of  study,  are  given  to  the  graduates  of  the  Literary  Course  in 
the  Department  of  Philosophy  and  the  Arts,  and  to  the  graduates  of  the  Conserva- 
tory of  Music.  Graduates  from  the  full  course  in  either  Department,  and  ihose  re- 
ceiving the  degree  of  Master  of  Arts,  pay  a  diploma  fee  of  $5.00  each. 

LIBRARIES. 

The  Libraries  connected  with  the  College  number  over  fifteen  thousand  vol- 
umes, and  are  constantly  receiving  additions.  They  are  made  doubly  valuable  \.o 
students  by  the  counsel  and  assistance  of  a  very  competent  librarian. 

CABINETS. 

The  Cabinets  in  Geology  and  Natural  History  amply  illustrate  the  branches  of 
Mineralogy,  Lithological  Geology,  Palaeontology,  Archaeology,  Radiate  Life,  Amer- 
ican and  Foreign  Shells  and  Insects,  and  many  branches  of  Vertebrate  Life.  Kx- 
tensive  and  valuable  additions  have  been  recently  made  to  these  collections. 

CHEMICAL   LABORATORY. 

Ample  facilities  are  afforded  students  for  special  study  in  Chemistry.  The  Labo- 
ratories are  well  equipped  with  conveniences — furnished  work-tables,  water  and  gas 
supplies,  fine  balances  and  apparatus  for  both  general  and  special  analytical  work. 
Students  pursuing  the  General  Course  in  Chemistry  may  in  addition  elect  the  Ex- 
perimental Course  in  Laboratory  Practice.  The  second  term  in  Chemistry,  elective 
to  members  of  the  Junior  class,  is  devoted  to  general  Qualitative  Analysis.  Special 
and  post-graduate  students  desiring  to  pursue  a  further  course  in  advanced  chemical 
work,  can  do  so  by  arrangement  with  the  Professor  of  Chemistry. 

The  facilities  afforded  in  the  pursuit  of  Mineralogy  are  :  an  extensive  Mineralog- 
ical  cabinet,  a  large  collection  of  crystal  models,  and  convenient  blowpipe  tables 
furnished  with  the  best  apparatus. 

LECTURES. 

In  addition  to  the  lectures  announced  in  the  Courses  of  Study,  Practical  Lec- 
tures on  General.  Habits,  Methods  of  Study,  and  other  important  subjects,  are  de- 
livered once  in  two  weeks  to  the  young  women,  by  the  Principal  of  the  Ladies'  De- 
partment, and  to  the  young  men  of  the  I'reparatory  Schools  by  the  Principal  of 
those  schools. 


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A  lecture  is  given  in  the  College  Chapel  to  the  students  of  all  departments 
each  Thursday  afternoon.  These  lectures  discuss  a  wide  range  ot  topics,  and  are 
delivered  in  turn  by  the  President  and  Professors,  and  by  invited  speakers  from 
abroad. 

PENMANSHIP. 

Arrangements  are  made  to  furnish  instruction  in  Penmanship,  under  a  perma- 
nent and  approved  teacher.  A  pleasant  and  commodious  room  in  Tappan  Hall  is 
devoted  to  classes  in  writing.  For  terms  see  table  of  extra  charges,  or  address  the 
Instructor  in  Penmanship. 

FACILITIES  FOR  SELF-SUPPORT. 

The  College  does  not  furnish  manual  labor  to  students.  Diligent  and  faithful 
young  men  can  usually  find  employment  in  the  village,  with  satisfactory  compensa- 
tion, for  all  the  time  that  they  can  profitably  spare  from  their  studies.  A  large 
number  earn  enough  from  term  to  term  to  meet  a  great  part  of  their  expenses — by 
working  at  trades,  doing  chores  at  private  houses,  taking  care  of  gardens,  sawing 
wood,  teaching  school  in  vacation,  etc.,  etc.  A  few  yoiing  men  find  employment 
in  the  care  of  the  college  buildings.  Occasionally  a  student  by  rigid  economy  and 
hard  work  is  able  to  meet  all  of  his  expenses,  while  studying,  from  liis  earnings. 
But  in  such  case  his  health  or  his  studies  are  almost  sure  to  suffer.  No  one  should 
come,  even  for  one  term,  expecting  to  support  himself,  without  at  least  twenty-five 
dollars  at  his  command  to  use  as  needed.  .Special  arrangements  are  made  so  that 
those  students  who  are  obliged  to  teach  in  the  Winter,  can  make  up  the  studies  of 
the  Winter  term  in  the  .Summer  vacation,  under  the  instruction  of  members  of  the 
P'aculty.  Free  tuition  is  furnished  to  a  limited  number  of  self-supporting  students, 
as  provided  for  in  the  list  of  scholarships  enumerated  elsewhere,  and  the  College 
has  funds  for  otherwise  aiding  certain  classes  of  needy  students,  to  some  extent. 
But  the  chief  advantage  it  can  offer  indigent  students  is  the  very  low  rate  at  which 
all  its  facilities  are  afforded. 

LADIES'  DEPARTMENT. 

Young  women  in  all  the  departments  of  study  are  under  the  supervision  of  the 
Principal  of  the  Ladies'  Department,  and  the  management  of  the  Ladies'  Board. 
They  are  required  to  be  in  their  rooms  after  eight  o'clock  in  the  evening  during  the 
Spring  and  Summer  months,  and  after  half-past  seven  during  the  Fall  and  Winter 
months. 

Every  young  woman  is  required  to  present,  once  in  two  weeks,  a  written  re- 
port of  her  observance  and  her  failures  in  the  observance  of  the  regulations  of  the 
department,  signed  by  the  matron  of  the  family  in  which  she  boards.  These  re- 
ports, together  with  the  marks  of  her  recitations,  are  recorded  by  the  Principal, 
and  are  open  at  all  times  for  the  inspection  of  the  Faculty,  the  Ladies'  Board,  and 
all  friends  interested. 


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ROOMS  AND  BOARD. 

Rooms  and  table  board  can  be  had  in  the  college  buildings  or  in  private 
families  as  preferred. 

The  Ladies'  Hall  has  rooms  for  one  hundred  women,  and  a  boarding  hall 
for  the  accommodation  of  its  occupants  and  of  gentlemen  rooming  elsewhere.  It 
is  a  fine  brick  building,  with  pleasant  grounds,  and  easy  of  access  to  the  recita- 
tion rooms.  The  Principal  of  the  Ladies'  Department,  and  the  Assistant  Principal, 
make  their  home  here.  Each  room  is  intended  for  two  occupants.  It  has  a  closet 
attached,  and  is  furnished  with  inside  blinds,  air-tight  wood  stove,  bedstead,  spring 
bed,  husk  mattrass,  carpet,  wash-stand,  chairs,  non-explosive  lamp,  and  other 
necesiary  furniture  except  bedding.  The  latter  the  occupant  furnishes  herself;  or, 
if  desired,  she  can  rent  it  on  reasonable  terms  from  the  Superintendent.  Each 
lady  also  furnishes  her  own  towels  and  table  napkins.  Room  rent  in  the  Hall  is 
$10.50  a  term  for  each  person.  This  pays,  also,  for  lights,  the  privileges  of  the 
house,  and  the  care  of  an  excellent  nurse  in  any  ordinary  sickness.  Fuel  is  fur. 
nished — delivered  in  the  room — as  required,  the  charge  being  according  to  the 
amount  consumed.  No  room  will  be  considered  engaged  for  any  term,  unless  two 
dollars  has  been  paid  in  advance  on  rent.  This  sum  will  be  forfeited  if  the  room  is 
not  taken,  unless  written  notice  is  given  to  Mr.  R.  Hatch,  Superintendent  of  the 
Hall,  two  weeks  before  the  opening  of  the  term.  Any  one  leaving  before  the  end 
of  the  term  will  not  be  entitled  to  a  return  of  any  part  of  the  money  paid  for  room 
rent.  Room  rent  is  payable  each  term  in  advance  and  table  board  each  half  term 
in  advance,  to  the  Superintendent  of  the  Hall.  Applications  for  admission  to  the 
Hall  should  be  made  to  the  Principal  of  the  Ladies'  Department. 

Young  women  purposing  to  live  in  private  families  are  expected  to  consult  the 
Principal  before  engaging  their  boarding  places.  Young  women  are  allowed  to 
board 'themselves,  by  making  arrangements  with  the  Principal  beforehand. 

Rooms  for  young  men,  in  Tappan  Hall,  are  furnished  with  stove,  table,  chairs, 
wash-stand  and  bedstead.  The  charge — for  two  rooms — when  occupied  by  only 
one  person,  is  $4.00  a  term  ;  when  occupied  by  two  persons,  $2.50  each. 

None  but  students  in  the  Theological  Department  are  allowed  to  occupy  rooms 
in  Council  Hall. 

Living  expenses  vary  somewhat  with  the  cost  of  provisions.  Students  who  are 
willing  to  live  plainly,  can  live  at  as  low  cost  and  as  well,  for  the  money,  as  in  any 
other  college.  At  present,  table  board  at  the  Ladies'  Hall  is  $2.45  per  week, 
making  cost  of  room  and  board  at  Ladies'  Hall  about  $3.25  per  week.  In  private 
families,  table  board  and  furnished  rooms  range  in  price,  according  to  quality,  from 
$2.50  to  $4.00  per  week  ;  fuel  and  lights  extra.  There  is  no  difficulty  in  securing 
board  and  rooms  at  any  time  of  the  year. 

To  meet  the  case  of  students  who,  from  preference  or  necessity,  wish  to  bring 
their  expenses  down  to  the  lowest  point  consistent  with  healthful  living,  arrange- 
ments have  been  made  for  furnishing  board  and  room  for  young  women  at  Stewart 
Hall,  corner  of  Main  and  Lorain  streets,  for  $2.00  a  week,  or  for  $1.50  a  week  and 
two  hours'  work  a  day.  Each  room  is  furnished  with  bedstead,  mattrass.  tabic, 
chairs,  stove  and  washstand.  Bedding,  and  all  other  articles  required  for  furnish- 
ing the  room,  aside  from  those  just  mentioned,  are  supplied  by  the  occupant.     The 


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table  fare  is  of  the  best  quality,  but  plain — dispensing  with  tea  and  coffee,  and  ex- 
pensive luxuries,  for  the  sake  of  keeping  the  price  at  the  lowest  rate.  Young  men 
are  furnished  table  board  at  Stewart  Hall  for  $1.75  a  week  ;  or  board  at  Stewart 
Hall  with  room  in  Tappan  Hall  for  $2.00  a  week,  or  $1.50  a  week  and  one  and 
one-half  hours'  work  a  day.  Under  this  arrangement  it  is  believed  students  are 
able  to  live  as  cheaply  as  they  can  board  themselves,  while  they  escape  the  obvious 
disadvantages  and  deprivations  of  self-boarding.  By  means  of  it,  and  a  similar 
economy  in  other  expenditures,  one  hundred  dollars  can  be  made  to  meet  all  abso- 
lutely necessary  expenses  for  tuition,  incidentals,  board,  room,  books,  fuel,  ligjits, 
and  washing  for  a  college  year. 

EXPENSES. 

The  following  table  exhibits  a  careful  estimate  of  the  usual  expenses  for  a  term 
of  twelve  weeks,  in  any  department  except  the  Theological,  in  which  there  is  no 
charge  for  tuition,  room  rent  or  use  of  library.  Thorough  instruction  in  vocal 
music  is  free  to  all.  Tuitition,  incidentals,  and  all  extra  charges  are  payable  each 
term  in  advance.  Second-hand  text-books  can  usually  be  purchased  at  the  book- 
stores at  largely  reduced  prices. 

Tutilion $3  00      $3  00 

Incidentals,   (including  use  of  Library  and  Gymnasium) 700        7  00 

Board,  $1.75  to  $3  00  per  week 21  00  to  36  00 

Room  Rent 3  00  to  12  00 

Fuel,  Lights  and  Washing 4  00  to  15  00 

Books  and  Stationary 2  00  to    5  00 

$40  00    $78  00 

EXTRA  CHARGES. 

Laboratory  Practice $5  00 

Qualitative  Analysis 10  00 

Mineralogy  and  Blowpipe  Analysis 5  00 

Piano 15  00 

Organ 15  00 

Cultivation  of  the  Voice 15  00 

Violin,  Viola  or  Violoncello i  S  00 

Harmony 6  00 

Use  of  Instrument,  one  hour  per  day $2  00 — 3  00 

Use  of  Musical  Library i  00 — 3  00 

Oil  Painting,  with  use  of  Models,  thirty-five  lessons 10  00 

Water  Colors •. 6  00 

Crayon  Drawing,  fifty  lessons 7  00 

Linear  Perspective 6  00 

French  or  German,  except  in  ihe  Regular  Courses 5  oo 

Penmanship,  one  term,  one  hour  a  day 5  00 

Penmanship,  one  month,  constant  practice 6  00 

Full  Course  in  Practical,  or  Ornamental,  Penmanship,  each 20  00 

Full  Course  in  both  styles 30  00 

Students  can  deposit  their  money  with  the  College  Treasurer  at  the  opening  of 
the  term,  and  draw  it  out  from  time  to  time  in  such  sums  as  may  be  needed,  after- 
ward. The  officers  of  the  College  cannot,  however,  undertake  to  exercise  any  spe- 
cial supervision  of  the  individual  expenditures  of  students. 


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RAILWAY  FARES— REDUCED  RATES. 

Arrangements  hive  been  made  with  the  Lake  Shore  &  Michigan  Southern 
Railway,  by  which  students  wishing  to  make  vacations  visits  home  can  procure 
round  trip  tickets  from  Oberlin  to  any  point  on  that  road  between  Buffalo  and 
Chicago,  or  to  any  point  on  its  branch  lines  to  Oil  City,  Pa.,  Youngstown,  O., 
Detroit,  Lansing,  and  Grand  Rapids,  Mich.,  and  return,  at  the  special  rate  of  two 
cents  a  mile. 

GYMNASIUMS. 

The  College  has  two  well-equipped  gymnasiums — one  for  young  men  and  one 
for  young  women — in  which  students  are  required  to  take  exercise  with  their  re- 
spective classes,  unless  excufed  because  of  manual  labor. 

LOCATION  AND  SURROUNDINGS. 

The  College  is  located  at  Oberlin,  Lorain  county,  Ohio,  a  pleasant  and  health- 
ful village  of  some  four  thousand  inhabitants,  thirty  miles  west  of  Cleveland.  Situ- 
ated on  the  Lake  Shore  and  Michigan  Southern  Railway,  it  is  easily  accessible 
from  all  parts  of  the  country.  The  place  was  founded  as  a  home  for  the  College, 
and  the  population  consist  chiefly  of  those  who  have  been  drawn  there  by  educa- 
tional attractions.  This  gives  it  a  special  atmosphere  of  culture  and  good  order, 
while  as  a  home  for  students  it  is  remarkably  free  from  the  temptations  and  dangers 
often  surrounding  school  life.  There  are  no  drinking  saloons  in  town.  But  those 
who  seek  bad  company  will  find  it — or  make  it — anywhere,  and  the  College  does 
not  offer  itself  as  a  reformatory  for  young  people  who  are  to3  wayward  for  home 
restraints.  The  churches  of  the  place  consist  of  two  Congregational — numbering 
some  six  hundred  members  each — two  Methodist,  one  Protestant  Episcopal,  and 
one  Baptist.     Each  student  attends  the  church  of  his  choice. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

A  student  can  enter  at  any  time,  but  it  is  specially  desirable  to  be  present,  if 
possible,  at  the  opening  of  the  term.  No  money  is  refunded  to  a  student  who 
leaves  before  the  close  of  the  term,  except  in  cases  where  one  is  excused  from  his 
classes,  within  two  weeks  of  the  opening  of  the  term,  on  account  of  his  own  sick- 
ness, in  which  event  a  part  of  his  term  bills— about  one-half— will  be  refunded. 
A  student  taking  a  regular  course,  and  absent  for  a  full  term,  is  required  to  pay  the 
tuition  fee  for  that  term,  if  he  maintains  his  standing  with  his  class. 

Students  who  do  not  wish  to  take  a  full  course,  can  select  such  studies  in  any 
department  as  they  are  prepared  to  pursue  to  advantage. 

Opportunities  are  afforded  by  the  lecture  courses,  that  are  kept  up  through  the 
most  of  the  college  year,  to  hear  the  best  lecturers  in  the  land  ;  and  choice  musical 
entertainments  are  furnished,  from  time  to  time,  in  connectiou  with  the  Conserva- 
tory. 

Letters  of  inquiry  may  be  addressed  to  the  Secretary  of  the  College,  Mr.  J.  B. 
T.  Marsh,  Oberlin,  Ohio. 


Ptl^tilar$l^ips. 


The  College  has  the  following  Scholarships,  which  are  available  in  the  assistance 
of  students,  as  specified: 

Trustees'  Scholarships. — Voted  by  the  Board  of  Trustees,  and  furnishing 
free  tuition  ($3.00)  each  term  to  twenty-five  self-supporting  students. 

Hinchman  Scholarships. — Founded  by  Miss  Jane  Hinchman,  of  Philadel- 
phia, and  furnishing  free  tuition  {$3.00)  to  ten  self-supporting  young  women. 

Avery  Scholarships. — Founded  by  the  executors  of  the  estate  of  Rev.  Charles 
Avery,  of  Pittsburgh,  Penn.,  and  furnishing  free  tuition  ($3.00)  to  fifty  "indigent 
and  worthy  "  colored  students. 

Finney  Scholarship. — Founded  by  Mrs.  Caroline  Phelps  Stokes,  of  New 
York  City,  and  yielding  the  interest  on  $1,250,  for  a  colored  student  preparing  for 
missionary  work  in  Africa. 

Howard  L.  Valentine  Scholarship. — Founded  by  Mrs.  Lucy  H.  Valentine, 
of  Mountainville,  N.  Y.,  and  yielding  the  interest  on  $1,000  to  a  self-supporting 
young  woman. 

Butler  Scholarship. —  Founded  by  Mrs.  Mahala  Butler,  of  Winchendon, 
Mass.,  and  yielding  the  interest  on  $1,000,  for  the  assistance  of  young  men  study- 
ing for  the  ministry. 

Painesville  Scholarship. — Founded  by  the  Congregational  Church  of  Paines- 
ville,  Ohio,  and  yielding  the  interest  on  $1,000,  for  the  assistance  of  young  men 
studying  for  the  ministry. 

The  Avery  Fund. — Established  by  the  executors  of  the  estate  of  Rev.  Charles 
Avery,  of  Pittsburgh,  Penn.,  and  yielding  the  interest  on  $6,000,  for  the  aid  of 
"  indigent  and  worthy  "  colored  students. 

The  Jones  Fund.  —  Originating  in  a  bequest  by  Miss  Jones,  of  Syracuse, 
N.  Y.,  and  since  increased  by  the  donations  of  others,  which  yields  the  interest  on 
$1,000,  to  be  loaned  to  self-supporting  young  women. 


iaij-noait. 


U|. 


TERMS  AND  VACATIONS. 
1880. 

Fall  Term  begins Tuesday,   Sept.    14. 

Winter  Vacation  begins Tuesday,  Dec.  21. 

18S1. 

Winter  Term  begins :... Tuesday,  Jan.  4. 

Spring  Vacation  begins Saturday,  March  26. 

Spring  Term  begins Tuesday,  April  5. 

Summer  Vacation  begins Thursday,  June  30. 

Fall  Term  begins Tuesday,  Sept.  13. 


PUBLIC  OCCASIONS. 
1881. 

Junior  Exhibition Friday,  April    15. 

Union  Exhibition  of  the  Ladies'  Literary  Societies Wednesday.  June  14. 

Exhibition  of  the  Senior  Preparatory  Class Wednesday,  June  22. 

Exhibition  of  the  Conservatory  of  Music Thursday,  June  23. 

Address  to  the  Theological  Alumni Friday,  June  24. 

Commencement,  Department  of  Theology Saturday,  June  25. 

Baccalaureate  Sermon Sunday,  June  26. 

Address  before  the  Missionary  Society Sunday,  June  26. 

Union  Exhibition  of  the  College  Societies Monday,  June  27. 

Address  before  the  Literary  Societies Monday,  June  27. 

Commencement,  Literary  Course !!..  ...Tuesday,  June  28. 

Address  before  the  Society  of  Alumni Tuesday,  June  28. 

Commencement,  Classical  and  Scientific  Course Wednesday,  June  29. 


TABULAR  VIEW  OF  THE  EXERCISES 


DEPARTMENT  OF  PHILOSOPHY  AND  THE  ARTS, 

FOR  THE  YEAR  1879-80. 


FALL  TERM. 


8-9. 

9 — 10. 

10 — II. 

II — 12. 

« 

Latin 

Geometry 

Greek 

Greek 

J3 

vSoPHOMOKE  .  .. 

Junior 

Senior 

KiRST  Vear. 

Calculus 

Astronomv     

F'rench 

Latin 

Lottie 

Mineralogy 

Greek 

Mental  Philos. . 
Geometry 

Geology 

Latin 

Physical  Geography 
Trigonometry 

Second  Year.  . 
Third  Year  . . 
Fourth  Year. 

Outlines  of  History. 

ai** 

German 

Mental  Philos. . 

Logic 

Geology 

3 

H 

Hist,  of  Civilization 

Saturday. — Freshman,  Bible  Exercise  instead  of  Geometry;  First  Year,  Bible  Exercise  instead 
of  Physical  Geography  ;  Sophomore,  Bible  Exercise  instead  of  Greek  ;  Second  Year,  Bible 
Exercise  instead  of  Trigonometry  ;  Junior  and  Third  Year,  Bible  Exercise  instead  of  Logic  ; 
Senior  and  Fourth  Year,  Bible  Exercise  instead  of  Mental  Philosophy. 

WINTER  TERM. 


8^. 

9 — 10. 

10 — II. 

11  —  IZ. 

., 

Freshman 

Algebra    

Latin 

Greek 

s . 

Sophomore  . .. 

Junior 

Senior 

Mechanics 

Latin 

German 

Desc'tive  Geom 
Eng.  Literature 

Evidcs.&Rhet. 

Greek 

Zoology    

Chemistry 

Moral  Philos 

■^r^ 

Butler— Mod.  Hist. 

^.J 

First  Year.  . . 
Second  Year,  . 
Third  Year  .. 
Fourth  Year. 

History  of  Rome. . . 

Evidcs.ARhet. 

«^ 

Chemistry 

Moral  Philos. . 

eS 

Butler— Mod.  Hist. 

Eng.  Literature 

Saturday. — Freshman,  Bible  Exercise  instead  of  Latin  ;  First  Year,  Bible  Exercise  instead  of 
Geometry  ;  Sophomore  and  Second  Year,  Bible  Exercise  instead  of  Mechanics;  Junior 
and  Third  Year,  Bible  E.xercise  instead  of  Zoology ;  Senior  and  Fourth  Year,  Bible 
Exercise  iastead  of  Moral  Philosophy. 

SPRING  TERM. 


8-9. 

9 — 10. 

10 — II. 

II — 12. 

- 

Latin 

Trigonometry. . 
Botany 

Greek 

J3 

Sophomore  . .. 
Junior 

Greek    

German 

Nat.  Philos. . . 

Civil  Engineering.. 

Ment.  Philos, . 

•2" 

Lectures  on  Art. .  . . 
Science  of  Gov't. .  . . 

Physiologj' .... 

Pol.  Economy. 

*■== 

First  Year.  .. 
Second  Year.. 
Third  Year  .. 
Fourth  Year 

Botany 

Nat.  Philos... 

4i^ 

English  Classics... 

German  or  Latin. . . 

Ment.  Philos. . 

^ 

Physiology 

Pol.  Economy. 

Saturday. — Freshman,  Bible  Exercise  instead  of  Greek  ;  First  Year,  Bible  Exercise  instead  of 
Latin  ;  Sophomore  and  Second  Year,  Bible  E.xercise  instead  of  Botany ;  Junior  and  Third 
Year,  Bible  Exercise  instead  of  Mental  Philosophy;  Senior  and  Fourth  Year.  Bible  Exer- 
cise instead  of  Political  Economy. 


Rhetorical  Exercises  through  the  year  on  Monday.  First  Year  and  Second  Year,  from  2  to  4 
P.M.;  Freshman,  Sophomore,  Junior  and  Third  Year,  from  ro  to  12  a.m.;  Senior  and 
Fourth  Year,  from  i  to  3  p.m. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

1881-82- 


CATALOGUE 


Officers  and  Students 


OP 


H 


RLI 


H 


H 


COLLEGE  YEAR, 


1881-82. 


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CHICAGO: 

BLAKELY,    MARSH    *    CO.,    PRIXTKRS, 
l88j. 


BOARD  OF  TRUSTEES. 


Rev.  JAMES  H.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 

TERM  EXPIRES  1882. 

JAMES  MONROE Oberlin. 

J.  E.  INGERSOLL Cleveland. 

J.  D.  COX Cincinnati. 

DAN   P.  EELLS Cleveland. 

TERM  EXPIRES  1S83. 
.  E.  J.  GOODRICH Oberlin. 

F.  C.  SESSIONS.... Columbus. 

L.  C.  WARNER,  M.   D New  York. 

ISAAC  STONE Northampton,  Mass. 

TERM  EXPIRES  1884. 

Rev.  R.  G.  HUTCHINS Columbus. 

E.  W.  METCALF Elyria. 

J.  E.  MARSHALL Sandusky. 

G.  HENRY  WHITCOMB Worcester,  Ma.ss. 

TERM  EXPIRES  1881;. 

Rev.  MICHAEL  E.  STRIEBY Newark,  N.  J. 

URIAH  THOMPSON Oberlin. 

Rev.  WILLIAM  B.  BROWN Orange,  N.  J. 


TERM  EXPIRES  1886. 

Rev.  JOSIAH   STRONG Hudson. 

A.  B.  NETTLETON Minneapolis,  Minn. 

Rev.  WOLCOTT  B.  WILLIAMS Charlotte,  Mich. 

SETH   H.  SHELDON Cleveland. 

■ 

TERM  EXPIRES  1SS7. 

J.  G.  W.  COWLES .' Cleveland. 

WILLIAM  SUMNER Cincinnati. 

T.  L.  NELSON Elyria. 

W.  H.  UPSON Akron. 


PRUDENTIAL  COMMITTEE, 


Pres.  J.  H.  FAIRCHILD.  E.  J.  GOODRICH. 

URIAH  THOMPSON.  J.  B.  T.  MARSH. 

Prof.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS.  Prof.  G.  W.  SHURTLEFF. 

R.  HATCH. 


J.  B.  T.  MARSH,  Secretary  and  Treasurer. 


Rev.  G.  P.  KIMBALL,  Financial  Secretary. 


LADIES'  BOARD  OF  MANAGERS. 


Mrs.  a.  a.  F.  JOHNSTON.  Mrs.  MARY  B.  SHURTLEFF, 

Mrs.  MINERVA  E.  ELLIS.  Mrs.  HELEN  M.  RICE. 

Mrs.  ELIZABETH  S.  xMEAD.  Mrs.  M.  J.  P.  HATCH. 

Mrs.  J.  AUGUSTA  SMITH.  Mrs.  ABBY  VV.  MARSH. 


Rev.  HENRY   MATSON.  Librmuan. 


FACULTY. 


>-- 


Rev.  JAMES   H.  FAIRCHILD,  President, 

PROFESSOR    OF   THEOLOGY   AND    MORAL   PHILOSOPHY. 
FINNEY  PROFESSORSHIP. 


Rev.  JOHN  MORGAN, 

EMERITUS   PROFESSOR    OF    NEW   TEST.\MENT   LITERATURE   AND    BIBLICAL  THEOLOGY. 

Rev.  JOHN  M.  ELLIS, 

PROFESrOR   OF   MENTAL   PHILOSOPHY    AND   RHETORIC. 
STONE   PROFESSORSHIP. 

Rev.  CHARLES  H.  CHURCHILL, 

PROFESSOR    OF   MATHEMATICS   AND   NATUR.\L  PHILOSOPHY^. 

Rev.  JUDSON  SMITH, 

PROFESSOR    OF   CHLRCH    HISTORY   ANIJ   POSITIVE  INSTITUTIONS,    AND    LECTURER 

ON   MODERN    HISTORY. 

GILES  W.  SHURTLEFF,  A.  M., 

PROFESSOR    OF   THE   LATIN   LANGU.\GE   AND   LITERATURE. 

FENELON  B.  RICE,  D.  M., 

PROFESSOR   OF    MUSIC. 

ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT,  A.  M.,  Ph.  B., 

PROFESSOR   OF    GEOLOGY   AND   NATURAL  HISTORY. 

JAMES  K.  NEWTON,  A.  M., 

PROFESSOR   OF   THE   GERMAN   AND    FRENCH   LANGU.YGES  AND   LITERATURES. 
FREDRIKA    BREMER    HULL   PROFESSORSHIP. 

GEORGE  H.  WHITE,  A.  M., 

PRINCIPAL   OK   THE   PREPARATORY   DEPARTMENT,    AND   PROFESSOR    OF 
ANCIENT   LANGUAGES. 

Rev.  WILLIAM  G.  BALLANTINE, 

PKOIESSOR    OF   OLD   TESTAME.NT    LANGUAGE   AND    LITERATURE. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


Rev.  SAMUEL  H.  LEE, 

PROFESSOR   OF   POLITICAL   ECONOMY,    AND   FINANCIAL   SECRETAR\. 

Rev.  WILLL\M   G.  FROST, 

PROFESSOR    OF   THE   CREEK    L.\NGIAGE   AND    LITERATURE. 

Rev.  G.  FREDERICK  WRIGHT, 

PROFESSOR   OF   NEW  TESTAMENT   LANGUAGE  AND   LITERATURE. 


Rev.  ALBERT  H.  CURRIER, 

PROFESSOR   OF  SACRED    RHETORIC   AND    PASTORAL  THEOLOGY. 
HOLBROOK   PROFESSORSHIP. 


FRANK  F.  JEWETT,  A.  M., 

ACTING    PROFESSOR    OF   CHEMISTRY   AND    MINER.\LOQY. 

Rev.  a.  HASTINGS  ROSS, 

SPECIAL   LECTURER  ON   CHURCH   POLITY. 

ELISHA   GRAY,    A.  M.,  Ph.  D.. 

PROFESSOR   OF   DYNAMIC    ELECTRICITY. 

Rev.  LYMAN  B.  HALL, 

TUTOR   IN    LATI.V. 

HENRY  C.  KING,  A.  B., 

TUTOR   IX   MATHEM.4.TICS. 


JOHN  F.  PECK,  A.  M. 

TUTOR   IN   GREEK. 


CHARLES  B.  MARTIN,  A.  M., 

TE.\CHER    OF    LATIN. 

CHARLES  D.  TENNEY.  A.  B. 

TEACHER   OF   GRAMMAR. 

JOHN  R.  NICHOLS.  A.  B.. 

TE.\CHER    OF   SCIENCE  OF   GOVERNMENT. 

Rev.  WILLIAM  B.  CHAMBERLAIN. 

INSTRUCTOR    IN    VOCAL  MUSIC   AND    ELOCUTION. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


CHARLES  W.  MORRISON, 

INSTRUCTOR    IN   PIANO -FORTE. 

HOWARD  H.  CARTER, 

INSTRUCTOR   IN   PIANO- FORTE. 

EDWARD  B.  PERRY, 

INSTRUCTOR    IN    PIANO-FORTE. 

SAMUEL   H.    BLAKESLEE, 

INSTRUCTOR    IN   SINGING. 

CHARLES  A.  HEYDLER, 

INSTRUCTOR    IN    ORCHESTRAL   INSTRUMENTS. 

URIAH    McKEE, 

INSTRUCTOR    IN    PENMANSHIP. 


Mrs.  a.  A.  F.  JOHNSTON,  A.  M., 

PRINCIPAL   OF   THE   LADIES'    DEPARTMENT,    AND   INSTRUCTOR    IN   HISTORY. 

Miss  M.  M.  WRIGHT,  A.  M., 

ACTING   PRINCIPAL   OF   THE   LADIES'    DEPARTMENT. 

Miss  M.  J.  NETTLETON, 

ASSISTANT   PRINCIPAL    OF   THE   LADIEs'    DEPARTMENT. 

Mrs.  E.  S.  MEAD, 

INSTRUCTOR    IN   ENGLISH   COMPOSITION. 

Miss  F.  F.  RICE,   A.  M., 

TUTOR    IN   LATIN. 

Miss   L.  CELESTIA  WATTLES, 

INSTRUCTOR    IN    PIANO   AND   HARMONY. 

Mrs.  HELEN  M.  RICE, 

INSTRUCTOR    IN   VOCAL   MUSIC. 

Miss  ANNA  M.  WYETT, 

INSTRUCTOR   IN   PAINTING. 


Mrs.  IDA    B.    BLAKESLEE, 

INSTRUCTOR    IN    PIANO-FORTE. 


^ipHrlmiml  ul  WI^Hrlo^^. 


FACULTY, 


JAMES   H.    FAIRCHILD,  Pkesident. 
JOHN    MORGAN.  G.  FREDERICK   WRIGHT. 

JUDSON   SMITH.  ALBERT  H.  CURRIER. 

WILLIAM   G.  BALLANTINE.         WILLIAM   B.  CHAMBERLAIN. 


STUDENTS. 


SENIOR  CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

George  Eugene  Albrecht.  ..Springfield ib  Council  Hall 

Military  Academy,  Berlin,  Germany,  1873. 
MOTIER  AcKLiN  BuLLOCK Metamora,  Mich 47  W.  College  st. 

Olivet  College,  1876. 
JOHX  Henry  Hull Sandusky 22  S.  Prolessor  8t. 

Oberlin  College,  

Luci.\N  EdmondDanks Cleveland 1 1  W.  Lorain  sL 

Henry  Churchill  King Hillsdale,  Mich 28  Council  Hall 

Oberlin  College,  1879. 

James  Henderson  Kyle Urbana,  111 i  Council  Hall 

Oberlin  College,  1878. 

Hor.^ce  Sumner  Lyman Forest  Grove,  Or.. .  .  8  Council  Hall 

Pacific  University,  1878. 

Arthur  Bradley  Peebles..  .  .Mason,  Mich..  ..'....  16  S.'. Professor  st. 

Michigan  Agriculturil  College,  1S77. 

Alford  Brown  Pennim.-vn.  . .  .Woodburn,  111 25  Council  Hall 

Oberlin  College,  1879. 

Charles  DANIEL  Tenney Beverly,   N.J n   Council  Hall 

Dartmouth  College,  1S78. 

10. 

Seniors 


] 
8                                       OBERLIN   COLLEGE. 

MIDDLE  CLASS. 

NAMES. 

RESIDENCES. 

ROOMS. 

John  Sumner  Edmunds 

..Avon 

.  13  Council  Hall 

Oberlin  CoUeg-e,  iSSo. 

Richard  Bartlett  Esten.  . 

.  .S.  Attleboro',  Mass.. 

.15  Council  Hall 

Brown  University,  iS8o. 

Clarence  Ross  Gale 

.  .Jamestown,  N.  Y  .  . 

..28  Council  Hall 

Oberlin  College,   iSSo. 

Morgan  PelagiusJones.  .  .  . 

.  .  Wilkesbarre,  Pa 

.22  Council  Hall 

William  Jones 

.  .Racine,  Wis 

.16  Council  Hall 

Cook  County  Normal  School, 

1876. 

Oramel  William  Lucas.  . .  . 

.  .Canon  City,  Col..  .  . 

.   7  Council  Hall 

Oberlin  Colleg-e,  iSSo. 

John  Richard  Nichols.    .  .  . 

.  .Reading,  N.  Y 

.   8  W.  Lorain  st. 

Oberlin  College,  1879. 

John  Fisher  Peck 

Oberlin  College,  1871;. 

.  .Oberlin 

.  8  W.  Lorain  st. 

Gregory  John  Powell 

.  .Guelpti,  Ont 

.21  Council  Hall 

William  Taylor 

.  .Bangor,  Me 

.20  Council  Hall 

Henry  Erjstest  Thayer.  .  .  . 

Oberlin  College,  1878. 

.    Freedom 

.    I  Council  Hall 

James  Merton  Triffit 

. .  Edinburgh! 

.    12  West  St. 

Middles 

...    ti. 

> 

JUNIOR  CLASS. 

Laurin  Cecil  Anderson.  . . 

.  .Austin,  Tex 

.   6  Council  Hall 

Fisk  University,  1S80. 

Fayette  Gilman  Appleton. 

.  .Victory,  Vt 

.   2  Council  Hall 

Oberlin  College,  

Elmer  Delazon  Bostwick.  . 

.  .Edinburgh 

.27  W.  College  St. 

Oberlin  College,  18S1. 

DwlGHT  Howard  Clapp 

.  .Kirtland 

.27  Council  Hall 

Oberlin  College,  1879. 

Alfred  Ely  Colton 

. .  Hudson,  Mich 

.   9  Council  Hall 

Oberlin  College,  1881. 

John  Doane 

.  .Charlestown,  Mass. 

.26  Council  Hall 

Harvard  College,  1880. 

1 

OBERUX   COLLEGE. 


.NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Fred'k  Clarendon  Emerson.  Union,  Me 12  Council  Hall 

Bates  College,  iSSi. 

Jesse  Downey  Foster Grand  Ridge,  111   ...  17  N.  Main  st. 

Waynesburg:  College,  1874. 

David  Edgar  French Oberlin 18  N.  Professor  st. 

d  Oberlin  College,  18S1. 

Philip  Cady  Hayden Hempstead,  N.  Y.  .  .  .  5  Council  Hall 

Oberlin  College, 

Charles  Craig  Levan Shelby  ville,  Mo lo  Council  Hall 

Oberlin  College,  iSSi. 

Robert  Scott  Lindsay Montrose,  Scotland.  .   4  Council  Hall 

Oberlin  College,  18S1. 

Charles  Augustus  Mack.  .  .  .Gilead,  Conn 32  S.  Professor  st. 

Oberlin  College.  

Daniel  Magnus Red  Wing,  Minn.. . .  19  Council  Hall 

Oberlin  College,  iSSi. 

George  Washington  MooRE.. Nashville,  Tenn.   ...17  Council  Hall 

Fisk  University,  iSSi. 

Benjamin  Forsyth  Ousley.  .  .Bolivar,  Miss 23  Council  Hall 

Fisk  University,  iSSi. 

Charles  Henry  Scott Waterbury,  Conn. .  .24  Council  Hall 

Hobart  College, • 

Archibald  Eugene  Thomson .  Medina 14  W.  Lorain  st. 

Oberlin  College,  iSSi. 


AcKREL  Edgar  White Winsor,  Va 3  Council  Hall 

Hampton  Institute,  1S76. 

Juniors '9' 


^Bptrlmtnl  txl  yi^t\mtji^\\^  nnh  ll^a  jlrk. 


Classical  Course. 


FACULTY. 


JAMES   H.    FAIRCHII.D,  President. 

JOHN    M.  ELLIS.  JAMES   K.  NEWTON. 

CHARLES   H.  CHURCHILL.  SAMUEL    H.  LEE. 

JUDSON   SMITH.  WILLIAM  G.  FROST. 

GILES  W.  SHURTLEFF.  FRANK   F.  JEWETT. 

ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT.  ELISHA   GRAY. 

Mrs.  E.  S.  MEAD. 


STUDENTS. 


SENIOR  CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESlDENCliS.  ROOMS. 

Almix  Fr.\nklin  Bartlett.  .Stamford,  N.  Y 14  S.  Pi-ofessor  st. 

Newton  WHixjvfARSH  Bates. ..East  Cleveland 4  N.  Professor  st. 

Dan  Freeman  Bradley Bangkok,  Siam 18  W.  College  st. 

Arthur  William    Burt Oberlin 4  N.  Professor  st. 

Charles  Henry  Clague Dover 35)^  N.  Mainst. 

William  Hamilton  Cowles.  .Topeka,  Kan 69  N.  Main  st. 

Paul  Drennan  Cravath Nashville,  Tenn 12  N.  Professor  st. 

Charles  Henry  Dye Fort  Madison,  Iowa.  20  N.  Main  st. 

Noel  Gale Faribault,  Minn 36  W.  Lorain  st. 

Frank  Howe  Hill Elyria 13  E.  Lorain  st. 

Homer  Milton  Hill Senecaville 4  N.  Professor  st. 

Oliver  Earle  Hotchkiss.  ..  .South  Kirtland 36  W.  College  st. 

John  Chas.  Fremont  Jackson. Oberlin 75  N.  Main  st. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  n 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  KOOMS. 

Charles  Albert  Judsox Berlin  Heights 13  E.  Lorain  st. 

Elmer  Wales  Matter Rrodhead,  Wis 18   W.  College    st. 

Alfred  McCaskey. Eldorado,  Kan 6  E.  Lorain  st. 

Jamin  Seth  Morse Brownhelm 14^^  W.  College  st. 

Lewis  Humphrey  Pounds.  . .  .Oberlin 26  E.  College  st. 

Francis  Marion  Price Cottonwood  Falls,  Ks.  5  Spring  st.         • 

George  Hartley  Reid Monaghan,  Ireland.  .32  Tappan  Hall 

Lewis  Rogers  Scott Wakeman 12  W.  Lorain  st. 

Arthur  Leon  Shumway.  .  .    .Cleveland 52  Tappan  Hall 

Norman  Porter  Willaru Plainview,  Minn....   6  College  Place 

Alfred  Augustus  Wood West  Bend,  Wis.  .  .  .45  E.  College  st. 

George  Zimmerman Frederick,  Md 17  Forest  st. 

Sina  Emilia  Burt Akron 10  Elm  st. 

Alice  Minerva  Cowles Topeka,  Kan 69  N.  Main  st. 

Eva  Lucinda  Emery Prophetstovvn,  111..  . .  11  E.  Lorain  st. 

JosEPHiNK  Laura  Fish Berlin  Heights Ladies'  Hall 

Mary  Hubbell .  Mt.  Vernon 34  E.  College  st. 

Lucy  Adelaide  Hutchings.  ..Oberlin 7  Morgan  st. 

Josephine  Frances  Krogman. Boston,  Mass Ladies'  Hall 

Minnie  Eliza  Maltby Oberlin 48  W.  College  st. 

Lizzie  Emma  Peck Michigan  City,  Ind..74  E.  College  st. 

Abbie-Krum  Tuttle.. West  Andover Ladies'  Hall 

Florence  Helen  Tyler Warren Ladies'  Hall 

Seoiors  36- 


JUNIOR  CLASS. 

Frank  George  Alger Manchester,  N.  H. .  .24  N.  Professor  st. 

Frederick  Pomeroy  Bemis.  .  .Davenport,  Iowa 47  W.  College  st. 

Angelo  Randolph  Bonxey..  .Bronson,  Mich 48  S.  Main  st. 

Herbert  Wendell  Boyd Amesbury,  Mass.    .  .36  N.  Main  st. 

WiLLARD  Parsons  Boyd Amesbury,  Mass 36  N.  Main  st. 

Charles  DeWolfe  Brower.  .Bloomfield,  N.  J 36  N.  Main  st. 

Dalzell  Adelbert  Bunker.  .Colebrook 48  S.  Main  st. 

Henry  Northrup  Castle Honolulu,  II.  1 34  W.  College  st. 

James  William  Dow Cortland 6  W.  Lorain  st. 


12                                      OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 

NAMES. 

Lafayette  Asael  Edwards. 

Stephen  Sew  all  Estey 

James  Thome  Fairchild 

Claudius  Buchanan  French. 

James  Henry  Garnett 

Charles  Dudley  Green 

Charles  Willard  Hayes..  .  . 

Alfred  Henry'  Howard 

John  Leadingham,  Jr 

Benjamin  Oliver  McMichael 

George  Herbert  Mead 

Joseph  Cephas  Mebane 

WiLMOT  Vernon  Metcalf.  .  . 
Charles  Walter  Purple.  .  . 

George  Ramsay 

David  Small  Shellabarger. 

Edwin  Samuel  Slater 

Alexander  Ormiston  Spenci 
Clarence  Franklin  Swift.  . 

James  Allen  Thome 

Merton  Edmond  Thompson  .  . 
Alonzo  Dock  Woodworth.  .  . 

Kate  Cordelia  Ford 

Addie  Belle  Hawes 

RESIDENCES. 

Oberlin 

.Calais,  Me 

.Oberlin 

ROOMS. 

.53  E.  Lorain  st. 
.20  N.  Main  st. 
.  8  S.  Professor  st. 
.iS  N.  Professor  st. 
.34  Tappan  Hall 
36  N.  Main  st. 
.36  N.Main  st. 
.   6  S.  Professor  st. 
.35  Tappan  Hall 
.34  W.  College  St. 
.  6  College  Place 
.39  N.  Main  st. 
.  iS  N.  Professor  st. 
.36  N.  Main  st. 
.36  N.  Main  st. 
.31  E.  Lorain  st. 
.20  N.  Main  st. 
.  4  E   Lorain  st. 
.Mr.  Swift's 
.21  Tappan  Hall 
.29  Elm  St. 
.38  S.  Main  st. 

.15  W.  Lorain  st. 
..Ladies'  Hall 
.Ladies'  Hall 
.Ladies'  Hall 
.20  W.  College  st. 
.iS  Forest  st. 

....37. 

.Oberlin 

.Milledgeville,  Ga.^. 

.Maiden,  111 

.Hanover 

.Chateaugay,  N.  Y.. 
.Hammond,  N.  Y.. . 

.Ashley 

.  Oberlin 

Mebanesville,  N.  C. 
.Elvria 

.Oberlin 

.Orillia,  Ont 

.Urbana 

.Aurelia,  Iowa 

:.East  Cleveland 

.Oberlin 

.Tremont,  111 

.Oberlin 

.Irwin 

.Cleveland 

.Litchfield  Cor.,  Me. 

.Mendota,  111 

.Crete,  Neb 

YSandusky 

.Oberlin 

Myra  Jane  Howes 

Florence  Nightingale  Jones 
Janet  Huntington  McKelve- 
Mary  Lucinda  Regal 

Juniors 

1 

O BERLIN  COLLEGE.  13 


SOPHOMORE  CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  KOO.VIS. 

Harry   Ainsworth Molina,  111 4.  E.  Lorain  st. 

Samuel  Pettit  Alexander  ..  .Point  Marblehead. .  .20  N.  Main  st. 

Frank  Seldon  Buckley Manistee,  Mich 36  N.  Main  st. 

Edward  Benjamin  Burwell.  .Mercer,  Pa i  West  st. 

Clarence  Henry  Carson.  .  .  .Woodburn,  111 34  N.  Professor  st. 

Cyrus  Alonzo  Clark Union,  111 31  E.  College  st. 

Or viLLE  Lee  Cook Lexington 7  French  Hall 

Leonidas  Howard  Davis Kokomo,  Ind 4  E.  Lorain  st. 

Leeman  Canfield  Denton.  .  .Wakeman 7  Forest  st. 

Frank  Calvin  Freeman Amherst 72  S.  Main  st. 

Charles  Martin  Hall Oberlin 34  E.  College  st. 

Luther  Donnell  Hamilton.. Clarksburgh,  Ind.. .  .  6  W.  Lorain  st. 

Sidney  Marsh  Haskell North  Bloomfield.. .  .   1  N.  Main  st. 

Barnabas  Clifford  HAWoRTH.Rockville,  Ind 3  Elm  st. 

Melville  Elisha  Hedding.  .  .Port  Henry,  N.  Y:  ..23  N.  Professor  st. 

Edward  L.  Hotchkiss South  Kirtland i  West  st. 

Erne-st  Howard Adrian,  Mich 7  French  Hall 

Harry  Lincoln  Jackson Ft.  A.  Lincoln,  D.  T.  6  College  Place 

Gerald  Stanley  Lee Oberlin 51  E.  College  st. 

James  Eli  McConnell Rock  Island,  111 College  Chapel 

John  Jay  McKelvey Sandusky 18  W.  College  st. 

Clark  Henry  Nye.  . : Concord 7  Forest  st. 

James  Putnam  O'Brien Noel,  N.  S 6  E.  Lorain  st. 

Solon  Pierce  Powell Findlay College  Chapel 

Leland  Dee  Rathbone New  Lyme 33  Tappan  Hall 

AzARiAH  Smith  Root East  Douglass,  Mass.  15  Forest  st. 

Oliver  Perry  Scovell,  Jr..  .  .Lewiston,  N.  Y 18  W.  College  st. 

Charles  Henry  Solier Stryker 20  N.  Mainst. 

WiLLARD  Frank  Smith Geneva,  111 16  S.  Professor  st. 

William  Lincoln  Spoor Dowagiac,  Mich 25  S.  Professor  st. 

TuLLY  McCrea  Talbot Westville 8  Forest  st. 

John  James  Trible Rochester,  Vt 46  N.  Professor  st. 

Frank  Louis  VanCleef Wellington 10  Elm  st. 

Clarence  Augustus  Vincent. Chagrin  Falls i  West  st. 

George  Burnside  Waldron.  .Owosso,  Mich 35  W.  College  st. 

William  Ira  Well.s Peru,  Mass 51  Tappan  Hall 

Herbert  Franklin  Wilbor.  .Oberlin 50  W.  College  st. 


14                                      OBERLIN   COLLEGE. 

NAMES. 

RESIDENCES. 

ROOMS. 

William  H.  Wilson 

.Augusta,  Me. .  . 

....28  N.  Pleasant  st. 

Alfred  Eugene  Woodruff. 

.Franklinville,  N. 

Y..36  N.  Main  st. 

Mary  Lovina  Atwood 

.Waupun,  Wis.  .  . 

...   8  Elm  St. 

Effie  Chapman 

.Huntington 

...Ladies'  Hall 

Mary  Eliza  Church 

.New  York  City. 

.  .  .  .   9  E.  Lorain  st. 

.    .  .25  N.  Main  st. 

Annie  Julia  Cooper 

.Raleigh,  N.  C.  . 

Ida  Alexander  Gibb.s 

Oberlin 

.  .    .  70  E.  College  st. 

Cora  Emma  Gannett 

.Wellington 

.  .  .15  W.  Lorain  st. 

Stella  Belle  Hadden 

.Sandusky 

.  .  .Ladies'  Hall 

Janie  Fitch  Hayford 

.Oberlin 

.Oberlin 

.  .  .13  Forest  st. 
.  .  .  .25  S.  Professor  st. 

Lucy  Althea  Langdon 

Anna  Mayo  Metcalf 

.Elyria 

Ladies'  Hall 

Sarah  Luella  Miner 

.Tougaloo,  Miss. . 

34  E.  College  st. 

Alma  Sprague 

.  .Wellington 

.  .  .  .52  W.  College  St. 

Della  May  Thomas 

.  Rav'enna 

.  .  .    s2  W.  Colleffest. 

Etta  Leona  Thomas 

.Ravenna 

52  W.  College  St. 

Alice  Younglove 

.Rochester,  Minn. 

.  .  .Ladies'  Hall 

Sophomores 

54- 

FRESHMAN  CLASS. 

John  Batchelder  Abell.  . . . 

.  .  Andover,  Mass. 

36  N.  Main  st. 

Frederic  Anderegg 

.  .Ragersville   . . . . 

.  .  .  .60  Tappan  Hall 

John  Ashley  Appleton 

..Victory,  Vt 

First  Church 

Charles  Ernest  Baxter.  .  .  . 

. . . Bryan 

.    .  .9^  E.  Lorain  st. 

Orion  Sumner  Belden 

.  .Whiting,  Kan  . . 

....  1 2  E.  Lorain   st. 

Rodney  Durell  Bemiss.  . . . 

.  ..Oberlin 

...  .13  W.  Lorain  st. 

Edward  Ladd  Benedict 

.  .Wellington 

.  .  . .  16  S.  Professor  St. 

Edward  Breck 

. .  Boston,  Mass   . 

15  Elm  St. 

Harry  Clyde  Brooks 

Stephen  Burton 

..Oberlin 

60  N.  Main  st. 

.  .Sycamore,  111. . . 

....   5  Elm  St. 

William  Marvin  Cake 

.  .Fostoria 

....   7  Forest  st. 

Henry  Bardwell  Chapman. 

. .  Euclid 

. .     7  Forest  st. 

Ephraim  Bechtel  Clemmer. 

...Clayton,  Pa 

.  .  ..36  N.  Main  st. 

George  Henry  Cobb 

Robert  Omar  Codding 

.Oberlin 

.  .  .  .   9^  E.  Lorain  st. 

.  .Bucyrus 

.  .  .  .36  N.  Main  st. 

■  1 

OBERLIN  COLLEGE,.  15 


XAMi^.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

JoHX  Whitney  Connor   Henniker,  N.  H Society  Hall 

Charles  Newton  Dubs Cleveland 25  W.  Lorain  st. 

Efner  Abraham  Farrington.  .Cherry  Creek,  N.  Y.54  Tappan  Hall 

Marston  Stanley  Freeman.  .  .  .\mherst 72  S.  Main  st.. 

Leroy  Dalton  Gilbert Johnsville 47  N.  Professor  st. 

WiNFiELD  Pierce  Hatch Oberlin Ladies'  FL-iU 

Charles  Allen  Hodges Austinburg 47  N.  Professor  st. 

John  Leonard  Hoffman Newton  Falls 14  W.  College  st. 

Worthen  Hood Denver,  Col 40  Tappan  Hall 

Homer  Hosea  Johnson New  London 7  Forest  st. 

Thomas  Jones Richville,  N.  Y 61  E.  College  st. 

Amos  Morrell  Kent Genoa 23  N.  Professor  st. 

Francis  Mills  Koons Sulphur  Springs 23  W.  College  st. 

Allen  Martin  Lambright.  .  .  .Uhrichsville 12  N.  Professor  st. 

Dvvight  Spencer  Mason Vernon  Center,  N.  Y.  3  Andrews  st. 

George  Lyman  Maxfield Nelson 21  W.  College  st. 

John  Milton  Putnam  METCALF.Elyria 2  S.  Professor  st. 

Walter  Thomas  Mills Addison,  N.  Y: 18  W.  Lorain  si. 

Gerdon  Wallace  Noble La  Grange 12  E.  Lorain  st. 

Harry  Nyce    Kingston,  Ind 6  W.  Lorain  st. 

Solomon  John.sox  Payne Nelson Society  Hall 

SoLLis  Runnels Indianapolis,  Ind..  .  .60  W.  College  st. 

Philo  Perry  Safford Ashtabula i8  W.  College  st. 

John  Long  Severance Cleveland 20  S.  Professor  si. 

Jonathan  Green  Smith Oberlin 38  E.  Lorain  st. 

George  Soule Hampton,  Conn 9  College  Place 

Sherrod    Soule Hampton,  Conn 9  College  Place 

Alpheus  Melanct'n  Spangler  Edgerton 7  N.  Professor  st. 

Edwin  Luther  Str.vtton Maryville,  Mo 3  Elm  st. 

James  Sullivan Victory  Mills,  N.  Y.49  N.  Main  st. 

William  Lawrence  Tenney.  .  Beverly,  N.  J 10  S.  Professorst. 

Oliver    Sheldon  Wells St.  Joseph,  Mo 82  E.  College  st. 

Robert  Clarence  Wilson Slippery  Rock,  Pa. .  .60  W.  College  st. 

William  Warren  Woodruff.. Newton,  Pa 19  S.  Professor  st. 

Koto  Yamanaka Karastu,  Japan 19  Tappan  Hall 

Olive  Anna  Atwood Mt.  Vernon Ladies'  Hall 

Lettie  Bennett Wellington 52  W.  College  st. 

Clara  Louise  Butler Griggsville,  111 34   E.  College  st. 


1 6  O BERLIN  COLLEGE. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES.  ROOMS. 

Martha  Farrington Shelby Ladies'  Hall 

Cora  Edwina  Gibbs Austinburg 42  N.  Main  st. 

Isabel  Henry Oberlin Mr.  Henry's 

Laura  Charlotte  Herrick  ..  .Rocktbrd,  111 9^  E.  Lorain  st. 

Amelia  Thorp  Martin Oberlin 69  E.  College  st. 

Mary  Clark  Mattocks Toledo 20  W.  College  st. 

Martha  Ellwood  McLennan. Salineville  Ladies'  Hall 

Mary  Wooster  Mills Addison,  N.  Y 18  W.  Lorain  st. 

Frances  Amelia  Reynolds.  .  .  .  Alburgh  Sp'gs,  Vt.  .18  W.  Lorain  st. 

Dorrie  Stahl Berlin  Heights 66  N.  Professor  st. 

Nettie  Whitcomb Morrison,  111 Ladies'  Hall 

Mary  Upp .Sandusky Ladies'  Hall 

Freshmen 65. 


Literary  Course. 


FACULTY. 


JAMES   H.  FAIRCHILD,  President. 


JOHN   M.  ELLIS. 
CHARLES   H.  CHURCHILL. 
JUDSON   SMITH. 
GILES  W.  SHURTLEFF. 
ALBERT  A.  WRIGHT. 
JAMES   K.  NEWTON. 
GEOR(iE   H.  WHITE. 


FRANK  F.  JEWETT. 

SAMUEL  H.  LEE. 

LYMAN    B.  HALL. 

HEXRV  C.  KJNG. 

Mrs.  A.  A.  F.  JOHNSTON. 

Mrs.  E.  S.  MEAD. 

Miss  M.  M.  WRIGHl. 


Miss  F.  F.  RICE. 


STUDENTS. 


FOURTH    YEAR. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Mary  Alice  Beach .     Ruggles 

Gertrude  Cassell Mt.  Vernon 

Louie  Abra  Childs Sandusky 

Alice  Welch  Cowles Cleveland 

Hattie  Curtis Vermontville,  Mich. 

Agnes  Celissa  Goss Oberlin 

Lizzie  Sarah  Gurney Chagrin  Falls 

Hattie  Adella  Hitchcock.  .  . Norlli  East,  Fa. 

Mary  Lena  LaMoure .Oberlin 


Emma  I^ouise  Palmer. 


.  F  OS  tori  a 


Mary  Evelyn  Percival Portvilie,  N.  Y. 

Sarah  Elizabeth  Reed - .Monticcllo,  111. 

Sophie  Adelphia  Smith .Middletield,  Mass. 

Emma  Hannah  Stoll Home-^tead,  Mich. 


Flora  Diantha  Taylor. 


Claridon 


i8 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES. 

Margaret  Diantha  Wells. 
Ella  Wilson 


Harlan  Fessenden  Burket. 


RESIDENCES. 

Claridon 

.Louisville,  Ky. 

......  Findlay 


Fourth  Year 18. 


THIRD  YEAR. 


Julia  Moriah  Bacon 

Olivia  Lee  Barnes 

Sarah  Cushman  Bateham 

Orielle  Elizabeth  Burgner 

Celia  Owen  Clemans 

Mary  Flagler  Cowles 

Alice  May  Gardner 

Helen  Louise  Grimes , 

Sarah  Emily  Hall 

LiLLiE  Bell  Haynes , 

Addie  Wells  Hill 

Lillian  Hudson 

Edna  Jane  Mason 

Sarah  Margaret  McConnell 

ESTELLA  MeTCALF 

Nannie  Keith  Miller   ; 

Anna  Eliza  Nettleton 

Carrie  Matild.\  Pelton 

Mary  Cowles  Penfii.ld 

Florence  Adelaide  Post 

Mary  Cl.\y  Seybold.  . 

E.STELLE  ShARPE  . 

Ida  Lucina  Stroup 

Edna  Thompson 

Hattie  Celestine  William^ .  . 

Anna  D.  Wylie •. 


Oberlin 

Chicago,  111. 

Painesville 

Fremont 

North  Dover 

Cleveland 

Fulton,  N.  Y. 

Mansfield 

.Homestead,  Mich. 

Poland 

.  .  .  .Qulncy,  Mich. 

. . .  .Ligonier,  Ind. 

Oberlin 

.  .Rock  Island,  111. 

Sidney 

.  .  .Yellow  Springs 

Oberlin 

, Oberlin 

Oberlin 

Belleville 

.  .Greencastle,  Ind. 

Fremont 

Wellington 

Urbana 

Oberlin 

Martin,  Mich. 


Arthur  G.  Morse Oberlin 


Third  Year. 


.27. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  19 


SECOND    YEAR. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Helen  Evangeline  Angell Pittsfield,  Mass. 

Anna  Bell  Bonar Mt.  Vernon 

Charlotte  Elizabeth  Burton Sycamore,  111. 

Flora  Annie  Calkins   Daysvllle,  N.  J. 

Nellie  Fay  Canon Muscatine,  Iowa 

Sarah  Fenn  Clark Medina 

Carrie  Elizabeth  Day Sheffield 

Frances  Hazleton  Ensign Madison 

J I  LI  A  Elizabeth  Gage Cleveland 

Margaret  Helen  Giddings Obcrlin 

Cornelia  Maria  Harmon W'arrc-n 

Anna  Louisa  Harwood OI)erlin 

Mary  Louise  Gardner Chagrin  Falls 

Edith  Phillips  Johnson Homer,  La. 

Sarah  Lavina  Greer Willoughby 

Jessie  Fremont  Lee G.'irrettsvillc 

Emma  Jane  Lewis West  Mill  Creek,  Pa. 

Frank  E.  Loveland Wellington 

May  Shaw  Lyon Wauseon 

Marie  Ursula  Mathis .   Vorktown,  111. 

Mary  Rebecca  M.\tter .  .Brodhead,  Wis. 

Ida  Augusta  McLennan Salineville 

Anna  Belle  McNaughten Laki.'  Linden,  Mich. 

Ada  Maria  Morris Princeton,  111. 

Bettie  Morrison * Kingston 

KiTTiE  E.  Paige Oherlin 

Caroline  May  Parmenter Wrmontville,  Mich. 

Elizabeth  Cornelia  Parsons Niromedia,  Turkey 

Susannah  Rumbaugh Bucyrus 

Kate  I>ucetta  Sakkord Madison 

^mma  Scott Worthington 

Hattie  Elizabeth  Simons Conneaut 

Helen  Smie.s Cleveland 

Rena  Olive  Sorter Oherlin 

LiLLiE  E.STELLE  Starr Litcliheld 

Mary  Elizabeth  Templeton Cleveland 

Fannie  Eliza  Thomson Medina 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE. 


NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Ruth  Maria  Tracy Mansfield 

Eva  Vail Ligonier.  Ind. 

Mary  Ann  Waddell Newcastle-on-Tyne,  England 

H ATTiE  Elizabeth  Warner Medina 

Clara  Mary  Webster Linden ville,  N.  Y. 

Jean  Belle  Wood Oberlin 

Mary  Charlotte  Woodruff A.von  Lake 

Second  Year 44 


FIRST  YEAR. 

Hannah  Axdrus Ashtabula 

Mary  Ella  Bacon Obeiiin 

Jennie  Elizabeth  Baldwin Pittsfield 

LiBBiE  Bassett Rockport 

Addie  S.  Battle.s Mavfield 

Clara  Alma  Bigelow Sandusky 

Lois  Beth  C.\mpbell Oberlin 

C.'VRRIe  Eugenia  Church Middlefield,  Mass. 

H ATTIE  Augusta  Clark Wakenian 

LiLA  Edith  Clark Oberlin 

Josephine  Lucretia  Cody   Cleveland 

Mary  Emma  Conner Oberlin 

Mary  Philena  Cook Champlain,  N.  Y. 

Louisa  Cotes Whitehall,  Mich. 

Mary  Eliza  Denton Wakeman 

Jennie  May  Evans Oberlin 

Jennie  Finney Milwaukee,  Wis. 

Eugenie  Chisholm  Gaillard Charleston,  S.  C. 

Carry  Achilles  Goodale .  .  Wvoming;,  Iowa 

Olivia  Pomeroy  Green Chicago,  111. 

Nellie  Alice  Hall Hudson,  Mich. 

Nettie  Cornelia  Harrison Cornwall  Hollow,  Conn. 

Ada  a.  Harvuot Savannah 

Mary  Bierce  Hill Nevada,  Mo. 

Clara  Jane  Holt Chicago,  111. 


O BERLIN  COLLEGE.  21 


NAMES.  KESIDENCBS. 

Asia  Kramer Pittsburgh,  Penn. 

Sarah  McGixnis Hancock,  Mich. 

Minnie  Mixtox Tontogany 

Grace  Orcutt Jianta  Barbara,  Cal. 

Mary  Charlotte  Otis Hiclcsville 

WiN^NiFRED  Augusta  Platt  Oberlin 

Caroline  Phebe  Post Belleville 

Grace  Eliza  Pritchard Wauseon 

Mary  Lovixa  Raxey Ravmond,  Wis. 

Mary  Ellex  Rowdey Oberlin 

Grace  Safford Madison 

Rose  Sherman East  Norwalk 

Flora  Sillimax North  Fairfield 

Harriet  Putnam  Streeter Oberlin 

Ellex  Ida  Sykes Plymouth 

Elva  Lorena  Todd Wakeman 

Jexxie  Waldo  Tracy Mansfield 

Julia  Amorette  Treat Tallmadge 

Nettie  Walworth South  Bend,  Ind. 

Mary  Augusta  Whitney Oberlin 

Flora  Isabelle  Wolcott Tallmadge 

Ida  May  Woodruff Avon  Lake 

First  Year 47- 


IN  SELECT  STUDIES. 

j  AMES  Edward  Aikixs Wroxeter,  Ont. 

JOSEPH  M.  Baggs Bridgeport 

Samuel  Arthur  Baldwin Oberlm 

Richard  Hoag  Battey Chatfield,  Minn. 

Caics  Adrian  Chapmax Huntington 

LoREX  Prextiss  Chapmax Lake  Breeze 

WiLKiE  Waverly  Chapman '  luntington 

Hor.^ce  Malachi  Cooper Kokomo.  Ind. 

WixTHROP  CuRTiss  WaveHy,  III. 

Gordon  Ezekiel  Henshaw Oborhn 


22  O BERLIN  COLLEGE. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

Orange  Scott  Hopkins Washington  C  H. 

Walter  Bradley  House Saugatuck,  Mich. 

Joseph  Addison  Mead Oberlin 

Frank  Edmund  Moore Chardon 

Arthur  Gibson  Morse j. Oberlin 

Fred  Valerius  Stone Strongsville 

Frank  Patterson  Taylor Geneva 

William  Lamarcus  Thompson Oberlin 

Howard  Eugene  West Oberlin 

Warren  Eli  Wheeler Oberlin 

Emma  Aldrich Weston 

Mabel  Allen Cleveland 

Effie  May  Blair Manchester,  low^a 

Alice  Borland Imlay  City,  Mich. 

Lila  Aminta  Bostvvick Oberlin 

Helen  F.  Boyden   Northfield 

Ida  May  Burwell Mercer,  Pa. 

Agnes  Caldwell Erie,  Pa. 

Laura  Eoline  Clemens Canal  Dover 

Mary  Abbie  Cobb Oberlin 

Jennie  Davidson : Elgin,  III. 

Anna  Julia  Douglass Lancaster 

Mary  Emelie  Dudley Atlantic,  Iowa 

Dora  Ewing Ottawa 

Mary  Amelia  Fairbank C(jncord,  111. 

Mary  Augusta  Ford Cleveland 

Mary  P'rances  Gilchrist Vermillion,  Conn. 

Martha  Wadsworth  Gold West  Cornwall,  Conn. 

Winnifred  Leona  Hackley Belleville,  N.  J. 

Olive  N.  Harrison Granville,  III. 

Alice  Mary  Heald Canton,  111. 

Mary  Elizabeth  Hisey.  . Nashville,  111. 

Fanny  Annette  Hooker Defiance 

Mary  Howard Adrian,  Mich. 

Alice  Miriam  Johnson Fredonia,  N.  Y. 

Visa  Jane  Kendall Minneapolis,  Minn. 

Olive  Rebecca  Mason Rocjc  Island,  111. 

Ella  Gertrude  Nye Buffalo,  N.  Y. 


OBERLIN  COLLEGE.  23 

NAMES.  RKSIDENCEi. 

Cora  May  Ozier Shiloh 

Cornelia  Augusta  Patchen Oberlin 

Eva  C.  Platt Sanduskv 

Beatrice  Roudebush Blooming  Valley,  Pa. 

Adda  Douglas  Sharp Mankato,  Minn. 

Kate  Shurtleff Marengo,  111. 

Carrie  Ellen  Smith Romeo,  Mich. 

Jennie  Mary  Folsom  Smith Maiden,  111. 

Fanny  Ione  Sneath Tiffin 

Clara  Amelia  Sperry Sherman,  N.  Y. 

Julia  Spaulding Oberlin 

Nellie  Frances  Strickland Gilead,  Conn. 

Della  Josephine  Waite Penn  Van,  N.  Y. 

Fannie  L.  Willis Mt.  Vernon 

Select  Studies — 6j. 


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Classical  School 


INSTRUCTORS. 


GEORGE    H.   WHITE,  Principal. 
MRS.  A.  A.  F.  JOHNSTON.  MISS  M.  J.  NETTLETON. 

LYMAN  B.  HALL.  JOHN  F.  PECK. 

HENRY    C.  KING.  MISS  F.  F.  RICE. 

CHARLES  B.  MARTIN,  CHARLES  D.  TENNEY. 

JOHN  R.  NICHOLS. 


STUDENTS. 


SENIOR    CLASS. 

NAMES.  RESIDENCES. 

John  Hanks  Alexander Helena,  Ark. 

Allison  Ellsworth  Augenstein Napoleon,  Ark. 

Edwin  Rice  Baker Toledo 

John  Vernon 'Bowersox Edgerton 

Bayard  Taylor  Buchanan W.  Alexander,  Pa. 

Benjamin  Hardin  Burtt ■  • Utica,  Ind. 

George  Henry  Chamberlain La  Grange 

Alfred  Vance  Churchill Oberlin 

James  Glasswell  Clayton Springfield 

Clyde  Ellsworth  Cotton Freehold,  Pa. 

Carlton  H.  Covell Rock  Creek 

John  Sullivan  Dean Omar 

DoREN  Stephenson  Downing St.  Clairsville 

Benjamin